So how has Der Braumeister survived where so many other traditional German restaurants have perished? Try their food and you’ll realize the answer goes beyond atmosphere. It is traditional German fare at its finest, with the occassional signature twist that makes it distinctly Der Braumeister’s. Ever had a Black Forest Parfait or a Potato Pancake Reuben? Probably not, but you should!
- Sauerkraut Balls
- Hungarian Goulash Over Spaetzel
- Potato Pancake Reuben
- Landjager Platter (Smoked Sausage & Cheese)
- Sausage Platter: Knackwurst & Bratwurst, German Potato &Sauerkraut
- Chicken Paprikash over Spaetzel
- Black Forest Ice Cream Cone
- Bavarain Cream Ice Cream Cone
Seven Roses of Cleveland
Located in the heart of Slavic Village on Fleet Street, Seven Roses (Siedem Róź) is a bright light in an area long known for fine ethnic cuisine. Fortunately, this Polish delicatessen is not only surviving, but flourishing, thanks in large part to a combination of exceptional food and a wonderful atmosphere. The building is classic Cleveland–a stunning interior, high molded ceilings, 15′ library shelves with sliding ladders, etc. And like many such architectural gems, were it not in Slavic Village, it could have been left to decay and blight. Fortunately, Seven Roses took over the building, polished the place up, packed the shelves with ethnic goods and spices, set up a deli overflowing with exotic meats and delicacies, created a cozy seating area, and suddenly you’re worried about lines at lunchtime. It just goes to show that exceptional results come from delivering exceptional products. And we couldn’t be more thrilled to have Seven Roses share those products with us Labor Day Weekend!
- Potato Pancakes
- Stuffed Cabbage
Balaton of Shaker Square
Voted the top Hungarian restaurant in the greater Cleveland area by Scene Magazine, Balaton is most famous for its superb Wiener and Chicken Schnitzels. Other fine offerings include: Stuffed Cabbages, Langos, Goulashes, and the Hungarian Lecso (a yellow paprika and tomato based summer stew), and of course Chicken Paprikash.