Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Waldhorn Restaurant in Pineville

Want to take a trip to Germany without leaving the Charlotte area?  Take a short ride to the Waldhorn.  We have enjoyed their Sunday brunch, their mammoth beers, and fun atmosphere.  This is a family run business modelled after her family's restaurant in Germany.  The menu hits the common German fare with a little American on there for everyone not willing to try schnitzels and kraut.  By the way, the purple sauerkraut is magnificent.  If you go for brunch buffet, you shouldn't eat for days before or after.  You can not humanly try everything there and live to tell about it.  The dessert bar alone could take you out, let alone the carving station, variety of hot and cold entrees, salads and tasty tidbits. 

It is just a few blocks from the Pineville mall, so finding it is a snap.  Don't miss a great chance to add some culture to your dining.

There was an article from the local new posted this morning, so I have attached for your reading:


Local German restaurant voted among best in America
By Meghan Danahey
NewsChannel 36
Posted: Wednesday, Sep. 15, 2010

You don't have to cross the Atlantic to have some of the best food Germany has to offer.
Voters at GermanDeli.com have picked Waldhorn Restaurant in Pineville among the top 10 best German food restaurants in the country, for the second year in a row. Nearby Olde German Schnitzel Haus in Hickory tops the 2010 list.
Thomas and Gitta Maier opened their doors in Pineville in 1999. Both come from a long line of culinary talents. Gitta's parents have a restaurant near Stuttgart. It shares the same name.
Waldhorn Restaurant kicks off Oktoberfest celebrations on Friday. For the next four weekends, you will find live music and dancing, in addition to award-winning traditional German dishes. All of it washed down with a variety of German brews.
The original Oktoberfest was held in Munich on October 18, 1810, to celebrate the royal marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. The world famous 16-day festival begins in Munich on Saturday.

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