Historic. For more than 150 years, this roadside inn has been at times a hotel, music venue and in recent years a homey German restaurant. Friendly staff serve up Middle European staples like goulash, potato pancakes, kielbasa, sauerbraten and schnitzel. A beer selection that includes U.S. craft brews accompanies a wide range on tap from Germany. Traditional music is featured on weekends and a seasonal beer garden is popular during the warmer months. The original mahogany bar was commissioned and built by European craftsmen in 1890 and is still a centerpiece today.