This community clubhouse and banquet hall whips up its fair share of German delicacies, long past its Oktoberfest celebrations.. The Scene The restaurant is nestled inside a 15-acre park running alongside the Milwaukee River. Landscaped lawns with lush grass, soccer fields and a few stages surround the park's delicious focal point. Everything from Oktoberfests to sporting events may start in the park, but celebrations often move inside to the Inn's banquet halls or dining rooms.
The Food Old German favorites are always a sure bet. Sauerbraten is a sweet and sour stew of tender beef. Lightly breaded veal cutlets swim in a creamy white wine sauce in the schnitzel. Don't forget the wurst, a platter of wild game sausages made from venison, wild boar and pheasant. Everything's served with spaetzle, Germany's favorite noodle side dish. A number of steak, chicken and seafood dishes fill out the menu with a continental flare.