Like guitar solos and incriminating legal papers, cabbage is best when shredded. Stab some sauerkraut with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $24 worth of dinner for two or more
- $24 for $50 worth of dinner for four or more
The dinner menu begins with homemade spaetzle, pan-fried with bacon and onions ($8), and giant soft pretzels served with munchener mustard ($3.50). Traditional slow-roasted pork loin bakes with beer in a brown gravy ($16), and tender wiener schnitzel is served with lemon and sides such as sauerkraut, fresh potatoes, fresh spinach with garlic, red cabbage or noodles with gravy. After dinner, slide forks into slabs of German chocolate cake ($6) or German-style apple strudel crowned with vanilla ice cream ($6).
Cypress Nook Restaurant
For more than three decades, Cypress Nook Restaurant's owners Isle Wenttengel and Michael Gerike haven't changed much. Adhering to old-world traditions with a menu of rustic Bavarian cuisine, they still maintain their restaurant inside an old stucco house, exemplifying the kind of cozy familiarity apparent everywhere, from lacey curtains to plates of frankfurters. During evenings, the dinner menu catalogs handcrafted spaetzle, knockwurst with German potato salad and kraut, and slices of homemade key lime pie.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Friendly service, cozy envoronment, good food at good prices.”
“Great German food and beer and reasonable prices. We will go back very soon.”
“We were delighted with the freshness and flavor of the food, which is obviously homemade. The dishes were all delicious, from the goulash soup and the spatzle with 3...”
“We were delighted with the freshness and flavor of the food, which is obviously homemade. The dishes were all delicious, from the goulash soup and the spatzle with 3 cheeses and bacon to the melt-in-your-mouth sauerbraten and homemade red kraut to the warm, delicate and delicious apple strudel. I will definitely come back here!”