Going out to a restaurant with your family is a great way to catch up and an even better way to prove to your parents that you've finally learned to eat without screaming between bites. Reveal the new you with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$40 for a family-style Slovenian dinner for four (an $80 value)
$74 for a family-style Slovenian dinner for eight (a $160 value)
Family-style dinners include:
- Salad, choice of dumplings or mashed potatoes, and steamed vegetables
- A selection of dishes such as wiener schnitzel, pierogi, chicken paprikash, sausage, and roast pork
- Coffee, tea, or soft drinks
$9 for a schnitzel-basket lunch for two (a $19.50 value)
$16 for a schnitzel-basket lunch for four (a $39 value)
Each luncher can order a basket of wiener schnitzel or chicken, tilapia, or Angus beef schnitzel. Dinner groups can add additional diners for $20 per person.
Sterle's Country House
In 1954, Frank Sterle founded a country-house restaurant with a few picnic tables, one waitress, and a small menu from his native country, Slovenia. The eatery’s hand-pounded schnitzel and performances by the likes of “Waltz King” Lou Trebar and “King of Polka” Frankie Yankovic soon drew crowds. Frank was able to expand the restaurant, modeling the addition after an alpine lodge where he lived as a child, and decorate the dining room with wall murals of Slovenian mountains.
In 2012, Rick Semersky launched the Szemersky Bier Garden, an authentic bier garden with picnic tables and green space, tucked behind the restaurant. The menu includes locally made sausages, kabobs and sandwiches cooked to order on the outdoor grill along with specially brewed beers. On Sundays, the garden hosts Bloody Mary Sundays with a wide selection of garnishes and condiments.
Chef Jimmy Gibson heads up a kitchen that is committed to classic Slovenian cuisine, with a twist. Though Friday and Saturday polka nights are untouched, Semersky has switched up the live entertainment on Thursday nights to include contemporary bands. As diners tap their feet to these musical stylings, they can gaze at the roof’s exposed wooden beams, taking notes for the construction of their next gingerbread houses.