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Donnikah C.
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Report | 12 days ago
Great value. Great beer. Will def be back.
Rhonda M.
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Report | 14 days ago
Lots of sausage, more than we could eat. The potato pancakes and schnitzel were excellent.
Eric Z.
Verified
Report | 18 days ago
Sausages were good! Service was great! The other items from sides to dessert were mediocre.
Cynthia D.
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Report | 20 days ago
Our waitress was so very helpful - overall delightful experience and wonderful food!
Chris W.
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Report | a month ago
Make sure to take the time to walk around all of the little shops in the village. Had an awesome time & the food was amazing. =)
elvie c.
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Report | a month ago
Food soooo good and so much yummy
Annelise H.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Come hungry and expect a delicious dinner!
Joey P.
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Report | 2 months ago
Come hungry, tons of food!
Glen W.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
This is a hidden treasure!! The staff and food was fantastic!!
Nikki D.
Verified
Report | 4 months ago
Lots of fun!
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A little piece of Germany lies on 8 acres of Huntington Beach. Traditional restaurants and grocery stores line the quaint cobblestone streets, and people decked out in German dress meander through their wooden doors. As the sun rises over rows of dangling shop shingles, the air becomes electrified with the sounds of puffing tubas, sizzling bratwurst, and traditional German toasts. This is Old World Village, a mecca of bakeries, bars, delis, and eateries that have been celebrating German heritage for more than 30 years. Sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel, and spaetzle fill the air with savory aromas in Old World German Restaurant as visitors to the bar raise their glasses to sip on such imported suds as Dunkel, Hofbr?u, and Warsteiner. Meanwhile, the European market lines its colorful shelves with not only German staples but also goodies from Hungary, Czech Republic, and other countries. Though the village is the perfect escape for individuals in need of European merriment, mass festivities are its specialty: weddings, family reunions, and other celebrations benefit from its banquet services, and festivals such as Oktoberfest open German traditions to the public better than a congressional lederhosen mandate.

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