Unlike a stuck elevator, a German beer hall can lift people up and serve as an appropriate venue for endless sing-alongs. Count the bottles on the wall with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of German Dinner
German entrees embrace a variety of seasoned meats, including bavarian pork chops ($17.95), sausage plates of bratwurst and knackwurst ($15.95), and veal wiener schnitzel ($18.95). Sides of spaetzles—housemade pasta dumplings—complement spoonfuls of Hungarian-style beef goulash ($15.75). See the full menu.
Twinkling lights, bottles of imported beer sit, and canary-yellow walls set a jovial scene at JagerHaus. Diners can savor these surroundings before examining a menu of German cuisine laced with influences from Poland, Hungary, and France. Dishes include soft baked pretzels, goulash, rinderrouladen, and veal or pork wiener schnitzel.
From the Press
- "The German influence on Louisiana cooking is unmistakable, but there are surprisingly few authentic German restaurants in town. However, you’ll find the real deal at Jäger Haus." — Gayot
- "We make the spaetzle in house. It's the owner's mother's recipe, and it's really good...Our version is a little bit different than most of the kind you'll find [in Germany] — it's more like nocken or gnocchi, a little bit softer, and it goes really well with the food." — Chef Tomas Lejba speaking to Gambit
Revelry Served by the Stein
With brews such as Hofbräu hefeweizen and lagers from Spaten and Paulaner, the JagerHaus' beer selection appears to be plucked straight from Munich's Oktoberfest. Alternatively, diners can sip from cups of Lavazza coffee, sink forks into german chocolate cake, or cruise the eatery's WiFi for ways to craft lederhosen from leftover corned beef.