- $35 for a German prix fixe meal for two ($70.85 value)
The menu includes:
- Two main dishes (up to $19.95 each)
- One shared dessert (up to $8.95 value)
- One bottle of wine Pinot Noir (red) or Pinot Grigio (white) (up to $22 value) OR 1 small glass of beer per person
Can be used for lunch or dinner. Lunch has slightly smaller portions. Not valid for Sunday brunch.
Jeanette's Edelweiss is a welcoming German eatery—so welcoming, in fact, that even its oversize pretzel is adorned with a ribbon that reads "Wilkommen!" Equally inviting? The rest of the menu, which features Bavarian comfort foods ranging from fried potato pancakes with applesauce to classic weinerschnitzel. And, of course, there are plenty of German beers on tap to wash the hearty fare down.
The homey feel is no accident. Jeanette Milio, who owns the restaurant with her husband Jim, was born and raised in Germany. She first opened the restaurant to fulfill her own cravings for the type of food she ate in her youth. But despite the down-to-earth atmosphere, don't be surprised if you spot a camera or two: Jeanette and Jim have thriving careers as Hollywood producers, and their dual lives as restauranteurs has even inspired a reality TV show.