What You'll Get
$20 for $40 Worth of Steak, Salads, and Appetizers
The menu features specialties that include jaeger schnitzel ($18) and beef bourguignon ($12), Italian entrees such as veal or chicken picatta ($17) and eggplant parmesan ($15), and seafood dishes such as shrimp pisano, as well as appetizers that include calamari ($8) and crab stuffed mushroom ($8). The restaurant is open Wednesdays through Saturdays.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Open Wednesday - Saturday. Not valid for Mother's or Father's Day. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Old Alsatian Steakhouse and Ristorante
In 1853, two founders of the colony that would come to be known as Castroville built a classic Sunday Haus near the center of the new settlement. A century and a half later, that structure stands as one of the oldest in the city, and the restaurant that now calls it home doesn't take that fact lightly. The Old Alsatian Steakhouse and Ristorante retains its historic air, seating diners in one of two main dining rooms lined with old-world art and antiques, while displaying many of the building's original structural elements. Here, they serve a menu that nods to tradition, anchored by a hearty lineup of hand-cut steaks and European dishes. The selection ranges from 6-oz. cuts of sirloin and 7-oz. filet mignon to 16-oz. rib eyes, which can be eaten onsite or brought home. Cooks round out meals with plates of alsatian sausage and bratwurst, served with mustard and pickles, as well as fried calamari, jumbo shrimp, schnitzels, and more.
With the historic nature of the grounds, it's not surprising that a recent archaeological dig revealed a bounty of artifacts dating back to the Civil War. Ginger beer bottles, leather holsters, saber belt-buckles—these and a trove of other 150-year-old finds line the shelves of the restaurant's former smokehouse, which now acts as the onsite museum. Both everyday diners and attendees of special events—the space also features a grape arbor, a patio, a spacious lawn, a beer garden, and a full event center—can peruse these unique finds to learn the history of not only the restaurant itself, but a great deal of Castroville as well.