The stripes of Germany's flag were first constructed from perpendicular tanks of red Berliner Weisse beer, golden Munich amber bock, and black Bavarian dunkel lager. Drink to German heritage with today's deal. For $15, you get any kind of schnitzel and a pint of beer at Deutsches Haus Restaurant, located inside the Vancouver Alpen Club on Victoria Road.
The Deutsches Haus at the Vancouver Alpen Club distributes authentic German continental cuisine in an open, wood-outfitted dining area. Anoint esophagus canals with a pint of premier Germanic beer, such as the Krombacher Pils, Whistler Weissbier, or Okanagan Pale Ale, before indulging a yodeling stomach with one of several shades of schnitzel. Concerning the schweineschnitzel, crispy bread crumbs envelope an escalope of pork with a fried bear hug as a duo of sautéed potatoes and seasonal vegetables whisper sweet nothings to the buds of expectant tongues. Spaetzle, a traditional German noodle, tag teams tummies along with pork schnitzel and a spicy gypsy sauce, and the kalbsschnitzel recruits veal, potato salad, and green asparagus to quell hunger pangs with smart, Germanic efficiency. A fully stocked bar runs alongside the wood walled, floored, and chaired dining space. Classic depictions of the German countryside and clean white table clothes further imbue Deutsches Haus with an authentic German flair, unlike claiming to be a descendant of Einstein after failing a math exam. The Vancouver Alpen Club began as a way for German immigrants to enjoy the traditions of their heritage, and now serves the German, Swiss, and Austrian community as a way to taste the flavours of the old country.