Located at the former Club 21, The Cure Lounge is an upscale bar and lounge with several options for small plate dining. The menu includes beer cheese and pretzel bread sticks at $7, Pepperoni Sticks at $5, Smore Sticks at $4 and homemade pierogies at $8.
Chef William Enix serves up breakfast and lunch at this Germantown location that features a full bar and patio. Catering is available, too.
This family-owned bakery in the heart of Germantown has it all — fresh-baked kuchen, doughnuts, cakes, pies, breads, butter buns and cookies. Yeah, we know the whole bacon thing is over done, but seriously — don’t leave without a maple-iced, bacon-topped Long John.
Beer geeks and comfort food seekers have a new option in this up-and-coming neighborhood. Indulgent dishes like a chicken and waffle sandwich, fish and chips, and a beer-glazed Angus burger pair with an ever-changing selection of craft brews.
This new bistro, opened by the people who brought Louisville the Nachbar, features American comfort food with European flavors. Think pork ribs braised in sauerkraut and the duck fat popcorn appetizer is quickly becoming legendary around town.
Located in Schnitzelburg, this late night spot offers an extensive pizza menu as well as other Italian favorites, toasted subs, and wings. Look out for weekly specials.
Both locations feature casual Italian fare at great prices like baked pasta, pizza and signature sandwiches — try the Chicago Italian Beef or the Italian Hot Brown.
Family owned and operated since 1944, Check’s is the archetypal Schnitzelburg cafe — a bar serving rolled oysters, curiously addictive burgers, fish sandwiches, brats, chili and bean soup.