Up until today, we were never really feeling the German sense of humor.
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The driver hit a cyclist and injured two customers.
We're here to remind you of a few that were forgotten.
The book details the global spread of wieners, with recipes.
The brand-new salad bar comes from a New York chain of the same (funny) name.
"What's awesome is that two out of six are chefs, but we're taking these ordinary ingredients and plating them. And then we all sat around and watched Top Chef, and they all laughed at me."
Just beware of any burned kielbasa landing on your table.
It's the biggest thing to hit Lincoln Blvd. since Whole Foods took over.
We also spoke with a few of our favorite seasonal chefs to see what they can't wait for this fall.
Sounds like a perfect alternative for urbane older siblings who want to drop their bratty brothers off at Wurstkuche.
Serving everything from pretzels to spaetzle, the new biergarten proves its not just another sausage slinger.
Tony Yanow's new vegan-friendly (and slightly controversial) new beer bar finally swings its doors open today.
At least in S.F. and L.A. there's been a boom this year of German, Austrian, Czech, and Hungarian restaurants.
Our own plan involves wearing Animal's veal brain vadouvan on our clothes and moaning.
The actor is at least getting Downtown more than his counterparts.
A pork chop doused in blood pudding rocks the L.A. Weekly, while L.A. Times review of a "good" hotel dining room makes us yawn.
The popular Downtown sausage-slinger will try to show Spoc's and Broadway Alehouse how it's done.
A long list of new restaurants and classics are omitted as the Gray Lady "discovers" Downtown destination dining.
Hopefully it's good enough to save someone a trip to Alpine Village.
New owner Tony Yanow plans all craft and draft beer from within California.