Below is a list of the top and leading German Restaurants in Austin. To help you find the best German Restaurants located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best German Restaurants:
The top rated German Restaurants in Austin are:
- Scholz Garten – hosts events for various sports and political celebrations serving traditional German food
- Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden – include various menus from sausages to to-go deals
- The Black Forest – offers authentic GErman meals paired with awesome German beers
- Easy Tiger – provides a relaxed and comfortable venue to enjoy baked goods and beer
- Weinerschnitzel – features a wide variety of fast-food classics
Scholz Garten hosts events for various sports and political celebrations serving traditional German food. They also serve great tasting beers. It remains a favorite spot for conservatives and liberals. Furthermore, their drinks include sweet southern tea, Arnold Palmer, and Topo Chico bottle. They also serve the main root draft soda pops. Moreover, their wurst variation includes German Bratwurst, Dunkel brat, and Schweignewurst. They also serve sandwiches like Scholz Haus Burger and Haus smoked turkey club. In addition, they serve jager schnitzel and Wienerschnitzel.
German restaurant, wurst, drinks
Address: 1607 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701
”Had an amazing lunch here with the husband. We arrived right when they opened and our server, Beca (i think) was absolutely the best. She recommended to us the pretzel with beer cheese and garlic butter (which IS the best pretzel I have ever tasted), and we had the Wurst Board, which was quite excellent.” – Priscilla Hon
Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden
Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden include various menus from sausages to to-go deals. They also have apparel featuring the company. It includes hoodies, baby rompers, and a mimosa kit. Moreover, their food menu includes German potato salad, poutine, and schweinebraten. They also serve places sausages like bratwurst and currywurst. Furthermore, the dessert list includes a snickers bar in a jar and chocolate chip cookies. The beverages they serve include beer, cellar bottles, and wine. All of their draft beers are available in 9 oz pilsner glasses.
German restaurant, desserts, to-go
Address: 79 Rainey St, Austin, TX 78701
”Great selection of drinks and amazing food! Fried pickles are made in house. Service was excellent and the extreme attention to safety with Covid. Hand sanitizer readily available and your asked to sanitized before entering the business as well.” – Briley Mitchell
The Black Forest
The Black Forest offers authentic German meals paired with awesome German beers. They prepare their dishes with the finest ingredients. Premium meats are chosen to be part of their dishes. Furthermore, they use traditional recipes in creating their delicious dishes. Their menu includes freshly baked pretzel, smokey Denmark summer sausage, and schnitzelwitch. There are also fingerling potato salad, crispy potato pancakes, and kaespaetzle. Moreover, they source their delicious craft beers from the Live Oak Brewery Taproom and Biergarten. They have various specials for more dining options.
German restaurant, beers
Address: 1615 Crozier Ln, Del Valle, TX 78617
”Just ordered a beer brat with kraut. Possibly the best I’ve ever had, even in the EU! The brat was smooth and flavorful, the casing almost non existent! The bread was just the right balance of chewy inside and crispness outside. The kraut and mustard well balanced. Carrot and turnip pickles an extra authentic treat! Washed down with a Primus from @liveoakbrewing.” – Michelle Mayfield
Easy Tiger provides a relaxed and comfortable venue to enjoy baked goods and beer. There is a little beer garden with legendary ping pong tables. Furthermore, they have detectable Bavarian pretzels ade with the finest ingredients. Their baked goods are baked in traditional hearth bread. They also hand-shaped the bread the craft. Moreover, they serve croissants and coffee at any time of the day. The bakery consists of bread and pastry. The dough is mixed carefully and thoughtfully shaped by hand. This includes variations of sourdough. The party is made from unbleached flour. They also use imported fine chocolate and sure ingredients.
German restaurant, bakery, beer
Address: 1501 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701
“The menu covers whiskey (large selection), cocktails, coffee, and food options.” – Nicolo P.
Weinerschnitzel features a wide variety of fast-food classics. It is the world’s largest hot dog chain serving more than 120 million hot dogs annually. Furthermore, they have been in the industry for more than 50 years. It is one-of-a-kind and their dishes are made from a secret recipe. Moreover, they serve chili cheese fog, mustard dog, and chili burgers. There are also chili fries and corn dogs of various kinds. They also serve desserts to top off their delicious classics. There are soft-serve cones, sundaes, and shakes. It is made from Tastee-Freez soft serve.
German restaurant, hotdog
Address: 2512 W Braker Ln, Austin, TX 78758
”I never really knew about this hidden fast food treasure in the heart of North Austin. I’m a native Austinite and now that I work at The Domain Wienerschnitzel is a close choice for lunch!! The chili cheese dogs, chili cheese fries and chocolate Oreo cookie shakes are some of my favorites off the menu. I’ll definitely be back to try other items!!” – Tyga Black
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