Bella Stella

May 8, 2018 By Texas Monthly

The only problem we have with this little winery in northeast Texas is that the mostly German kitchen serves only four meals a week.

Kuby’s Sausage House

Sep 21, 2015 By Texas Monthly

With cooler weather, our thoughts turn to the addictive, delectable red cabbage served at this venerable German restaurant, its walls adorned with hundreds of beer steins. And the corned beef and baby Swiss sandwich on rye bread. And the Black Forest cake with juicy cherries . . .

Otto’s German Bistro

Oct 4, 2016 By Texas Monthly

It’s easy as ABC: adult bistro cuisine. In year four of reimagining Germanic gastronomy, Otto’s continues to delight with its sophisticated blend of fresh local ingredients, house-made sausages and condiments, and tasty continental components in a charming European-cafe-style setting. It’s all in the delicious details: hunks of yeasty Brot served…

Swiss Pastry Shop

Aug 15, 2016 By Texas Monthly

Though a landmark for the highly distinctive Black Forest cake and for pastrami on rye, Hans Peter Muller’s bakery-cafe takes on new, appealing hues with an evolving menu. Fascinating prime Texas Wagyu or Akaushi burger creations include one topped with poutine and blue cheese and another smothered in grilled poblano…