Das Bavarian Haus in North Carolina aims to embrace a slower way of living life, which is an idea from the old world. The restaurant welcomes its guests, both locals and visitors alike, to sit down, relax, and simply enjoy their food, as well as the camaraderie that exist in the site’s charming and comfortable dining room. The menu of Das Bavarian Haus is designed to offers guests with the very best of American and German cuisine.

While the manager Bud Hogan, as well as his wife Vicki, aren’t of German descent, Bud Hogan has always been fond of the German cuisine from his travels. He particularly loved bratwurst during his travels in Germany. Part of the whole reason behind creating Das Bavarian Haus was the fact that he couldn’t find good bratwurst anywhere. Bud Hogan’s original plan was to own a food truck that served German-inspired cuisine. This plan instead evolved into establishing a German restaurant within a building in Fayetteville that had been home to other restaurants before.

The menu as Das Bavarian Haus is rather small for the time being, but still features a number of different German dishes. German fare at the restaurant includes wienerschnitzel, which is lightly breaded pork loin, as well as jägerschnitzel, or wienerschnitzel with mushroom gravy. Of course, no German restaurant would be truly a German restaurant if it didn’t offer bratwurst. The chefs at Das Bavarian Haus make side items, such as sauerkraut, in house. The restaurant also serves traditional German egg noodles, known as spätzle, as well as rotkohl, or red cabbage. According to the restaurant’s owner, Bud Hogan, there are existing plans to eventually expand on the menu.

There specific specials available at Das Bavarian Haus on Fridays and Saturdays, such as baked chicken and rouladen, a dish that consists of bacon, onions, and mustard rolled up in thinly sliced steak. A children’s menu is also available for younger guests, with a several choices at a very affordable price.

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The most popular choice on the menu with guests at Das Bavarian Haus is the Reuben sandwich, which features homemade corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing on marble rye bread, grilled in butter. The corned beef made on-site at the restaurant is baked very slowly for a total of three hours, and is fork tender when ready, according the Das Bavarian Haus’ owner. Some customers even come to the restaurant and order two Reuben sandwiches at a time. Other menu favorites include bratwurst, of course, as well as currywurst.

Before Bud Hogan was the founder and owner of Das Bavarian Haus, he was a music teacher. His wife, Vicky, is a music teacher as well. The couple strive to create a friendly and welcoming atmosphere at their restaurant, along with good German and American food of course. Walking into Das Bavarian Haus, guests will find a charming dining room setting with a friendly atmosphere. The restaurant’s three chefs all have many years of culinary and restaurant experience.

3500 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Phone: 910-491-4092

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