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October, 27th

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About German Restaurants

The outstanding flavor of local German Restaurants has been around for a long time, with German settlers bringing a quality German food line into a new country that was more than willing to accept it. German food is not only hearty but originally was grown as food from the land, meant for strength and substance in a world where this meant absolute survival. Today, German cuisine has evolved into a world of not only fine German dining but also with fine German dining caterers for quality pizzeria food. Special occasion dining for exquisite German cuisine involves the international German Oktoberfest food festival, well known by many other cultures. Local German Restaurants are at their peak during this annual food celebration, offering specials on bratwurst, cheeses, German breads, sweets, and German wines and beers. They also set up displays at local Oktoberfest celebrations under huge tents with live music and lots of dancing. German Restaurant cuisine is not just a food establishment, but a complete culture of its own, which offers modern day German food and German drink, which are known to vary from cold weather heartiness to the fresh cool flavors of spring and summer. German drinks are available at most German Restaurants in addition to German non alcoholic drinks, with unique German drinks that have heard to pronounce names, German kid drinks - all names speaking of their historical heritage.

  • Shoney's Restaurants

    1656 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 29407

    (843) 556-2832

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  • Burger King Restaurants

    1529 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 29407

    (843) 556-3029

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  • German's Heating & Air Conditioning

    2713 Rifle Range Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC 29466

    (843) 881-0869

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  • Wencoast Restaurants Inc Store 353

    1721 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407

    (843) 571-4226

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  • Burger King Restaurants

    1812 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407

    (843) 571-0460

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  • Burger King Restaurants

    1605 Red Bank Rd, Goose Creek, SC 29445

    (843) 572-4170

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  • Red Lobster Restaurants

    2460 Mall Dr, North Charleston, SC 29406

    (843) 554-9621

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  • Burger King Restaurants

    4709 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC 29405

    (843) 554-5610

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  • Captain D's Seafood Restaurants

    4008 Rivers Ave, North Charleston, SC 29405

    (843) 554-6195

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  • Burger King Restaurants

    1193 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407

    (843) 556-9147

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More on German Restaurants

Most restaurants with a German base are known to serve their famous German bratwurst recipe dishes with special bratwurst seasonings that make it taste just right. However, nothing is better than being served their famous German potato salad, sauerkraut, bratwurst meals that have a little of everything German in it. If possible, try out the Old World German Bratwurst with the majority of them having nutmeg and mace, but no gluten, fillers, additives or preservatives, the perfect German food! Other German foods in the bratwurst field are sausage, Weisswurst, Nurnberger, with fresh backed German brotchen - a German hard roll to compliment the German meats. Not all the restaurants are of the Old World tradition, but some of the best are. Another specialty of the local German Restaurants is hot German potato salad with vinegar and sugar altering the taste to each German chef. More than just a potato salad, the Germans have a unique recipe with new potatoes, onions, bacon, red onions, cider vinegar, mustard seed and canola oil. Once a person takes a bite out of this, plain old American potato salad will never be the same. One of the healthiest foods in the German food line of local German Restaurants is raw sauerkraut, an abundant source of Vitamin C and lactobacilli. This is a member of the lactic acid bacteria which plays an important role in preventing tooth decay in people, able to convert lactose and sugars to lactic acid. German beer, wine, pickles, cheese, and cider belong to this group. In the early German days, recipes from both Germany and Bavaria had to be simple and fast, versions of some of the most famous German foods today. If you wish to partake in the touch of the Old World, try out our local German Restaurants!

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