Gegrilltes Lachsfilet auf „Bayerische Art” mit Schnittlauchbutter, Salz Kartoffeln und Winter Gemüse
Unsere liebsten Schnitzel im Bild = Picture our favorite Schnitzels
= Have a happy Christmas Season
Zum Aufwärmen – Good-bye cold feet!
The Bavarian Christmas Markets and ski huts are famous for the enticing aroma that drifts out into the chilly air; it comes from the Glühwein, a warm, spiced, mulled red wine from Nuremberg
Or for a savory finish just like in Bavaria:
We are currently experiencing difficulties in purchasing Bavarian Bier for you because:
Some Breweries are short staffed due to the Corona virus, which is still much worse in Germany than with us.
Some Breweries are not receiving the grains due to either transportation or availability issues, one brewery had to cut a large order in half and cannot tell when they will be able to ship the 2nd half.
Many Breweries have reduced their production due to less demand during the high of the closings and are now brewing, but a Lager needs at least 90 days in the Lager tank, a Pils 100 days, a Bock 180 days and a Doppelbock needs over 220 days. Patience is a virtue!
There is a shortage of Shipping Containers worldwide, some breweries have product but cannot ship it overseas.
The journey from the Brewery to the Port of Houston lasts up to a month.
The Port of Houston is short staffed and over loaded with incoming containers.
There is a shortage of truck drivers in the U.S.
Our vendors are short staffed, both in warehouses and on the delivery trucks.
Here is what we are doing:
We bought all available kegs with German Bier, many of our vendors are out of keg inventory until they receive a fresh delivery from the Brewery.
We bought an unusually large amount of bottled German Bier to prevent us from running out of Bier for you, for example the very popular Weihenstephaner Fassbier, the keg inventory is largely depleted but we have stocked up with bottles to allow you to enjoy the Bier from the World’s Oldest Brewery, after all: We are their Official Ambassador!
We are checking the vendor inventories daily in order to immediately place an order when kegs become available, rather than waiting for our weekly ordering sessions.
Our vendors are aware that serving Bavarian Bier in the Bavarian Grill is extremely important for Guests and Team alike, and they are supporting us to their best ability, just as they have done in the past 27 ½ years.
Thank you for your understanding and support, in the past, in the present and in the future!
We can now offer Schnitzels To-Go, along with the rest of our menu!
Our new container holds the temperature and keeps the Schnitzel crispy for at least 20 minutes. This special container has a patented convection cross-flow design and allows for venting holes in the lids and side vents, we will serve any sauce on the side – should it be necessary to reheat your Schnitzel please do so in an oven or toaster oven for a few minutes at 425F. Please do not use a microwave as the Schnitzel will become hard and soggy.
As these containers are expensive we will add a $1 To-Go charge to every dish used.
We charge the price for 1 liter = 33oz and 2 liter for the 64oz Empty container sells for 8.75, bring the sanitized bottle back to us and only pay for the bier!