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Name of good German place north of Atlanta?

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Marty Sells Feb 17, 2001 06:27 PM

My wife & I saw a faborable review of this in one of the freebie papers (Creative Loafing, Topside Loaf maybe?) several months ago but of course can't remember the name. I believe it's family operated (a couple). Maybe in Cumming or thereabouts - certainly off the beaten path. Tried searching for it on the net without luck.

Open to other good German food recommendations. And looking for a bakery source for good German hard rolls (aka brotchen).

Thanks,
Marty.

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    RB Aug 30, 2001 01:53 PM

    Could it possibly be the Woodbridge Inn in Jasper? A couple runs it; believe the fellow is of German descent. The menu offers wiener schnitzel; however, I'd classify the other items as continental. Good food, good wine list, and a nice getaway from ATL. Menu and directions are at http://www.woodbridgeinn.net

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      Cindy Apr 7, 2001 02:15 PM

      Try Kurt's in Duluth, it's a casual German restaurant with an adjoining upscale Restaurant. We tried Kurt's outdoor dining which overlooks a pretty yard. The food was great, too!

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        AtHomeJim Mar 3, 2001 12:56 PM

        Lived in Germany 15 years, mostly in the southern part. Closest broetchen (or semmel)I've found to those in Germany are at the City Cafe and Bakery in Fayetteville. Owner is a relocated German.

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          Chris O Feb 21, 2001 04:43 PM

          Probably further off the beaten path than you're looking for, but the Hoffbrau Haus up in Helen is pretty tasty, and has a nice view of the river. They like German food up there--goes with the decor

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