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Anyone know of any German Restaurants celebrating Fasching Festival?

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  • Herm Mar 1, 2014 01:19 PM
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It's basically German Mardi Gras.

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  1. Black Forest Inn in Stanhope

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    1. re: roro1831

      I'm surprised you beat gmmaka to the punch.

      1. re: fourunder

        Lol the only reason I knew was because he resurrected ten old posts

        1. re: roro1831

          Do you know if they serve Polish food, or anything close to it? I've heard that if you like German food, you will like Polish food too.

          1. re: Herm

            Elmwood Park....it's much more inexpensive as well.

            http://royalwarsaw.com/

        2. re: fourunder

          I think we should play a game of "Who can mention Black Forest Inn first on any topic remotely related to German food."

          1. re: joonjoon

            You're on. :-)

            1. re: joonjoon

              I can confidently say....you and I will not be the first to do so...

              1. re: joonjoon

                Now the Black Forest Inn is even being mentioned in Italian restaurant recommendations......and that's definitely not even remotely related to German food...especially in the context of the thread. I could understand a comparison of Schnitzel and Milanese, but Ragu?

                http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9682...

                1. re: fourunder

                  well they do serve a wunderbar "Flammkuchen: Our Own German Pizza"

                  also coconut shrimp is listed - probably deserves a mention for any German/Thai fusion posts!

                  http://www.blackforestinn.com/index_f...

                  1. re: fourunder

                    fourunder: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/930922

                    1. re: Herm

                      LOL!