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Top 5 Most Popular German Restaurants in Chicago, Illinois

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5. The Berghoff Restaurant

100% family-owned for 123 years and located in the Chicago Loop, The Berghoff Restaurant is a unique and impressive establishment. It serves both classic German and contemporary American food, some popular dishes including the creamed spinach, wiener schnitzel, Black Forest cake, and apple strudel. The atmosphere transports customers to Munich, and the delicious, authentic German beer has no small part in that, either.

4. Prost!

Prost! creates a perfect classic German restaurant and beer hall atmosphere with its rustic interior design, beer imported straight from Germany, and cobblestone path leading up to the vast beer bar. It’s a great place for sports lovers, including a Game Day menu and over 20 flat screen TV’s. The Bavarian pretzel is especially popular, especially the dips that come with it. Sunday Night trivia is big here, as well as other fun events, including Oktoberfest! The service is solid and the prices are good for Chicago.

3. Edelweiss Restaurant

Edelweiss Restaurant has been offering authentic German-American cuisine in Chicago for over 30 years. The menu ranges from classic German dishes to American steak and seafood. It’s family friendly, and also includes a semi-private party room! Over spring through fall, the restaurant’s biergarten is open, offering some parties and events over the summer where you can enjoy authentic German beer and pretzels. Some events include live music and festivals as well. They serve huge proportions for good prices, and the wait staff is friendly and quick to help.

2. Laschet’s Inn

With old and consistent recipes, Laschet’s Inn is a Chicago favorite, especially for German locals, who can tell just how authentic the food here is. The whole restaurant gives off an old-school atmosphere, from its food to its music. The sausages and pretzels are must-tries. We can’t forget about the beer, of course: the selection is great and delicious, all for good prices.

1. Funkenhausen

Funkenhausen’s chef combines his knowledge of German and Southern cooking into a delicious, hearty, and soulful cuisine. It has a beloved selection of on-tap German beer, as well as wine from various regions in Germany. With a warm ambience, great service, amazing and unique food and desserts, Funkenhausen is the best German restaurant in Chicago. Some popular dishes include ribs, catfish, pretzels, and doughnuts.

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