Cypress Nook Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Like guitar solos and incriminating legal papers, cabbage is best when shredded. Stab some sauerkraut with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $12 for $24 worth of dinner for two or more $24 for $50 worth of dinner for four or more The dinner menu begins with homemade spaetzle, pan-fried with bacon and onions ($8), and giant soft pretzels served with munchener mustard ($3.50). Traditional slow-roasted pork loin bakes with beer in a brown gravy ($16), and tender wiener schnitzel is served with lemon and sides such as sauerkraut, fresh potatoes, fresh spinach with garlic, red cabbage or noodles with ...
You've made your mark at the local iteration of Oktoberfest (particularly in the biergarten), and now you're feeling schnitzel-out-of-luck in finding any fun for the next few months. Stop being a brat-wurst and nab today's deal: Drop $20 and dig into $40 worth of great German food and drink for dinner at Cypress Nook Restaurant in Pompano Beach. At half off, this hearty homemade German-American meal warms your heart and fills your stomach with family favorites like bratwurst, weisswurst, sauerbraten, Wiener and Jäger Schnitzel, along with savory sides of spaetzle, German pototo salad, sauerkraut, and red cabbage. Family-owned for more than 30 years, this humble hideaway is a secret spot for droves of loyal locals who queue up faithfully for one of its 12 tables. Enjoy the super selection of German beer and wine by the glass. Don't wait for Oktoberfest 2012, take a Bavarian break today and nosh at the Nook with this delightful deal.
The stripes of Germany's flag were first constructed from perpendicular tanks of red Berliner Weisse bier, golden Munich amber bock, and black Bavarian dunkel lager. Eat and drink to German heritage today at the Nook at Night located on E. McNab Road just west of US1 in Pompano Beach. Inhabiting a charming European style guest house dating back to 1958, The Cypress Nook treats patrons to an equal mix of heart-warming ambience and tummy-warming German fare. Schweinebraten, a traditional Bavarian slow-cooked pork loin baked with German bier ($16), gives lederhosen elastic a workout, while the German knockwurst, served with sauerkraut or red cabbage and potato salad ($12), fuels climbs up every mountain. Complement your edibles with a refreshing German bier out on the restaurant's patio, or top off your tonsil buds with a piece of apfel strudel à la mode ($6).
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