German

German Twin Cities

German immigrants started arriving in Minnesota in the 1850s, and today there are more Minnesotans are of German ancestry than any other ethnicity – nearly 40 percent. The German presence in the Twin Cities includes restaurants such as the Black Forest and Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter; the Germanic-American Institute, and the German-American Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter

    CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF OLD WORLD HOSPITALITY! WATCH FOR SPECIALS AND PRICE ROLL BACKS APRIL-JUNE 2016!!

    The Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter is a family owned and operated German restaurant nestled in a pine forest since 1966. Built in the rolling hills that reminded him of his native Bavaria The Gasthaus is the vision and dream of Karl Schoene and his wife Elizabeth. Immigrating to St. Paul with their family in 1957 Karl and Elizabeth worked and looked for a place to build their dream in America.…

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