Dine on German-Influenced Southern Cuisine This June
A huge influx of German immigrants came to Louisville in the 1800s and they definitely made their mark on the city's culture and its cuisine. Many traces of this history still remain in Neighborhoods like Germantown and Restaurants like Eiderdown. Restaurants are opening up their dining rooms again. So this June, go out, sit down and have something to eat somewhere other than your house!
You can finally dine out again. Head to Eiderdown in Germantown and get a taste of real German cuisine. Enjoy classics like a pretzel with beer mustard, fried spatzle and kraut, a delicious potato salad or of course, some kind of tasty sausage. Eiderdown serves German food that's heavily influenced by southern tastes, which is basically the Germantown neighborhood itself on a plate.
Eiderdown is open for lunch Thursday through Sunday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and for dinner from 4 to 10 pm. Find it at 983 Goss Avenue in Germantown. Built by German immigrants, this neighborhood is steeped in old-world traditions and southern culture.
Out and About in Germantown
The Germantown neighborhood is surrounded by parks and shops, schools and restaurants. There's a move theater nearby and several places to work out. There's even a place to go make art. Mostly, Germantown is full of pretty homes in classic styles. Many homes here have bright pops of color on the outside and great high-end, modern features inside. Many homes here have recessed lighting, hardwood floors, stainless steel and custom cabinets. That's just a start.
See everything Germantown has to offer this June and get out in the city for a bit because you've been cooped up long enough.
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