Serves a casual menu with hometown roots
|The Inviting Wood-Paneled Interior|
|Wurst Bar in the |
(Mt. Lookout) Square
There is a good selection of beers and a fine variety of mixologist-designed drinks. I had the Red Legged Rosie. It was akin to a Cosmopolitan in taste, but with different ingredients except for the vodka. I thought it was very good and fairly priced.
The food is the main deal for being there because they make all the sausages, metts, wieners, wursts, etc., and the bread for the buns. All the meats and breads we ate were excellent on both occasions and we were able to take some food home because the portions are large, especially for those diners that have a couple of beers. Service was attentive, quick, and very upbeat even when packed.
|Flying Pigs in a Blanket Appetizer|
|The Brewer Coat|
The Brewer Coat, a wurst topped with blue cheese and garlic fries, was very good and Dale liked the four-grain roll.
|The All-Time Wurst Burger|
|Ooey Gooey Mac-n-Cheese|
Wurst Bar on the Square showcases excellent food, friendly service, and a lively vibe. Hopefully, the air temperature was just a temporary bump in the road to success.