Have you ever dreamed on dining in 1920s Berlin? How about sitting in a Munich Biergarten drinking a nice Hefeweizen? Maybe a traditional German breakfast in an Alpine village? We may not have the views, but you can save the airfare and get a little taste of Germany at Café Berlin. Join us for dinner in our 1920 style dining rooms. Soak up the sunshine on our patio or join us for Sunday Brunch. Sie sind immer herzlich Wilkommen im Café Berlin.
322 Massachusetts Ave, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Located on Capitol Hill near Union Station and the Library of Congress
Monday - Friday Lunch
1130am - 4pm
Monday - Thursday Dinner
4pm - 10pm
4pm - 11pm
11:30am - 11pm
Oktoberfest Kick-off20Sep 2014- 12pm -
Cafe Berlin kicks off it’s 29th Oktoberfest celebration on September 20, 2014. In Munich style, we will be tapping the first Oktoberfest keg at noon on Saturday the 20th. Saturdays during Oktoberfest will feature a special lunch of spit roasted pig with traditional sides and 1L of Oktoberfest bier for $35 until we run out of schwein!
Oktoberfest at Cafe Berlin20Sep 2014
German Beer Dinner30Sep 2014- 7:00pm -
GERMAN BEER DINNER
322 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington D.C.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
From Altbier to Weizenbock, there’s more to German beer than you might think. Although we usually associate German beer with lagers such as Pils or Oktoberfest, Germany also produces fine ales, notably spicy wheat ales such as Hefeweizen. Come join AIWF at Café Berlin to sample a variety of German lagers and ales complementing a tasting menu comprising a variety of authentic, and out of the ordinary, German dishes.
Pretzel bites, mustard aioli
Oktoberfest (amber lager)
Pickled herring housewife style with house pickle, apple, red onion and sour cream
Kolsch (golden ale)
Sauerkraut and cheese, breaded and fried
Whole grain mustard aioli
Hefeweizen (spicy wheat ale)
Soljanka + Crème Fraiche
Sweet and sour soup with pork, bierwurst, pickle,
and Crème Fraiche
Poached pickled pork knuckle, sauerkraut, potato
Doppelbock (dark amber lager)
Wursts und Rinderroulade
Large plate with housemade bratwurst, boar sausage
Rolled beef stuffed with bacon, carrot, onion
Mini dumplings, red cabbage
Schwarzbier (black lager)
Poppyseed custard crumb cake
Berliner Weisse mit Schuss (tart wheat ale with raspberry syrup)
Café Berlin is on the north side of Massachusetts Ave, NE between 3rd and 4th Streets. The closest Metro stop is on the Red Line at Union Station (approximately 3/8 mile from the restaurant) where public parking is also available. Street parking is available after 6:30 PM in the surrounding residential neighborhood. The restaurant is not wheelchair accessible.
QUESTIONS? email Larry the Beer Guy: XLNN@COX.NET.
NOTE: YOU MUST SIGN UP ON EVENTBRITE OR YOUR CHECK MUST BE RECEIVED, BY SEPTEMBER 22. Refunds will be given for cancellations received by September 22.