Hey jilldianne - I have a recommendation for you: don't be planning any trips to the Hinterland any time soon -perhaps not in your lifetime. Because Schnitzelhaus Owner-Chef Mike is a German - Bavarian, actually - and he behaves as MOST folks there do. Especially restaurant owners who don't like it when 4 year old kids pull on curtains in front of parent who think they are angels.
Now, to the matter at hand. The Schnitzelhaus is the consummate German restaurant. The food IS as authentic as the Chef's accent; it's a bit rustic; it can be a bit loud when there's live music (It's called FUN, Jilldianne!!!!); and Owner-Chef MIKE has a disposition that only ADDS to the flavor of the place! (My wife and I refer to the Schnitzelhaus - affectionately - as "Crabby Mike's"...)
Start with either the Potato or Goulash Soup [HOT], then order the Jagerschnitzel (pork, chicken or veal) as your entree. Do NOT forget to share an order of potato pancakes. If there are four of you (or more) get an order of the original bratwurst to share as well. And have some REAL German draft beer. You CANNOT eat German food without beer.
Jilldianne, next time you dine, take hubby and angelcakes to Panera. You'll probably find more in common with the customers there. We won't miss you at Crabby Mike's!!!
Mark from Tampa