Restaurants: Central European
Wood paneling, pierogies and perch in Tremont’s oldest ethnic family owned restaurant (since 1923), serving boilermakers before Prohibition. Black Angus beef, grilled trout, and baby back ribs flavor rooms heavy with Browns memorabilia.
For almost 50 years, this Central European polka palace has been dishing out family-style fare at wallet-friendly prices. The all-inclusive dinners include chicken soup, salad, bread and butter, Wiener schnitzel, roast pork, smoked kielbasa, sauerkraut, potatoes, veggies, coffee and dessert. Or, order from the menu's listing of numerous veal, pork and chicken dishes. Live music and dancing on Friday and Saturday nights.
John and Stephanie Sutters casual country restaurant is the veal deal, with nearly every imaginable permutation on breaded and sautéed schnitzel, served with white bread, salads and wickedly greasy homemade potato pancakes. If you ever crave a well-executed little taste of home, this is the spot for you.
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