During a recent visit to Leavenworth we stopped at a place we'd never been before. Rudloof's Pizza was a really pleasant surprise. It was a nice little pizza place with friendly staff and a varied menu. Although we were in a pizza place, we saw that they had a sausage sampler and decided to try it. It was a great sampler with some really nice sauerkraut. They had a variety of mustards and dipping sauces from one of the local gourmet food stores. All in all, a very nice lunch.
For all the pizza lovers in town, Idlewild Pizza is Leavenworth's first wood fired pizza place and it's great. We ate there on its grand opening night and enjoyed the smoky, crispy crust and the unusual ingredients like fresh mozzarella, grana cheese, créme fraiche, sweet onions and German sausage. Idlewild is also serving Icicle Brewery ales and beers and now Rachel's Ginger Beer out of Seattle. They have late night hours and specials. Check their hours on their website and Facebook page.there's a new pizza in town!
It's been awhile since we've been into the Leavenworth Pizza Company. When we were last in there though we had the best pizza ever. I have never had mozzarella that was chewier. It was great! And one of the ingredients they had on the menu was fresh garlic. At the time I had never seen that as a pizza ingredient. After that I became a big fan. Now, whenever we make pizza at home, I put on fresh garlic.
We also like going to the Baren Haus. Built in a brick warehouse, they have left the brick walls and beams open for a nice friendly atmosphere. Just about anyone can find something to eat there. They have pizza, pasta, salads, soup, German food, burgers, sandwiches, chicken, steaks, pork, and a children's menu. And a full breakfast menu as well. You can always find something to eat at Baren Haus.
Several months ago we visited Uncle Uli's Pub and talked to the owner. It seems like a very friendly place with an underground pub feel to it.
If you are looking for a sports bar, look no further than the P.O. Saloon. (It's named that because it's in the old Post Office.) Pull tabs, pool tables, darts and TVs. What more could you want from a sports bar? And Friday and Saturday nights are karaoke night. So warm up those golden pipes.
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208 9th St Leavenworth
The "Old brick building on the corner" has something for everyone, large groups or small. Generous portional homemade German entries, beer and wine, count on a satisfying dining experience.
321 9th Street Leavenworth
Family (and dog) friendly beer garden.
617 Highway 2 Leavenworth
Over 25 beers on tap. Best burgers, fries, soup, salads, desserts in town. Outdoor dining-fabulous views. Warm friendly ambiance. Kids menu.
21328 State Route 207 #B Leavenworth
935 Front Street Leavenworth
Visit our local production brewery and tasting room to experience fresh and flavorful ales and lagers crafted using the pristine water from the Icicle River.
911 Commercial St Leavenworth
New pizzeria opening Friday, September 27, 2013.
894 Highway 2 Leavenworth
Baking 'em great since '88. The place for pizza and pasta in the village. Family atmosphere. Beer and wine. To go and delivery too!
213 9th Street Leavenworth
Best Sports Bar in town. Great cocktails and food. 5 TV's, pool tables, darts, Karoke Friday and Saturday nights. Pull tabs. Really great atmosphere. Come join us!
265 Highway 2 Leavenworth
Gourmet pizza, pasta, and salad that will leave you saying, "Dass ist Goot Pizza, ya?!"
815 Front Street Leavenworth
Specializing in European beers, microbrews, cocktails, wine, sausages, burgers and more. Rustic, comfortable atmosphere, TV's for sports events, family friendly (most hours), ADA accessible.
901 Front St. Leavenworth
BBQ with a view. Garden patio, best view in town. Cozy sports pub with 7 TV's. Family dining - dog friendly patio. "Where the locals go".
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