München Haus Pretzel

Munchen Haus – Leavenworth, WA

München Haus sign
Munchen Haus fire tables
 München Haus bar
 München Haus mustard selection
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Munchen House soup
pretzel minus a bite

We stopped in at the Munchen Haus at the recommendation of locals. They are known for serving excellent old world style Bavarian sausages. It was our last day in town and it was drizzly and grey. However, we found the mood at the Munchen Haus to be lively and spirited despite the weather. We were lucky to get a seat at one of their open fire tables.

My husband got a Curt’s Currywurst, a quarter pound specialty wurst (sausage) with a touch of curry flavor. He said it was amazing. He paired it with one of the multitude of mustards they have available at a help yourself counter. It was a mango flavored mustard! They have a ton of mustards to choose from. Some examples are the Munchen Haus amber ale mustard, to champagne & honey, to smoky garlic and onion.

Though it’s not what they’re known for, I was in a soup mood and ordered the Bavarian cream of potato with ham soup. It was very good! Also, we started with one of their warm Bavarian pretzels accompanied with a dip made from one of the Northwest’s favorite cheeses, Beechers. It was really good!

In addition to beers, they offer fountain drinks, fresh squeezed lemonade and coffee, hot tea and cocoa. You can fine the Munchen Haus at 709 Front Street. For more information please visit their website at http://www.munchenhaus.com.

Bon Appetite!

– Hollin

Hollin Stafford
Hollin Stafford

Hollin holds her degree in Sociology and was a flight attendant for United Airlines up until the time she had her son. She, her husband and son are now happily living with their three dogs in Portugal. Hollin home-schools so they can explore the globe, and teach through experience. When not writing about travel, Hollin’s focus is on writing fiction. Her work has received rave reviews from critically acclaimed agents and editors. She has a unique voice embodied through rich descriptions of shared human condition. She recently published her first YA novel, Degrees of Light and enjoys writing literary short stories. In 2017 she was listed on Glimmer Train's honorable mention list and was considered for the Fulton Prize from The Adirondack Review. Her short story, Blue, was featured in Literary Mama’s 2018 Mother’s Day Edition. She is originally from California.

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