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Newton, New Jersey
June 2, 2005
This is really not a good place to eat. I had the Sauerbraten, and it was way too sour. Trust me, I've had good Sauerbraten, and this wasn't it, although I will say that their beer was very tasty. If you're interested in sampling some fine beer, then I suggest visiting their pub.
From journal September Getaway to the Outer Banks, NC
Pine Hill, New Jersey
April 6, 2005
Also, you must go to the Christmas store across the court. We had to drag ourselves out of the store eventually, or we could have spent all day just looking at all the interesting stuff. They had a candy section inside with all old-fashioned candy. We had fun snacking on our choices the rest of the week.
From journal Relaxing at the Outer Banks
Depew, New York
April 21, 2004
From journal The Outer Banks -- More Than Sun and Surf
July 21, 2002
From journal The Outer Banks
July 3, 2001
The food there is quite tasty--sort of a Bavarian theme with a variety of sausages and other easy to like fare, such as our favorite appetizer: warm, soft pretzels with mustard. Surprisingly, this branch of Weeping Radish (there are others in the nearby vicinity) does not get a lot of business in early June, so we felt as though we had the outdoor seating area pretty much to ourselves. And, it was a nice, shaded area perfect for taking a break from the hot sunny beach.
From journal Family Fun in the Outer Banks
June 29, 2001
After extensive testing and repeated sampling I issued the following report card:
The waitress’ German: F (but she was cute)
If you would like more information on this restaurant, just click on The Weeping Radish .
From journal 24 Hours on the Outer Banks