AddressEpcot Germany Pavilion
1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard
CityLake Buena Vista
It's Oktoberfest year round, although anyone who has been to the real deal in Munich won't have any trouble confusing the celebration here with the beer tents of Bavaria. Then again, you're not likely to have underage drinkers throwing up on your shoes at Epcot, so it balances out. The food is served on a buffet here and includes your basic bratwursts, red cabbage, spaetzle and such. It's kept tidy, and while nothing is extraordinary about the quality, the food is mostly palatable.... Read more
Enzian's Eden Bar
Address1300 S. Orlando Ave.
Scott's Review

A recent addition to the area's only art movie house, Eden is an outdoor venue next to the theater. The menu is an odd mix but features some Austrian specialties. If you're up for a splurge, ask for a shot of pre-Prohibition bourbon.

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Address7 N. Orlando Ave.
CityCocoa Beach
Scott's Review
This longtime Cocoa Beacher has been serving good German food for decades. The dining room was recently spiffed up and a patio was added. Next door is Heidi's Jazz Club, so you can make a night of it right here.... Read more
Hollerbach’s Willow Tree Café
Address205 E. 1st St.

Voted the second best German restaurant in the U.S. but readers of for 2009. (Bavarian Grill of Plano, Texas, was number one; go figure.) I don't know if I'd go that far, but I'm prepared to call it the best German restaurant in Central Florida.

Although the surroundings leave something to be desired, there’s good German food to be had here. Have a schnitzel, or the sausage platter, but beware: it’s a lot of food.

The place is especially festive Thursdays through Sundays when there is entertainment. Oom-pah-pah!

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Schumann's Jager Haus
Address25 W. Church St.
Scott's Review
Schumann’s Jager Haus, a German restaurant on Church Street in downtown Orlando is heavy on the atmosphere -- indeed the atmosphere is one of its best selling points -- but the food is a bit far from the fatherland. And in the case of the Wiener schnitzel, it was downright disappointing. Available with a pounded pork or chicken cutlet (but not veal), the schnitzel -- I ordered pork -- was hard, dry and crusty. Just the sort of thing that would send Germans running to the nearest Turkish restaurant. The schnitzel came with rubbery green beans and mashed potatoes that made me think of rye bread. It turns out the potatoes had been soaked in caraway.... Read more