Monday, 30 May
Frühstück im Wald
8 am ~ until sold out
$8 / adult breakfast
$4 / children 12 and under
(this event is open to the public)
Menu: scrambled eggs, ham, sausage, rye bread and all-you-can-eat buttermilk pancakes; along with unlimited coffee and tea.
Live entertainment by Jude’s Polka Jets II from 9 – 11 am. Full cash bar – Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, wine and an assorted selection of your favorite German “breakfast” Biers.
Enjoy your breakfast with the sweet fragrance of our pinewood forest. A unique experience – the only outdoor breakfast in Broome County!
Come and experience… “Little Germany in the Woods of Binghamton.”share this:
Official Opening of Our Sommer Biergarten!
6 May, Friday
5:30 pm ~ doors open
6:00 pm ~ dinner, served till sold out
6 – 9:00 pm ~ live entertainment, Park Avenue Revue
Join us as we celebrate the beginning of the summer season with the opening of our picnic grounds. With over 30 picnic tables there’s plenty of room for all, including Oma and Opa; kid friendly too, including a swing set!
A cash bar offering German Brews (and wine) will be available as well as our menu of Bratwursts, potato salad, sauerkraut, and soft pretzels at a-la-carte pricing.
Looking forward to seeing everyone for the first outdoor party of the season!share this:
27 April, Wednesday
Experience the city as a German. Visit Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Yorkville where many Germans frequented. We’ll be dining at the Heidelberg Restaurant for lunch, then visit other areas of Manhattan south of the restaurant as we make our way back to Bryant Park. Folks can stay with the group or explore on their own.
When making your bus reservation with Shafer Bus Tours (607-797-2006), state that you are with the German Club – Susanna and Heidi. (Shafer will try and get us seated together, but they cannot guarantee it.) Lunch reservations will be taken at the Ratskeller, where there will be a sign-up sheet.
Heidelberg Restaurant – The Heidelberg is one of the oldest family-run German restaurants in the United States, dating back over one hundred years to a time when Yorkville was a bustling German neighborhood. Back then, customers left happy and returned frequently. Today, Heidelberg retains the same recipes and atmosphere as it had in the past. The bar and interior remain frozen in time, capturing the magic of the golden age of Germantown, and the menu offers treasured old world favorites along with savory new dishes.
Itinerary – Wednesday, 27 April 2016
$50.00 / person bus fare, plus gratuity with Shafer’s Bus Tours (book directly with Shafer)
Board Shafer’s motor-coach at 500 North Street (Vestal Avenue), Endicott Terminal. Your seat is then kept for the entire trip.
Depart for New York City. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride! Shafer will make a rest stop and the driver will bring out cold drinks for everyone.
Approximate arrival at Bryant Park (42nd Street).
LUNCH at Heidelberg Restaurant, 1648 2nd Ave, NYC, (reservations sign-up at the German Club)
Board Shafer’s motor-coach at Bryant Park and head for home.
Depart for Endicott, NY. Fast food stop en-route.
Questions? Please contact Susanna Stumpe at 607-227-9176, or Heidi Corlyon at 607-217-4872.