Krauses Cafe Opens in New Braunfels with First Annual Maifest & Full Menu
Krauses Cafe opens with a German menu and popular German tradition celebrating the arrival of Spring honoring New Braunfels’ German heritage.
Krause’s Café, a New Braunfels historic restaurant opened in 1938 and successfully run until 1995, is excited to announce its recent (re) opening and full menu. In early 2017, Krause’s Café unveiled its updates, including a new biergarten, live music schedule, and more.
“We are thrilled bring back such an iconic restaurant of New Braunfels,” said Ron Snider, owner of Krause’s Café and founder of the highly popular New Braunfels Farmers Market. “We have already started integrating the restaurant into the German traditions of the city by adding a beer hall with banners showcasing the crests of New Braunfels’ founding families.”
The menu reflects New Braunfels’ German heritage with items like a Reuben sandwich and sausage sampler plate with four traditional mustard options, as well as South Texas flavors with items such as house made biscuits and a thick cut premium pork chop. Over 70 beers are available on tap with local, regional, and international options. The restaurant also features specialty cocktails and wines on tap. The full menu is available on their website here.
“Krause’s Café is approximately 10,000 square feet, with plenty of space for those who want to eat inside the café and those who want to be outside in the beer hall,” said Jeremy Rader, Krause’s Café’s General Manager. “Guests can expect some bold flavors from the kitchen, but also all the fun that comes with a beer hall, and the chance to try beers from all over the world.”
Krause’s kicks off its event season with its first annual Maifest celebration, which is the German tradition of celebrating the arrival of Spring. Nationally acclaimed musician, performer and bandleader Alex Meixner will perform on May 25, 26 and 27. As an active ambassador of polka music, Meixner will help attendees get into the German spirit for Maifest. General admission tickets are $15 and limited, so please call the restaurant at (830) 625-2807 to reserve a spot.
The full calendar of Krause’s Café events will be available on the website, as well as on its social media accounts. For more information, visit krausescafe.com.