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Best Of 2013: German

Despite the Old World associations that come with much German food, Edelweiss' authentic menu is anything but static. And for good reason: Manager Dieter Schnakenberg says his parents go to Germany every other year for some research and development. The wienerschnitzel tends to be something your whole family can enjoy, while the bayrische schweinshaxe — a 22-ounce, skin-on, bone-in ham shank — answers the most primeval of calls. All Edelweiss' imported beers come from Germany, by the way, and many of the servers do, too.— Joshua Michael Torres

Bites 2013: Sauerbraten

This baby's about as similar to your mother's pot roast as an abacus is to an iPhone. Chuck roast gets marinated for three days in vinegar, sugar, salt, pickling spices, peppercorns and a host of other flavors that'll make your tongue swell so hard it'll reach around to hug you. Slop up the gravy, slurp up the shreds, and praise be the saints for sauerbraten. ($9.50 lunch/$16.25 dinner)

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