New German restaurant opens in Little Italy
A new German restaurant and pastry shop opened this weekend in the Little Italy restaurant space on the corner of High Street and Eastern Avenue. Most recently Tapabar was here. The Diner, as it's called, will be open seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Owl Meat Gravy dropped in and said that "two Awesome German ladies gave me some cake to take home..."
Those women are Christa Seiler and Claudia Phillips, who have been running their own catering operation named German Food Express. The owner of The Diner, according to Susan Loudermilk's In Good Taste blog, is Walter Webb.
Owl Meat Gravy found out that The Diner will be running different German lunch specials every day. Monday, for instance, is Huehner Geschnetzeltes.Huehner is chicken, right? And, Geschneteltes, Googling tells me, refers to a particular cut or chop of the meat. Or as Owl Meat says, "who cares; it ain't pasta?".
The phone number is 410-528-1391