Stammtisch Pork Store and Imports
Stammtisch is done up in the half-timbered style common in Bavaria.
Lehner started making bratwurst—one of the more popular wursts—in burger shape. "It's great for the grill!" he says.
Ochsenmaul Salat, or pickled tongue, is one of Lehner's favorites.
Creative cold cuts
The stuffed belly—bacon stuffed with veal and peppers—is one of the more interesting options at the butcher counter.
The butcher shoppe
Lehner means it: if you don't see what you like at the butcher, ask. It's very likely they can make it for you.
Traditional German breads
Lehner stocks many traditional German black breads: pumpernickel, rye, sunflower seed, as well as muesli, which is typically eaten at breakfast.
Currywurst is typical German fast food. Pick up some franks at the butcher, potato rolls, and this curry ketchup to make it yourself. (You probably won't need it for your currywurst, but pick up some of A. Bauer's famous horseradish mustard for non-curried franks, too.)
Stammtisch carries boxed knödel mix for when you don't have time to make the time-intensive potato dumplings from scratch.
Among the 40+ imported beers is this Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen from Brauerei Heller: a smoked Märzen which Lehner says is unlike anything you've ever tried.
In the summer Lehner carries mini five-pint kegs of beer, perfect for picnics and barbecues with friends.
Potato pancakes are made fresh on Fridays for the weekend.
Some of the many lebkuchen Stammtisch stocks at Christmastime.
Strudel and crumb cakes—in plain, apple, blueberry, chocolate and Schwarzwälder, or Black Forest Cake—are made fresh daily.
Haribo is one of Germany's biggest candy producer. Lucky for us, Lehner brings many of their products, including Goldbären, their famous gummy bears.
Lehner carries dozens of magazines and newspapers for his German speaking customers as well.