Recipe: Schmidt’s Sweet Kraut
German Village is a picturesque tangle of brick streets. At the end of one sits Schmidt’s Sausage Haus, a neighborhood staple and gathering place for generations of celebrations. Schmidt’s is one of the oldest landmarks in the community, having originally opened as a meatpacking facility in 1886 and then as a restaurant in 1967.
Schmidt’s signature Sweet Kraut is a year-round staple featured on the menu’s “Legendary Sandwiches,” such as the Mama Rueben (German bologna on specially made rye bread with melted Swiss cheese and dressing) and the Turkey Reuben (swapping the bologna for honey-roasted turkey).
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