Kurtz’s Pub and Deli

Review by: Roadfood Team

Kurtz’s Pub and Deli is a German-style delicatessen where you can count on excellent sandwiches and great imported beers and ales on tap.

What should I eat at Kurtz’s Pub and Deli?

Kurtz’s is a good stop on the way between Chicago and Door County.  Make sure to get a hot pretzel appetizer, sandwich with potato salad and a large stein of good German or Czech beer. They are always fresh on tap!

Kurtz’s is a German-style delicatessen run by the same family for the last 100 years. Owner Jim Christenson has a meticulous eye for detail and sets very high standards for quality and cleanliness, and he maintains a professional and friendly staff as well.

He takes trips to Europe each year to assess the quality of the beer he imports. The staff purges and cleans the beer lines daily. This restaurant is spotless. A yard of ale, as well as the half-yard is a great choice.  They are huge, slender trumpets filled to the brim with delicious German ale!

Everything on the menu is made fresh on a daily basis, and the items on the menu are reasonably priced. Well worth a stop, even if you have to detour an extra 50 miles off your trip!

*Original post by Charlie Wolfe*

What To Eat

Corned Beef Sandwich

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New Yorker Sandwich

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Black Forest Sandwich

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Hacker-Pschorr Draft Beer

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Roll Braten

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Kurtz’s Pub and Deli Recipes

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One Response to “Kurtz’s Pub and Deli”

Charlie Wolfe

August 13th, 2010

My wife and I always enjoy stopping at Kurtz’s on our way between Chicago and Door County to get a hot pretzel appetizer, sandwiches with potato salad and, of course, a large stein of good German or Czech beer, always fresh on tap!

Kurtz’s is a German-style delicatessen that’s been run by the same family for over 100 years. Owner Jim Christenson has a meticulous eye for detail and sets very high standards for quality and cleanliness, and he maintains a professional and friendly staff as well.

He takes trips to Europe each year to assess the quality of the beer he imports, prior to buying from such breweries as Czechvar and Hacker-Pschorr. The beer tap lines are purged and cleaned daily. This restaurant is spotless. We also enjoy the yard of ale, as well as the half-yard: basically a huge, slender trumpet filled to the brim with delicious German ale!

Everything on the menu is prepared fresh on a daily basis, and all items on the menu are less than $7.00. Well worth a stop, even if you have to detour an extra 50 miles off your trip!

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