My last stop in Leavenworth was the Munchen Haus. The Munchen Haus is a fun outdoor restaurant/ beer garden filled with delightful German foods. Best of all, it was dog friendly. Boomer was being so spoiled this day as he went almost everywhere with me.
I ordered up a Helga’s Giant Kelbassi, a beef/pork sausage. While I waited for it to be made we made our way into the beer garden. Beer was sold separately in a small building to the right of where you order the food. I purchase a beer to go along with my sausage which just happened to be the Dirty Face Amber from Icicle Brewing. Majority of their beers were from Icicle with a small selection from a few other breweries.
Boomer and I found ourselves a spot in the least amount of shade possible. It was one of the few spots left as everyone seemed to be hovering around the shaded spots. The beer garden was full of people and I thought to myself it must have pretty good food if it was this packed. Once my sausage was done I went back to the pick up window with Boomer. Along our way a woman shouts at me “get your dog away from mine, my dog is aggressive”. Although the dog did not seem to be upset by our presence I walked Boomer around the table and gave the woman a one eyebrow lift look that I hope implied my point. PS take it down a notch lady.
I grabbed my meal and moved to the condiments area where I was overwhelmed by about 15 different kinds of mustards and sauces. I grabbed a couple different mustards and planned my path back to our table, avoiding the “aggressive” dog.
I ate my delightful sausage while enjoying small chat with the table next to me who had a small dog with them. The small dog did not keep the woman from commenting on how adorable Boomer was however. If my dog had any shame, he would have blushed!
After I finished up my meal and beer it was time to leave Leavenworth but not without first watching a Bavarian band who had set up under the gazebo. The festivities for Manifest were kicking off and although I had plans that would keep me from partaking in Manifest I felt that I had an enjoyable time in Leavenworth.