Besides breakfast, lunch and our usual deli food, we would like to introduce you to different international foods. We have decided to serve theme dinners from various European countries on Fridays and Saturdays. Our weekly menus include the following themes:
Every week the theme will change. Join us in experiencing the cuisine, wine and beer from Central and Eastern Europe.
On Thursday's we will have beer or wine tastings with appetizer from the country we futuring.
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we tasting on Thursday and serving on Friday and Saturday.
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Dinners are served on Friday and Saturday from 5 to 8 pm.
The Swiss National Day (German: Schweizer Bundesfeier; French: Fête nationale Suisse; Italian: Festa nazionale Svizzera; Romanish: Fiasta naziunala Svizra) is 1 August.
It is inspired by the mention of "early August" (primo incipiente mense Augusto) in the Federal Charter of 1291. It was first celebrated in Berne in 1891, marking the 600th anniversary of the charter. It displaced the formerly more prominent traditional date of the Ruttischwur 8 Npvember 1307. Based on that date, in 1907, the 600th anniversary was celebrated in Aldorf. In 1941, the 650th anniversary was celebrated.
Following a public vote on26 September 1993, it was made an official national holiday in 1994. It is celebrated each year on August 1st with town-wide paper lantern parades, bonfires, hanging strings of Swiss flags and fireworks.
August 1& 2, 2014
Cold vichyssoise (potato & leek) soup
Pork Raguot with mushrooms and white wine, served with rosti