Indiana Culinary Trails

Schnitzelbank Restaurant

2019 Marks the Schnitzelbank's 58th Anniversary. Started in 1961 as a tavern now famous German Restaurant. Since 1961, Larry and Betty Hanselman have been the proprietors of the Schnitzelbank Restaurant, a well-known landmark in the predominantly German community of Jasper, Indiana. The Schnitzelbank Restaurant has gone through several transformations over the years and has evolved into a destination in itself, giving patrons an opportunity to dine in an Olde World ambiance. The spacious bar serves up a full line of imported beers, featuring several beers and schnapps from Germany, as well as a variety of German & Indiana wines.

With the help of their six children, and now a new generation of grandchildren, the Hanselmans businesses now includes the Schnitzelbank Restaurant, Schnitzelbank Catering, the Jasper Hampton Inn, Schnitz Brewery & Pub, and KlubHaus 61.

Hours of Operation

8 AM - 10PM Monday - Saturday

CLOSED Sunday

General Dining

Credit Cards: YES

Meals Served: Lunch and Dinner

Dining Classification: Casual

Cost: $$

Menu Style: American and German Food

Alcohol Served: Beer Liquor and Wine

Separate Bar Area: YES

Largest Group Served: 150 people

Meeting Room Capacity: 150 people

Discounts: Group

Entertainment: None

Local / Organic: Local Meat 70% are local meats

Diet Specific: Gluten- Free and Vegetarian Options available

Exterior

Large Parking Lot for Parking

Interior

Seating: Tables and Banquet Room

Hostess on Duty: Always

Gift Shop / Products for Sale: YES - Unique items in gift shop. Bavarion Bancies, coocoo clocks, German Candies

Recommended Dishes

Famous for their German Food and Fried Chicken Dinners.

German Food - German Sampler Platter, Pork Shank Dinner, Pork Chop Dinner, The Bratzel (Sandwich Winner)

All desserts are made in-house. Salad Bar all made in house with specials like pickled herring and cucumber on bar.

Seafood Buffet during Lenten Season.

Bar 100+ Imports of Beer, Extensive list of wine including German and local fare.


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