Heidelberg Haus Menu

This Lawrence fixture first opened in 1968 and features a decor that was updated in, um, 1968. The place is part bakery, part gift shop and part cafe and a lot of the clientele speak and read Deutches — it’s so legit, mustard is the only condiment on the counter. Beyond the plethora of chotchkies, the animal heads on the wall and the cheesy ’60s and ’70s-era pop from the Old Country piped everywhere (even into the parking lot), you’ll find two big stars: the pastries and the potato salad. The sweets are traditional (no donuts here) and amazing, and the potato salad is warm and perfect with a little bacon-y smoke and a little sauerbraten-flavored bite. Order a brat with the salad for lunch. It’s the best of the wurst. See what we did there?

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