Featured in The New York Times, Cooking Light, and the Food Network, Guglhupf is an innovative restaurant where local and seasonal ingredients are prepared with a contemporary southern German twist. The eclectic, architecturally striking building and patio are the perfect backdrop for a casual yet unique outing with friends, family, or on a special night out. The Cafe offers breakfast, lunch and brunch, and transforms into a Biergarten setting for dinner, with a chef-driven menu featuring Brotzeit (bread-based savory snacks), small plates and large plates to satisfy any appetite. The bar features 12 taps along with a fun collection of bottled and canned beers, and signature craft cocktails. The wine list takes an exploration through Germany and Austria and is rounded out with remarkable small-producer wines from around the globe. Bourbon and whiskey has a prominent spot on the bar menu.