For a truly unique dining experience in Fredericksburg, Texas, visit Der Lindenbaum. The restaurant is located in a beautiful historic limestone building built by the German pioneers who founded Fredericksburg over a century ago, the atmosphere is cozy, comfortable and friendly.

One of the finest German restaurants in Texas, Chef/Owner Ingrid Hohmann serves up German specialties such as schnitzel, steaks, great sandwiches.  Don't miss our home-made cakes for dessert.

There is a large selection of German beers and a variety of German and Texas wines.

Der Lindenbaum is easy to find at  312 East Main Street in Fredericksburg, Texas near the Nimitz Museum.

312 East Main Street,  Fredericksburg, Texas 78624,  Tel 830 997 9126

We accept American Express, Discover, checks, cash and traveler checks
(no Visa, Master card)

Open Wednesdays through Mondays,  11am - 10pm 
Tuesdays open seasonal, please call us

Fredericksburg, Texas
         830 997 9126

Der Lindenbaum -- "The Linden Tree" occupies a special place in the hearts of Germans. Songs and poems have been written in its honor, and in the springtime, the fragrance of its lovely blossoms fills the air. In many ways, the Linden tree is to a German what the bluebonnet is to a Texan: a symbol of the homeland. When Ingrid Hohmann opened her restaurant in Fredericksburg, she named it Der Lindenbaum for the ancient Linden tree that grew in front of her centuries-old family home high in the Eifel Mountains of Germany. Ingrid is a professional chef who apprenticed at and graduated from the Hotel and Restaurant School at Maria Laach, one of the foremost and most prestigious in Europe. She began the restaurant as a konditorei, or bakery, featuring apfel strudel, streuselkuchen, and Black Forest cake. However, the demand for her delicious Rheinland-style lunch specials gradually expanded it into what it is today, one of the finest German restaurants in Texas. Der Lindenbaum features fine German food items not normally found on this side of the Atlantic, such as Konigsberger Klopse (a delicious dish of beef and pork meatballs in a delicate caper sauce -- the capers used in this recipe are grown in the Mediterranean area), and Rheinischer Sauerbraten (a roast, marinated for a week in a sweet/sour sauce), as well as the kinds of items most people would expect to find in a Texas-German restaurant, including the best Schnitzels on either side of the Atlantic.

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