Have a craving for schnitzel or sausage? Then try Max's Allegheny Tavern. The restaurant specializes in German dishes, with a few beef and seafood ... More
Max's Allegheny Tavern
Have a craving for schnitzel or sausage? Then try Max's Allegheny Tavern. The restaurant specializes in German dishes, with a few beef and seafood selections on the menu. For those who can't choose between German delights, try the Sampler Platter, which offers three entrees. The restaurant is located in an old East Allegheny bar that was restored to its original state. A full-service bar and wine list are available. Banquet facilities will accommodate 80 people.
in the kitchen steve works a called type is revolting all along sneezing upon the food lacks personal hygiene does not bathe stinks out and thus this preparing the food for its children, the owner is gay and prepotent these people eaten without flavor are revolting
This restaurant served what is undoubtably the worst 'German' food I have eaten in 30 years (and I have eaten a lot).
I ordered Hasenpfeffer and I have eaten week-old Hasenpfeffer leftovers that tasted far, far better than their fare. They must have served me somebody's 3-year old pet! Half of the volume of this dish was a disagreeable goo enveloping the rabbit. When it was removed, there was precious little meat and what there was, was tough. It was lukewarm. The meal was served so quickly that I am sure it was microwaved.
The Spatzle was tasteless and overcooked. It even needed salt and I almost never add salt.
The red cabbage was tasty, but again, barely warm.
I ordered a Spaten Dark beer that was on the beer card and got a Spaten Optimator, a 7.2% Dopperbock. There were unaware that Spaten actually has a a Dark Beer.
None of the employees I spoke to could speak German - which is itself a bad sign.
I can only assume that the reason they have so many good ratings is because the clientele has no idea what the food is supposed to take like.
This place is definitely not worth a visit.
Excellent and authentic German food. The prices are outstanding and the beer selection is great. Only draw back is the fast and sometimes impersonal service. They seem more interested in scooting you in and out than really letting you enjoy the meal.
My family has been going there for as long as I can remember. It's a great place for everything from a wedding shower to a night out with the family. Being German- I love knowing that there is some where that I can go with authentic food!
There's a lot to like about Max's. The food is tasty and at a good price. A favorite is the Potato Pancake Ruben sandwich which replaces the rye bread with potato pancakes. Their Sunday Buffet has a good selection of German favorites as well as a mix of breakfast and lunch items. An especially nice feature is the restaurant is now smoke free except in the bar which is physically separated from the main dining areas.
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