This historic establishment was founded in 1928 (as Warner's German Restaurant), closed in 2003, and re-opened by two new owners—one the grandson of the late proprietor—in 2010. Judging from the local buzz and busy servers, the restaurateurs are already reminding customers of tasty meals from decades past. Besides German cuisine (one specialty pizza features knockwurst and sauerkraut), the restaurant boasts a book-sized international menu, fresh baked breads, an extensive
wine list, imported beers, and sophisticated cocktails. Ask about the famous Bee Sting, a rum flavored dessert so beloved in these parts that in his day, President John F. Kennedy bought dozens from the original restaurant to serve to members of Congress.