Bronwyn and Christina’s Ice Cream

I don’t know much about German food.  When I was a little kid, my Mom was taking me out to dinner in New Hampshire to a German restaurant. I had a mini temper-tantrum that I was going to a German restaurant for the first time in my life and screamed I DON’T WANT GERMAN FOOD! I WANT AMERICAN FOOD! The German restaurant served grilled cheese for kids and Profiteroles for dessert, so I ended up a happy camper.  I’ve never been able to live this story down.  Little did my Mom know, I would seek out a German restaurant to dine at years later in life. #growingup

Kraig and I decided to check out a new German restaurant named Bronwyn that opened up in the Union Square area of Somerville. We beat the dinner rush by getting there shortly after the restaurant opened and scored two seats at the bar.

I skimmed over the beer menu and immediately ordered a beer from Leavenworth because it’s from Washington State. We all know I’m obsessed with the Pacific Northwest! The beer was pretty good, but I’m definitely not a beer connoisseur. All I know is I hate things like Bud Light and don’t mind a good saison once in a while. 😉 Anyways, this was yummy.

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Most of the restaurant was ordering these humongous pretzels, so we had to order one too of course. It was crispy and came with a yummy spicy mustard dipping sauce.

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Some more beers..

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We decided to split Kielbasa and the Beef Sauerbraten for dinner. It was too yummy to snap enough proper pictures of it.

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We ended our meal with our first visit ever to the infamous ice cream shop Christina’s in Cambridge. I’ve wanted to go here for YEARS, but did not think it lived up to it’s hype. Their ice cream was good, but I still like Nona’s ice cream more.

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I think I could become a professional ice cream taste tester. Future career change? 😉

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