Cafe Mozart

Row 1

Details
1331 H St NW
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 347-5732
German, Grocery Store
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 7:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Get a sausage plate - with sauerkraut
  • Try some of the amazing beer on tap
  • Beer? That's nice. Beer is everywhere in the city. But schnitzel, goulash, and spaetzli? Its the kaiser's own food, the Holy Roman Empire right here in downtown D.C.
  • The bar and restaurant is past the grocery in the front. Have a few liters and buy some delicious mustard or other German treat on the way out.
  • Gather friends for a round (or 3) of German Steins. Make sure you can handle the hangover the next day!
  • They play the 1812 Overture and have a woman that yodels while playing an accordion. Seriously, what other reason do you need to eat here?
  • All three beers on draft here are great - be sure to try one!
  • If you love German food, check it out.
  • The delicious and massive Fried Pig Knuckle on top of sauerkraut and potatoes is a must order item but it's only available during Oktoberfest.
  • They have a nice little Shop with a lot of very good German Candy!
  • As an Exchange Student from German I can fully approve the quality of this restaurant The Schnitzel, Potato Pancakes, Roulade and Bratwurst are very good and like at home!
  • Are they aware Mozart wasn't German? Order a beer in a boot!
  • Get the Vienna Schnitzel with sautd potatoes and red cabbage with a glass of wheat beer. Worth every penny.
  • Quirky. Old school DC lunch place mashed up with German restaurant/grocery store. Worth stopping by. The German food is very good.
  • Great service! I love being called "dear" by a lady I don't know. I recommend the Austrian potato salad, potato pancakes, red cabbage, kaese spaetzli and venison sausage.
  • Great schnitzel and mashed potatoes!
  • Place is AMAZING. Real European food, a bakery w Sachet torte, nut and apple strudels, a grocery, a cosmetics counter, a bar w live music . . . And good food. Nice.
  • The german potato soup is just like grandma used to make. With bacon! Tschusse.
  • Hoagies are an Italian-American invention, but the 'German Cold Cut Hoagie' here is worth a try. This version piles German luncheon meat and Swiss cheese high on a soft roll.
  • 3 German beers on tap and great Schnitzel! Try the veal...no, seriously!