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Checkers Old Munchen

2209 East Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach

Up to 30% Off German Fare at Checkers Old Munchen

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Enjoy the tastes of Bavaria in the comfort of your own home with some delicious comfort food.

About This Deal

$10 Worth of Food and Drink; Valid Any Day for Dine-in or Takeout

Choose from some of your favorite German specialities like Veal Wienerschnitzel, Schweinehaxen (Pork Shank), Stiffed Cabbage Rolls, and Potato Pancakes. Don't forget and Apple Strudel or German Chocolate Cake.

$20 Worth of Food and Drink; Valid Any Day for Dine-in or Takeout

Choose from some of your favorite German specialities like Veal Wienerschnitzel, Schweinehaxen (Pork Shank), Stiffed Cabbage Rolls, and Potato Pancakes. Don't forget and Apple Strudel or German Chocolate Cake.

$40 Worth of Food and Drink; Valid Any Day for Dine-in or Takeout

Choose from some of your favorite German specialities like Veal Wienerschnitzel, Schweinehaxen (Pork Shank), Stiffed Cabbage Rolls, and Potato Pancakes. Don't forget and Apple Strudel or German Chocolate Cake.

Authentic German cuisine at a reasonable price.

www.checkersoldmunchen.com 

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for dine-in and takeout. Limit 3 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Checkers Old Munchen

There are many words you could use to describe Checkers Old Munchen—"warm," "welcoming," and "boisterous" come to mind—but "quiet" certainly isn't one of them. The lively German watering hole resounds with oom-pah tunes and friendly chatter from open to close. Diners sit at weathered wooden tables, clinking massive boot-shaped steins and sharing plates of schnitzel. Cheerful servers command the full length of the bar, doling out pours from a selection of more than 30 German beers—from crisp pilsners to sweet hefeweizens to malty bocks.

In the kitchen, plump bratwurst sausages sizzle in pans, pots of goulash bubble on the stove, and hissing kettles whisper German fairy tales. It's in this bustling space that chef Andre Zanith whips up traditional German dishes lauded as brilliant recreations by the Broward Palm Beach New Times. Zanith's favorite dish on the menu is the wiener schnitzel—a tender veal cutlet sauteed in creamy lemon butter and topped with homemade gravy. Traditional sides include red cabbage, potato dumplings, and spaetzel noodles.