Food & Drink
Click on a business name to see more information about that business. In addition to the businesses listed here, many wineries, distilleries, and microbreweries in the Hermann area also serve food. Please visit those pages for additional details.
1947 Frene Creek Road
Open many weekends and available by reservation for special four-course dinners throughout the year. The Press House Deck is available for private parties.
113 East Fourth Street
New York style pizza is the specialty here. Pasta, meatballs, sandwiches, and salads are also served. Pizza dough is made fresh and tossed on site. The meatballs, salad dressings, and sauces are homemade, and fresh bread is baked every morning. Gluten-free and thin-crust pizzas are also available.
179 East Highway 100
A full cooked from-scratch breakfast and several seasonal dinner choices are open to the public by reservation. Visitors can also schedule a time to join Chef Kate for a lunch demonstration or participate in a hands-on four-course dinner and wine pairing class.
308 Market Street
Visitors will see the lights on here at midnight when fresh goods are being prepared and should plan to arrive early in the morning when the doors open. A wide variety of bread, lots of donuts, Danish, and cinnamon rolls, as well as Germany breads and stolen, are made here.
206 East First Street
Built in 1878, the Concert Hall is the oldest continually operating tavern west of the Mississippi. Today the Concert Hall continues a time-honored tradition of good food and good times in Hermann. Sandwiches, seafood, steaks, pizza, and German specialties.
2072 Village Lane
An extensive menu of Mexican favorites served in a bright, family-friendly atmosphere.
216 East First Street
The only place in town for hand-dipped ice cream, and a great place for delicious sandwiches and frozen custard. Featuring house-made bread, chips, and chicken salad. If the weather is nippy out, visitors will find homemade soups such as Creamy Tomato Basil soup or Potato Bacon soup.
222 East First Street
Using twelve frozen cocktail machines, this trendy dining spot features scratch-made frozen cocktails (a non-alcoholic version available.)House recipes change seasonally. A unique coastal theme inspires both décor and the menu, which also includes seafood and sides, wine, beer, and soft drinks. Brunch is available on Sundays.
701 Market Street
Authentic Mexican recipes to satisfy even the biggest appetite, along with a few American favorites.
100 Schiller Street
Internet café featuring gourmet coffee and teas, hot or iced, including traditional espresso drinks. Real fruit smoothies, lemonade, and specialty sodas.Locally baked scones, kolache, biscotti, and cookies. Games & toys are available to play. Music on the patio – sometimes planned, sometimes spontaneous.
4 Schiller Street
In addition to the bourbons and whiskey made on-site, Fernweh’s kitchen offers appetizers, handhelds, and a variety of entrees, including German, Mediterranean, seafood, and smoked meats. Beverages include fountain drinks, coffee from Espresso Laine, French Press, and hot teas.
122 East Fourth Street
Harvest Table Eatery serves fresh, house-made American, German, and Creative foods, using locally produced items when available. A full bar offers local and popular beers, wines, and spirits and is ready with a Bloody Mary bar for Sunday brunch.
403 South Market Street
Victorian-era bar located on the lower level of Hermann Crown Suites Hotel. Visitors can enjoy Missouri craft beers, Hermann area wines, and mixed drinks. A light menu and live music most weekends.
234 East First Street
Deli-style restaurant in this meat and sausage shop offers award-winning bratwurst, hickory-smoked pulled pork, deli meat, and cheese sandwiches, house-made German sides, beer, wine, and root beer. All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast served Saturday and Sunday. Free samples.
330 East First Street
Part of Hermannhof Winery, the deli offers locally-made German sausages, deli food, and snacks, as well as wine tasting.
312 Schiller Street
Featuring fine single-malt scotch, blended scotch, Irish whiskey, Kentucky bourbons, rye whiskey, brandy, cognac, and other liquors that pair with the cigar and pipe-smoking experience. Day passes available to the members-only smoking lounge.
113 West Fifth Street
Pizza, pretzel bites, sandwiches, chili, nachos, Chicago dogs, and drinks. Foosball, air hockey, darts, golf game, pool table, and video games. Boxing game, life-sized Jenga, and Connect4 games. Karaoke music and dancing.
312 Market Street
More than 200 kinds of candies are made on-site, including chocolate candies, clusters, turtles, candy canes, and covered pretzels.
414 Market Street
Famous for their burgers and St. Louis-style pizzas, Sharp Corner Tavern is one of the oldest establishments in Hermann. Serving a variety of sandwiches and an extensive list of side items. Full-service bar. Weekday lunch specials.
2059 South Highway 19
Featuring Silver Dollar burgers, plate-lunch specials, full dinners, homemade desserts, kids’ meals and carry-outs. “Food worth driving for” is what folks say. In Swiss, MO 12 miles south of Hermann.
214 East First Street
Serving craft coffees, coffee/alcohol drinks, non-coffee drinks and smoothies, fresh-baked pastries, and healthy treats. Breakfast is served all day, and lunch is served daily. Gluten-free and vegetarian options are available. Open mic night on most Fridays.
305 Market Street
A friendly place for a quick meal. Featuring delicious and healthy sub sandwiches. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
407 Market Street
Sugar Momma’s features homemade pies, by the slice or to go, frozen pies, and sometimes fried pies. Local favorites are coconut cream, cheesecake pecan, and bacon apple. The shop is filled with a large assortment of bulk candies, Amish and German candies, retro candies, Ted Drewes frozen custard, and Giofre Apiaries honey ice cream. The shop offers German and Hermann souvenirs and lots of gift merchandise.
2056 South Highway 19
More than 80 varieties of bratwurst, plus house-made bacon, summer sausages, and more. Lunch available at the on-site deli. Special event catering is available. Family owned and operated since 1969.
115 Schiller Street
Located in a restored building in the heart of the historic district, the Bank Bar offers classic cocktails along with many specialty drinks, some 30 varieties of spirits, and import beers. Over 40 martinis are on the menu. The Bank Bar also carries several vintages from Missouri’s Wine Country along with European and California wine. Savory and sweet snacks are available by the scoop. The Patio and Venue 115 are designed for hosting rehearsal dinners, private parties, and small wedding receptions.
111 Bluff Street
Rhineland, MO 65069
A full-service family restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sandwiches, fried chicken, BBQ pork steaks, and desserts along with a Friday and Saturday night dinner buffet and a Sunday breakfast buffet. Beer, wine, mixed, and soft drinks. Event venue with on-site catering. Off-site catering available.
114 Gutenberg Street
Located in a landmark 100-year-old tin mill in historic downtown Hermann, Tin Mill Brewing Company is the only true lager microbrewery in the state of Missouri. The on-site restaurant offers appetizers, thin-crust pizza, bratwurst, and sandwiches. Mixed drinks from Black Shire Distillery, Hermannhof wine, and, of course, Tin Mill beers.
315 East First Street
Located in the restored Hermann Mill Plaza, the tallest building in downtown Hermann, Tin Mill Restaurant serves steaks, seafood, and serious comfort food. Also served are Hermannhof wines, California Dierberg Star Lane wines, Tin Mill brews, and spirits from Black Shire Distillery. The attached Celebration Hall is available for private events.
114 East Fourth Street
The bar serves international wines, desserts, gourmet coffees, and teas. UnColor Gallery displays artwork by local artists, much of which is for sale. Paint & Sip parties and Massage & Wine events.
1110 Stone Hill Highway
Located in a beautifully restored carriage house and horse barn just steps away from the winery, Vintage Restaurant offers contemporary cuisine, along with many German specialties. Reservations recommended.
120 East Fourth Street
A local favorite for casual dining, Wings A-Blazin’ serves fresh, never-frozen wings fried naked with a variety of temperatures and flavors, as well as salads, sandwiches, wraps, and pasta. Large 18-tap selection of microbrews. Big-screen TVs.