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Continued: In Hastings, Minn., history and natural beauty

  • Article by: KELLY JO MCDONNELL , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 27, 2013 - 2:11 PM

Looking for the best steak sandwich around? Head to the Bierstube for fabulous German food. The wiener schnitzel, bratwurst platter and sauerbraten (marinated roast beef) are highlights of the menu. It’s a big local hangout, and the “Larry’s Special Steak,” named after the restaurant’s founder, Lawrence William Yanz, is a favorite (651-437-8259; www.thebierstube.com).

At the Busted Nut, peanut shells cover the floor like carpet. The restaurant serves casual fare like “big kids” mac and cheese and homemade pizza and has live music year-round (651-438 -6887; www.thebustednut.com).

 

IF YOU GO

www.hastingsmn.org

www.ci.hastings.mn.us

 

Kelly Jo McDonnell is a freelance writer based in Lino Lakes.

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