south street police 

On Thursday, June 26 beginning at 7 p.m. join owner Doug Hager and Chef Jeremy Nolen for a festive Fifth Anniversary Celebration featuring a German buffet and open bar at Brauhaus Schmitz (718 South Street, 267-909-8814), the city’s only authentic German bierhall.  For a minimum donation of $20 per person, guests will enjoy unlimited food from Chef Nolen, the city’s top modern German chef, plus an open bar featuring Brauhaus’s peerless German beer selection, with proceeds benefitting Friends of the South Street Police Mini-Station, a partnership between the police, residents, and the business community.

The party, which will last from 7 p.m. until 12 midnight, will feature a wealth of food options, including:  Assorted Sausages, all made in-house; Ziguenerschnitzel, chicken cutlet with spicy red wine-pepper sauce;  Roasted Pork Loin with Dunkel lager gravy;  Gemüsespätzle, spätzle sautéed with spinach, mushrooms, caramelized onions and cream;  German Potato Salad;  Roasted Potatoes;  Asparagus with hollandaise sauce;  and an assortment of Charcuterie and Cheeses.  Guests will enjoy unlimited food and beer, and will have the opportunity to mingle with Hager and Chef Nolen throughout the event, as they will be on hand to celebrate five memorable years on South Street.

As part of their commitment to the neighborhood, Hager and Chef Nolen will donate a portion of the proceeds from their anniversary celebration to Friends of South Street Police Mini-Station, an alliance of local community and business groups working together to further develop a partnership among the police, the residents and the business community.  Their goal is to enhance the quality of life and economic viability of the neighborhood by raising the level of public safety through police-community vigilance and through law enforcement, to reduce the incidents of crime and increase the citizens’ sense of security.