Bavarian Meats Nominated for Two Categories in Seattle Magazine’s Best Restaurants Poll!
We are pleased to announce that our Bavarian Meats Deli located in the iconic Pike Place Market has been nominated for two categories in the Seattle Magazine Best Restaurants Poll. The two categories are:
“Best Lunch Around $10” (Group 5) and “Best Sandwich.” (Group 19)
As many of you know, our fourth-generation family business was started by our Grandpa Max in 1961 when he decided to sell his hand-crafted snappy wieners at the Seattle World’s Fair.
When Lynn Hofstatter and Lyla Ridgeway, twin sisters and the granddaughters of Max, took over the family business in 1998 they added the restaurant to the deli and it has been a delicious addition, focusing on traditional German fare with updated and contemporary twists to meet the tastes of today’s savvy food lovers.
Lyla Ridgeway says, “We really love that our hot handcrafted lunches are in the running for this category. Our lunches and sandwiches are made to order by our store manager Gabi or one of her team members, and over the years we have worked to keep the price point accessible and the flavor superior and authentic.
Our handcrafted artisan meats, sausages, cold cuts and bacon are, of course, the key components of each and every lunch and sandwich at Bavarian. Please join the poll and vote for Bavarian Meats!”
Lunch menu and sandwich options around $10 include: Bratwurst Plate ($9.99), Brat on a Bun ($7.99), Max’s Pastrami Sandwich ($11.99), Cold Cut Combo ($9.99) and the acclaimed Bavarian BLT ($10.99) as well as others.