The German ancestor of our American hamburger is a savory mix of pork, beef and bratwurst meat.
Colorful provincial banners and stuffed moose heads hang overhead in the vaulted atrium of the Keller bar at downtown's historic Rathskeller restaurant, which dates from the late 1800s. Order a frikadelle, the German ancestor of our American hamburger, and you'll be transported to the olf country by its savory mix of pork, beef and bratwurst meat. It's perfect with German potato salad and a bracing mug of cold beer from one of the widest selections of ales and lagers in the city. ($9.50)