German Native To Start Serving Traditional German Dinners at Duesenberg's

Meals will be served starting this Friday.

Editor's Note: This article originally ran in Catonsville Patch September 8, 2011

Christa Seiler has always wanted to have her own restaurant to cook some of the traditional German recipes she loves so much.

Starting this Friday, she'll get the next best thing, as Duesenberg's will open its doors and kitchen for her to serve dinner.

The German menu will be available from 5-10 p.m. from Wednesday through Sunday.

Seiler said this has been a dream for her whole life and she is looking forward to cooking for those who come. Seiler moved from Germany to Catonsville three years ago.

Gary Teegardin, the owner of Duesenberg's, said that he knew Seiler from her delicious pastries and cakes. When she approached him about using the restaurant space on Mellor Avenue, he decided to give it a try.

"Hopefully it will work and we'll go from there," he said.

For questions about the dinners, call Duesenberg's at 410-747-7333.

Sharyn Doyle September 14, 2011 at 10:13 PM
Fantastic!!!! Christa comes out to each customer and greets them after they are seated. She welcomes questions and shares how each item is made. The portions are generous and delicious. Expect food made from someone who loves preparing it. Sharyn
Penny Riordan September 15, 2011 at 02:51 AM
Wow, what a great review! Thanks for posting. I'll have to check it out myself soon!


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