We actually went for dinner to Mack's Golden Pheasant because we had read all of the reviews that talked about the German food, including spaetzle. What we didn't count on was that a lot of the German specials were for Oktoberfest and not in November. Located on North Ave., just west of 83, it is easily reached from eastbound North Ave. or southbound on Rt. 83. There is plenty of off-street parking. We were seated by the fireplace in the dining room which was really nice. The interior decor is that of a German-Austrian chalet or a supper club in northern Wisconsin. The staff was very friendly. When we were seated, they brought us a great tasting loaf of warm bread and butter that was easily spreadable. We went with the breaded pork tenderloin which is a Bohemian favorite and was served with red cabbage & mashed potatoes. Our second entree was the Austrian wiener schnitzel which were two large cutlets of veal lightly breaded & sautéed until golden. They were served with bread dumplings & sauerkraut. It certainly was a nice touch that they brought a gravy boat to the table for extra gravy on both entrees. Each of the entrees came with soup and salad, so we each chose the baked French onion soup and a salad. We left room for dessert and decided to split the homemade apple strudel with a scoop of ice cream.and dusted with powdered sugar. Everything tasted great. The portions were ample. The prices were reasonable. Our server, Evelyn S., was very personable and very efficient. Even the busboy was friendly and efficiently helped her, as well. We will certainly go back.