In fact, the line for Squabisch Pretzels runs all the way around the block.
“Right from the start, there was a lot of interest simply because it was a unique take on pretzels,” said Squabisch Pretzels co-founder Uli Elser.
Opening their shop during the pandemic, Elser and co-founder Sabine Herrmann handcraft pretzels using an age-old family recipe.
“The German pretzel made by Uli has a very thick part on the bottom, so it invites you to put something in there,” Herrmann explained.
The founding duo stuff the pretzels with everything from bratwurst to chocolate. When you visit, choose from a range of classic flavors, like jalapeño and cheddar cheese, and experimental creations, like dulce de leche with Maldon salt.
Plus, each week, customers can choose from a surprise list of menu offerings. Ever-changing options keep customers coming back for more.
“Every Wednesday we upload a new menu and hang it on the window,” Elser described. “A lot of people like to try five or six different strains.”
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