We're Expanding!

We're Expanding!

We're doubling our dining space in 2018, including a new open-air atrium and balcony dining on our second floor.
Pork Shank

Pork Shank

Our succulent Pork Shank served with a Homemade Bavarian Bread Dumpling, Sauerkraut and Red Cabbage


Our salads and soups are fresh and scrumptious. See you at lunch?
Our Pfeffersteak “Madagascar”

Our Pfeffersteak “Madagascar”

Tender Filet Mignon grilled to perfection and topped with sauce made from imported Green Madagascar Peppercorns.
Mouth Watering Sandwiches

Mouth Watering Sandwiches

Reuben, Leberwurst, Westphalian Ham and other German favorites!
  • Authentically Bavarian

    Outside Picture

    When you enter Schmankerl Stube, you will feel as if you were transported to Old Bavaria. Inside our restaurant, you will see our servers wearing traditional dirndls, memorabilia from Germany, and beer steins hanging from the ceiling, all in a friendly setting from which we derived our name Schmankerl (meaning Bavarian culinary delicacy) and Stube (meaning a cozy room).

  • News & Dinner Specials

    Coronavirus Closing

    The Schmankerl Stube Bavarian Restaurant will be closed beginning tomorrow, Tuesday March 17th until the threat to our community has been deemed over by the...

    Posted on March 17, 2020

    Schweinefilet in Gorgonzola Rahm: March 10-15, 2020

    Our Dinner Special: March 10-15, 2020 (Offered after 5:00 p.m. in addition to our Regular Full Dinner Menu; Closed Mondays) Schweinefilet in Gorgonzola Rahm  $26...

    Posted on March 9, 2020

    Tafelspitz: March 03-08, 2020

    Our Dinner Special:  (Offered after 5:00 p.m. in addition to our Regular Full Dinner Menu; Closed Mondays)   Tafelspitz $24 Braised Beef  in a Horseradish Cream,...

    Posted on March 2, 2020

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  • Restaurant Hours

    Hours of Operations
    Tuesday - Saturday
    11:00am - 2:30pm

    Tuesday - Saturday
    11:00am - 10:00pm

    11:00am - 9:00pm

    Brunch: Last Sunday/month
    11:00am - 2:00pm

    Closed on Monday

    Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day

  • Our Story

    Bavarian immigrant Charles Sekula saw something missing from the German heritage connected to the Hagerstown area – a German-based restaurant. He took a chance and acted on his vision establishing the Schmankerl Stube in 1988. As with any new restaurant the early years were tough, but the hallmarks of good food, quality service and a cozy comfortable atmosphere not only meant the restaurant survived, but it thrived, making the Schmankerl Stube a popular destination for almost three decades.

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