Temporarily closed until February 12th, due to the rising coronavirus cases

Curbside pickup will be available 

starting February 2nd

Authentically Bavarian

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

The Schmankerl Stube is wishing you and your family Happy Holidays   Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the Stube will be closed from...
For more than 32 years, downtown Hagerstown’s Schmankerl Stube delighted patrons with authentic German fare that is both hearty and refined. The atmosphere exudes the...
We are taking donations for the Discovery Station on Father’s Day. Each Donation will be enter in a drawing for a 1/2L Schmankerl Stube Boot....

Restaurant Hours

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

Dinner
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
11:00am – 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday
11:00am – 10:00pm

Sunday
Dinner
11:00am – 9:00pm

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

Closed on Monday

Closed 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Years Day

Our Story

About the time Charles Sekula opened the Schmankerl Stube, Dieter Blosel began his culinary career in Germany.  In 1997, Dieter discovered the Stube was in need of a chef trained in authentic Bavarian cuisine.  Despite not speaking English, he took the position as Executive Chef.  In 2008, Charles made the decision to pass ownership to Dieter, as he knew Dieter’s passion and work ethic would ensure Stube traditions continued for years to come.  Today, the restaurant continues to grow and remain a cornerstone of downtown Hagerstown.  For many years, Charles continued to greet customers and make the Bavarian dining experience authentic and memorable.  Charles did retire in 2017, but remains a part of the Stube family by dining and socializing with long-time customers.