Mario Pierzchalski, the owner of Gasthof Zur Gemütlichkeit, has issued an apology letter to the community for the Nazi-themed dinner held at his restaurant on Martin Luther King Day. Pierchalski posted the letter in the comments section of City Pages' initial post about the dinner. The letter was ... More >>
A silent flashmob will take place outside Gasthof Zur Gemütlichkeit this evening in response to the Nazi-themed dinner City Pages reported on last week. According to organizers Margie Newman and Susan Schwaidelson Siegfried, the group is not affiliated with any specific organization. They will m ... More >>
Scott Steben, the organizer of the Nazi-themed dinner held at Gasthof's on MLK Day, has tattoos of Nazi SS bolts and the official SS skull on his right arm.See also: The story behind a Nazi-themed dinner at Gasthof'sThe photo featuring the tattoos was posted publicly on Steben's Facebook. In th ... More >>
Late last week, a reader sent City Pages a photo showing men dressed in German SS uniforms seated in the main dining room of northeast Minneapolis restaurant Gasthof Zur Gemutlichkeit surrounded by Nazi flags. The source, who wishes to remain anonymous, had himself received the photo from a friend, ... More >>
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