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Cafe Mozart



1331H St Northwest
Washington, DC 20005

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(202) 347-5732

  • Sun - 11:00am - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Fri 7:00am - 10:00pm
  • Sat 9:00am - 10:00pm

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Cuisine: Bakeries, Bars, Breakfast and Brunch, Cafes, Delis, German Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 61 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Cafe Mozart Reviews

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  • Wendy AbshireIt's got it all! Bakery, deli, bar, cafe, great food and if you are lucky, live music!

    55555 by Wendy Abshire


  • Zeke S.on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 7-9pm, Silvia plays German tunes on the accordion for guests. She's absolutely adorable and so fun.

    55555 by Zeke S.


  • Irena Oi'm from western europe and i tell you: food is awersome here! autentic german food. And black forest torte is just to die for!!!

    55555 by Irena O


  • Antonello SSausages are good

    55555 by Antonello S


  • Nuri J.Foods were so so but the service was good enough.

    33333 by Nuri J.


  • AndrewGreat restaurant hidden behind the bar - behind the convenience store! Try the sausage platter.

    55555 by Andrew


  • Katharine S.The prices are a little higher than we expected, potato goulash was great for vegetarian meal, came with a big side salad.

    55555 by Katharine S.


  • Mary Kate K.Pretty cool hidden spot!

    55555 by Mary Kate K.


  • Kurt EHere is a pub/restaurant/shop for German/Austrian food lovers. Very simple, very traditional and very cozy

    55555 by Kurt E


  • Behrad B.The delicious and massive Fried Pig Knuckle on top of sauerkraut and potatoes is a must order item but it's only available during Oktoberfest.

    55555 by Behrad B.


  • Brooke MThey had an accordion player on NYE. It was cool.

    55555 by Brooke M


  • Ryan N.Try the schnitzel.

    55555 by Ryan N.


  • Courtney KleinPotato pancakes and beer!

    55555 by Courtney Klein


  • Cory D.In addition to the restaurant in back, there is a pretty substantial German grocery portion in the front, complete with toiletries, deli items, and ice cream.

    55555 by Cory D.


  • e KBeef Goulash

    55555 by e K


  • Tom WepunktDefinately a sweet place!

    55555 by Tom Wepunkt


  • Kara D.Das Boot for only $25!

    55555 by Kara D.


  • Matt S.Really good bratwursts and potato pancakes. Try the German potato salad.

    55555 by Matt S.


  • Nils B.They have a nice little Shop with a lot of very good German Candy!

    55555 by Nils B.


  • Nils B.As an Exchange Student from German I can fully approve the quality of this restaurant 😉 The Schnitzel, Potato Pancakes, Roulade and Bratwurst are very good and like at home!

    55555 by Nils B.


  • Charlie R.Not great service. Good food. Need a deeper beer selection.

    55555 by Charlie R.


  • Kata R.Nothing special and the food is so so.

    33333 by Kata R.


  • AdamDo *not* get the "vegetable patty platter"! The vegetable patty is a regular old commercial veggie burger, heated up and served plain with no sauce or anything (and not even one of the better brands).

    33333 by Adam


  • Patrick D.Truly horrible. Is this what you people think German food is supposed to taste like??

    22222 by Patrick D.


  • Dan H.Food is great, accordion player gets old and loud after a while. Could do without her for a more pleasant meal.

    55555 by Dan H.


  • InternsROCK!Interning in D.C.? Grab a key tag from The Washington Center and buy one entree and get the second one free during InternsROCK! June 7 - 16th 2013. internsrockdc.com #InternsROCK

    33333 by InternsROCK!


  • Margaret C.Are they aware Mozart wasn't German? Order a beer in a boot!

    55555 by Margaret C.


  • Josh N.Beer by the liter, German beer on draught.

    55555 by Josh N.


  • Amber H.This place rules. Red cabbage FTW. Um beer.

    55555 by Amber H.


  • Joonseok O.Get the Vienna Schnitzel with sautéd potatoes and red cabbage with a glass of wheat beer. Worth every penny.

    55555 by Joonseok O.


  • K M.Great happy hour specials.

    55555 by K M.


  • William l.Quirky. Old school DC lunch place mashed up with German restaurant/grocery store. Worth stopping by. The German food is very good.

    55555 by William l.


  • Denrael L.Try the Sausage Sampler (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Denrael L.


  • Mira W.Great service! I love being called "dear" by a lady I don't know. I recommend the Austrian potato salad, potato pancakes, red cabbage, kaese spaetzli and venison sausage.

    55555 by Mira W.


  • Andy A.I like the veggie roesti.

    55555 by Andy A.


  • Tricia H.Great schnitzel and mashed potatoes!

    55555 by Tricia H.


  • Stephanie C.Place is AMAZING. Real European food, a bakery w Sachet torte, nut and apple strudels, a grocery, a cosmetics counter, a bar w live music . . . And good food. Nice.

    55555 by Stephanie C.


  • Meg B.Get the Reuben, you won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Meg B.


  • Ed R.The bar and restaurant is past the grocery in the front. Have a few liters and buy some delicious mustard or other German treat on the way out.

    55555 by Ed R.


  • Samantha Jo W.Got questions? Ask the shopkeeper/owner. She's not only adorable, but full of knowledge, spunk, and great stories!

    55555 by Samantha Jo W.


  • R.J. K.The german potato soup is just like grandma used to make. With bacon! Tschusse.

    55555 by R.J. K.


  • Joshua C.Don't let him sing to you. Cause then you're stuck.

    33333 by Joshua C.


  • Andy D.Delicious sauteed potatoes!

    55555 by Andy D.


  • Dan B.Best turkey club in town!

    55555 by Dan B.


  • The FeastHoagies are an Italian-American invention, but the 'German Cold Cut Hoagie' here is worth a try. This version piles German luncheon meat and Swiss cheese high on a soft roll.

    55555 by The Feast


  • Otto3 German beers on tap and great Schnitzel! Try the veal...no, seriously!

    55555 by Otto


  • InternsROCK!If you're interning in D.C., grab your wristband from The Washington Center and get 30% off during InternsROCK! June 10-19! Details: http://bit.ly/j2UsOZ

    33333 by InternsROCK!


  • carolyn v.They have hot pretzels for happy hour. Yummy!

    55555 by carolyn v.


  • Angie S.Liters of beer!

    55555 by Angie S.


  • Robert b.They play the 1812 Overture and have a woman that yodels while playing an accordion. Seriously, what other reason do you need to eat here?

    33333 by Robert b.


  • Robert b.Beer? That's nice. Beer is everywhere in the city. But schnitzel, goulash, and spaetzli? Its the kaiser's own food, the Holy Roman Empire right here in downtown D.C.

    55555 by Robert b.


  • Cathleen D.All three beers on draft here are great - be sure to try one!

    55555 by Cathleen D.


  • Marko N.Great German food and beer!

    55555 by Marko N.


  • Jessica L.do get the sausage sampler, with a half liter of beer (or a full one!)

    55555 by Jessica L.


  • Oscar S.Try the German Chocolate Cake... Wunderbar!

    55555 by Oscar S.


  • Ashley C.Gather friends for a round (or 3) of German Steins. Make sure you can handle the hangover the next day!

    55555 by Ashley C.


  • David A.Get a sausage plate - with sauerkraut

    55555 by David A.


  • Emma K.Awesome deli food here and a great selection of german baked goods and candy.

    55555 by Emma K.


  • David T.The best Milanesa sandwich in DC!

    55555 by David T.


  • emilykpTry some of the amazing beer on tap

    55555 by emilykp


  • Peter W.If you love German food, check it out.

    55555 by Peter W.


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