A Twist on an Old Favorite: National Pretzel Day Wednesday, April 26 at Bavarian Inn Restaurant



A Twist on an Old Favorite: National Pretzel Day Wednesday, April 26 at Bavarian Inn Restaurant

The Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn Restaurant served more than 18,000 pretzels to its guests last year, so celebrating National Pretzel Day is a natural for this landmark establishment.

Michigan on Main Bar and Grill has a special deal

A Twist on an Old Favorite: National Pretzel Day Wednesday, April 26 at Bavarian Inn RestaurantThey’re portable, dippable, can be stuffed with cheese or enjoyed with your favorite pint of beer. What are they? Pretzels, of course! The average American consumes 1.5 pounds of pretzels each year, clearly showing they’re one of America’s favorite snacks.

To celebrate National Pretzel Day, Wednesday, April 26, the Bavarian Inn Restaurant is offering a beer and pretzel special at its Michigan on Main Bar and Grill. That day, guests can enjoy a large soft pretzel along with one of the bar and grill’s extensive selection of Michigan craft beers for just $8. Cheesy pretzels are available for only 50 cents more.

The Bavarian Inn served more than 18,000 pretzels to its guests last year.

National Pretzel Day originated in Pennsylvania when Governor Ed Rendell, whose state boasts an abundance of German family pretzel bakers, declared it an official observance in 2003.

Michigan on Main Bar and Grill inside the Bavarian Inn Restaurant is a casual and contemporary dining space showcasing Michigan-sourced food along with Michigan craft-brewed beers, Michigan wines and specialty Michigan cocktails.

For more information on National Pretzel Day at Bavarian Inn Restaurant, call 1-800-BAVARIA or 989-652-9941. You can also visit www.bavarianinn.com and click on “special events.”

Celebrating 125 years of service in 2013, the Bavarian Inn Restaurant has become a Michigan landmark. Generations of diners, lodgers and tourists from around the globe have discovered true Bavarian hospitality thanks to Dorothy and her late husband William “Tiny” Zehnder. Guests experience the old-world European charm of the Bavarian Inn – whether it’s the famous chicken dinners, fresh baked goods or Michigan’s greatest selection of German beer. Bavarian Inn also prides itself on being one of the top consumers of Pure Michigan agricultural products. Nestled within a backdrop of authentic German architecture, a variety of shops and other fun activities, a trip to Frankenmuth would not be complete without a visit to the Bavarian Inn Restaurant. Learn more at www.bavarianinn.com.

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