German Village is filled with coffee shops, bakeries, upscale and casual restaurants all throughout the brick lined streets of this historic neighborhood. Schmidt’s Restaurant und Sausage Haus is a German eatery passed down for generations and is located in a historic livery stable featuring live music. Check out Pistacia Vera, Stauf's Coffee Roasters or Fox in the Snow for some of the best coffee and pastries you'll find in the city. During the summer months, walk up to the window at Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams for a scoop (or two) of this unique ice cream. For upscale dining, check out Barcelona, offering Spanish paella and tapas and a nice patio or G. Michaels, located in a wood and brick trimmed building with low-country pork and seafood. Skillet is the hotspot for hyper-local, hyper-delicious and hyper-filling breakfasts and brunches. For a participatory experience, head to The Kitchen where they'll help you cook your own dinner in a fun and stylish environment.