Stroll downtown in the village of New Glarus and it’s as if you’ve been transplanted to Old World Switzerland. Chalet-style storefronts and a quaint hillside church set the stage for the Glarner Stube, a Swiss restaurant with carved-wood decor, a hammered-copper-topped bar and a community feeling inside. Diners start with a stein of beer and a chewy landjaeger sausage, both from nearby producers, then order pork schnitzel or veal kalburwurst or maybe a bubbly cheese fondue. Whatever the choice, locals know not to skip the roesti, a crusty golden round of butter-fried grated potatoes with onions and melty Swiss cheese throughout.
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