Austin’s downtown cuisine gets an upgrade with the arrival of Schaller’s Stube.
New York City’s Schaller’s Stube Sausage Bar officially landed in Austin this week with their first food truck on the corner of 3rd Street and Congress Avenue. With a fast menu built from a progressive take on traditional Berlin street food, this counter-service eatery is first introducing a selection of their signature snacks that will diversify over the coming weeks.
As a detached extension of New York’s heritage German butcher shop Schaller & Weber, Schaller’s Stube was conceived by Jeremy Schaller and Jesse Denes as a more contemporary and accessible way to sample the gold-medal meats and charcuterie that the company has been specializing in for over 80 years. As the descriptor suggests, Schaller’s Stube is primarily a sausage bar with unique servings such as their Saigon Special, Po’ Brat, Steuben’s Reuben, and the Chili Willie named after Texas’ own Willie Nelson. It’s Berlin-style street food, seasoned with New York sensibility and served with Texan hospitality.
Operated by managing partners Matt and Angie Neas, this current downtown location is the first outside New York City, and serves as an appetizer to taste what’s to come. Among other moves, Austinites can look forward to a mobile food truck roaming somewhere around the West 6th Street district later this summer; fashioned from a 1942 Studebaker delivery truck and aptly dubbed the “Stube-a-baker”. Follow the Austin Schaller’s Stube on Facebook and Instagram to find out about weekly menu specials, upcoming events and updates on the mobile food truck.
Schaller’s Stube Sausage Bar, 102½ West 3rd St at Congress Ave, Austin, Texas 78701
Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm (or until sold out)
Friday – Saturday: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm & 9:00 pm – 3:00 am