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Doylestown Stammtisch

If you have Nutella in your closet and speak German then you have found the right site!

Doylestown hat jetzt seinen eigenen Stammtisch. Wir sind eine gemischte Gruppe aus Deutschen/Amerikanern, die es geniessen, auf Deutsch miteinander zu schwaetzen. Get together with local people who are interested in speaking German. Freshen up your German in a fun way, by having informal conversations with friendly people.

For those new to the Stammtisch experience, no worries. Stammtisch is open to anyone at any level of proficiency in German. The point is informal conversation in a relaxed atmosphere with native and non-native speakers. To facilitate this, the amerikanische "du" rule is always in effect. That is, everyone is on a first-name basis and addresses one another with the informal "du", rather than "Sie," in order remove any anxieties or misunderstandings that may come up.

This event is free - pay only for what you order. Please be prepared to pay with cash, as often it is not an option to get separate checks. Should that be the case, please be vigilant of what you order and how much you leave for tip, so that others aren't left paying more than necessary. If you can't find us, ask the staff and they should be able to direct you.

Stammtisch is a very informal event: people come and go when they wish. If you arrive and no one is there, you may just be the first person to arrive. Have a seat and hang out for a bit!


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  • Bernd F.

    I also added a very positive comment about the Gardenville Hotel, but unfortunately it didn't post below.

    July 19, 2013

  • Bernd F.

    We had a great time, as always.

    July 19, 2013

  • Betsy N.

    John and I had a great time at the G-ville Hotel. The conversation, as always, was lively and fun. What better way to explore the nuances of German and English than with friends over great food? I was glad to find the expanded parking area just below the Ferry Rd hotel parking area offering lots of parking for everyone.

    1 · July 19, 2013

  • Jen H

    Well-we certainly had lots of room, no problem getting a table, and the noise level was perfect for hearing one another. Food was excellent too. I'd say the G-ville is definitely worth considering as an alternate to the Farm House.

    July 19, 2013

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