Popping up from the farmers' fields about halfway between Waterloo and Valmeyer, Dreamland Palace occupies an 1875-vintage building that once served as a tavern, general store and post office at a stagecoach stop for folks traveling to and from the mighty Mississippi. The space is crowded with clocks and tapestries and such but not overly kitschy, and owners Mike and Joan Lang have parlayed Joan's family recipes into a pleasing menu of German favorites.

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Popping up from the farmers' fields about halfway between Waterloo and Valmeyer, Dreamland Palace occupies an 1875-vintage building that once served as a tavern, general store and post office at a stagecoach stop for folks traveling to and from the mighty Mississippi. The space is crowded with clocks and tapestries and such but not overly kitschy, and owners Mike and Joan Lang have parlayed Joan's family recipes into a pleasing menu of German favorites.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, cash, check

Parking: Lot Available, Street


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Casual attire


Extra Info: Gift shop open.

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