Jeff and I were recently on Lincoln Road after checking out a certain (disappointing) convention that had come to town and decided to give South Beach's branch of Germany's most famous beer garden another shot. What a turn of events! There must be a very long German word for "wow, this restaurant used to suck, have unprofessional staff, lousy service and all of a sudden it's awesome".
We were greeted cheerfully by two lovely young German hostesses who seated us immediately. Our drink orders were taken not 2 minutes after that by a poised young German man with an accent that reassured us that HB Haus had received a shot of authentic discipline straight from Deutschland. Our beers came out fresh and cold in another 2 minutes, after which our dinner orders were jotted down with a nod and more smiling.
We had barely had time to work on the liter of beer we each had in front of us and enjoy some Lincoln Road people watching, when our dinners came to the table. You know the service is good when you don't think about the fact that you are waiting to be served. All around, it was a great experience.
By the way, this is an actual German word, which means "beef labeling oversight transfer law" - Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz