The littlest wigga bar in Texas
i've been to every bar in north san antonio and this is easily one of the worst. enough for me to create an account on this site solely to write a review for it. when you walk in, every single person in the bar (like 20) will turn and look at you, this shows how bored everybody is. it's one of those places where if you're a regular it could be fun, which i can appreciate, but the negatives outweigh the positives still. the fact it is named after a german soldier and has the iron cross plastered on the front makes me wonder about it's intentions, but i understood as soon as i walked in. every single person there was white (i'm white so i have no problem with that, but my mexican friend said it felt weird) which is a near impossible feat to pull off in san antonio. the worst part of this is for the 30 minutes we were there (we sipped a beer and took a shot each while playing darts), the ONLY music that was played on the jukebox was gangster rap. not even hip hop, or club music, or regular rap, just GANGSTER rap. it was a sad, sad joke filled with self conflictions. another annoying aspect, was that one of the bartenders was a guy (yeah, one of those places). the only reason i give this hole-in-the-wall 2 stars instead of 1 is because the female bartender had great cleavage and was very cordial and talkative. prices are average, not bad but not great.