German Continental Cuisine

   Black Forest Inn

Methods of preparation, handling and service of food preclude the Black Forest Inn from any guarantee

that any menu item is completely and entirely allergen-free.

                  Our Hours

Wed, Thu & Fri:  11:30 AM - 2:00 PM

              5:00—6:30 PM (early Pri Fix Dinner)  & 5:00—10:00 PM (ala Carte)

Saturday: 1:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Sunday:  1:00 - 8:00 PM

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

****When wintry weather is forecast , please call ahead! ***** Premiering Thursday, Jan 18 @ 7PM, a weekly evening Trivia Night! featuring local craft beers! Free to play! Come join us for Good Times with Great Food!***** Our Harvest Game Dinner final date: April 8th! This is a tickets-only sure to call early for yours! *****Planning a Special Event? Consider creating a Custom Menu *** On- & Off- Premises Catering is available for your Parties & Gatherings. Please call or complete the online form for more information. *** Our Friday Night Buffet continues including our First Friday Fresh Seafood and Fish Buffet ***


249 US HWY 206,

Stanhope, NJ  07874

(973) 347-3344


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       Searching for German Food in NJ?

Just over the border from Morris County into Sussex is the Black Forest Inn, a well-established German-Continental restaurant.


       Three generations of the Aichem Family

create and prepare our Menus, which include Seasonal Favorites, Extensive Daily Specialties and of course, our German Standards!

Heinz Aichem is Chef/Proprietor. Heiner Aichem,

his son, is Chef de Cuisine. Heinz’s two grandsons, Heinrich Aichem and Hans-Martin Aichem have both followed their father Heiner in the professional kitchen as Commis Tournant.


On– and off– premises catering is available,

as well as takeout of regular menu items!

Our Menus:



¨   Early Dinner Pri Fix


¨   Main Menu   


¨   Pub Menu


¨   Our Specials



¨   Desserts


¨   Friday Night Buffet


¨   1st Friday Seafood Buffet

  "The Black Forest Inn in Stanhope is the only restaurant in the area  that offers truly authentic German cooking. While many people think of German cuisine as simply wursts, kraut, beer and heavy fare, Germany is situated at the crossroads of Europe and is influenced by the cuisines of all its neighbors. Continental cooking originated in Germany, and its foods reflect French, Italian and eastern European influences."      

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More Information:


¨   Upcoming Holiday Menus


¨   What’s New?/Upcoming Events


¨   Catering & Party Services


¨   Directions to the BFI


¨   Gift Certificates


¨   Our Wines


¨   Our Beers

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