Since 1961, German immigrant Karl Kuby and family have been operating their authentic import grocery, butcher shop and restaurant in Park Cities. Whether you’re searching for a juicy bratwurst, imported mustard or even a German gossip magazine, Kuby’s is the place to find it. The rather rustic interior captures an Old World market feel: A tiny room housing the grocery contains a meat counter, a baked goods display and overflowing shelves stocked with all sorts of imported candies, lotions, CDs, special sauces and spices that have been shipped in from overseas. A second room seats diners enjoying potato pancakes, veal and different varieties of sausage: weiss
(white), brat (pork) or wiener (beef) in the styles of several Eastern European nations (Poland’s kielbasa, for example). Although a German establishment, Kuby’s beat out the competition for The Dallas Morning News
’ blind taste test of Italian sausages, with their sweet and hot recipes.
"Everyone loves Kuby's, and between the stony-faced seniors sitting side by side on the banquette in the window and the grade-school kids happily bouncing on their stools at the counter, the place fills up, sometimes very early."
— Leslie Brenner, The Dallas Morning News