Staten Island - Nürnberger Bierhaus
German restaurant on Staten Island. The extensive menu includs all the German staples such as several different typs of schnitzels, Schweinshaxe, potato dumplings.
The American owners, Robert and Barbara Kelly, have extensive family ties to Nuernberg, therefore the name. 8 German beers on tap plus 2 American, German wines and of course all different Schnaps.
"Owner Robert Kelly's stein collection lines the walls of Nürnberger Bierhaus, a bustling and warm German restaurant in West Brighton, with 10 beers on tap and a sprawling but largely German menu. There is plenty at Nürnberger Bierhaus that satisfies, much of it at reasonable prices for such hearty portions.
Sausage dishes are the best bets, whether you choose the comparably dainty portion of two plump veal weisswurst, paired with soft pretzels, or the massive "wurstteller mit allem drum & dram," a food coma waiting to happen made up of four varieties of sausage, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut and red cabbage.The restaurant is a welcoming place with a crowd almost every night, a welcome oddity among the restaurants on the Staten Island's north end." - Peter Meehan (The New York Times)