Saturday, September 19, 2015 - Saturday, October 31, 2015
Just like in Munich, their Oktoberfest will begin Saturday, September 19. Unlike Munich, Killmeyer's will milk this until the weather forces them back inside and the beer garden closes for the season. They will try to make it to Halloween!
Fussball at Zum: Euroqualification for 2016 @ Manhattan - Zum Schneider | HD projector screen in the big room and a large LCD HD screen in the small room. DJ Volka Racho playing Fussball anthems.
Oktoberfest at Loreley @ Manhattan - Loreley | 17-day festival of beer and brats with an Oktoberfest Party complete with free beer, a pig roast and German music.
Oktoberfest at Edi & the Wolf @ Manhattan - Edi & the Wolf | Visit Edi & the Wolf to celebrate Oktoberfest where you can enjoy our house-made Käsekrainer Sausage alongside a special Oktoberfest Hofbräu beer.
Oktoberfest at Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn @ Staten Island - Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn | Just like in Munich, their Oktoberfest will begin Saturday, September 19. Unlike Munich, Killmeyer's will milk this until the weather forces them back inside and the beer garden closes for the season. They will try to make it to Halloween!
BB and the Polkahaus @ Manhattan - Bierhaus NYC | No cover charge. Come and join the band as they work their way through the German and American songbook with all your favourites, oompah-style!
Oktoberfest at Pilsener Haus - Hoboken @ Hoboken, NJ - Pilsener Haus | The chef is offering a special, traditional Oktoberfest menu all month, including: Roasted Suckling Pig sauerkraut, pretzel dumplings, oven-baked Käseschnitte and more
Munich on the East River 2015 @ Zum Schneider at Solar One | Zum Schneider's Oktoberfest always promises to be the real thing and welcomes all those who wish to celebrate German/Bavarian beer, food, music and culture.
Long Island: Great Beer Expo @ Belmont Park Racetrack | About 50 breweries from around the world gather to pass out samples of more than 100 beers
Housed in an old mill, the Black Forest Restaurant serves authentic German cuisine.
Old Heidelberg brings authentic German cuisine to the northern reaches of Fairfield County.
A new tavern in Carrol Gardens serving a variety of German and Italian brews, plus Italian/Germanic-inspired food, plus specialty pizza inspired by the flavors of Northern Italy.
Introducing Berry Park, a massive barn with a roof deck built for one reason and one reason only: marathon rooftop German beer drinking.
Chef-owner Paul Goebert's (Max & Moritz) South Slope version of a traditional Viennese bar and cafe.
Der Kommissar offers a Brooklyn twist on an Austrian institution, the Würstelstand. A little bit of Vienna to 5th Ave in Park Slope
Fort Greene's first beergarden with 18 German brews on tap and another 20 by bottle.
The cuisine Eurocentric with a wide variety of German dishes such as Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Pretzel, etc; most of the beers are German.
Prime Meats based in Brooklyn, NY is a farm to table restaurant that sticks to German tradition when it comes to making sausages.
Heated Beer garden all year round, great selection of German bottled beers
Since 2007, owners Fred and Amber Urban together with their son and manager Richard Urban, bring authentic German cuisine to Brooklyn.
The 6,000-square-foot beer hall features a wood-burning oven and a marble bar
Great selection of imported German bottled beers
A fun, casual restaurant in Hawthorne, New Jersey, serving Sauerbraten, Bratwurst, Knockwursts, Weisswursts, Schnitzels and more.
Chef Harald Sterk was born and educated in culinary arts in Germany. As a new proprietor of Black Forest Mill he aims to provide you with the great family dining.
Helmer's dignified bar is lined with old-world mirrors and polished mahogany, a tin ceiling, and high wooden booths. Displayed are German figurines, beer steins and a cuckoo clock.
Authentic European style Biergarten, which is a huge restaurant with both indoor and outdoor spaces where hundreds of guests gather under the trees and stars to drink beer, eat and socialize.
Brewery and German-style restaurant on Long Island
A family owned and operated establishment that is one of Long Island's mainstays of German Continental Fare. Catering also available.
A modern German restaurant and indoor Biergarten specializing in authentic German food and fresh beer, featuring over 25 German beers.
Serving German-Contintal Cuisine including Wursts, Schnitzels and Sauerbraten.
Great German food and good selection of German draft and bottled beer; Biergarten in the summer
Fresh seafood and German cuisine.
The Village Lanterne manages to be unabashedly Old World German, and yet not come off as out-of-date.
Now you can enjoy a clean and refreshing HB Traunstein Pilsener, or a full bodied, smooth Schneider Weisse - only 50 steps away from the beach!
Established since 2012 in Manhattan, this Alsatian winstub serves the best "Flammkuchen" in New York!! Authentic, homemade, they even have a traditional wood burning oven and a private garden on the location midtown.
Austrian born Albert Trummer - an internationally acclaimed cocktail artist, meticulously blends fresh fruits, botanicals and secret elixirs. he refers to himself as an "apothéker", someone who uses herbs and botanicals to create medicines and elixirs.
Traditional German menu littered with dishes like pretzels, schnitzel, and spaetzle. German beer fiends will find plenty to love, too -- Bavaria boasts two bars in the bi-level space, which will pour 24 German beers on draft.
The prime restaurant location for visitors to the Brooklyn Academy of Music has changed hands but remains in a Germanic mode
Harlem's first "beer garden" with several German beers on draft and in bottles.
The world famous Munich brew Hofbräu will be the exclusive beer on tap at Bierhaus NYC right in midtown Manhattan; they are also serving German/Austrian cuisine and the usual liquors. Occasionally, they will be having live music and dance groups.
Austrian food by top chef Kurt Gutenbrunner; serving Blutwurstgröstl, Kavalierspitz and quark dumplings.
Cafe d'alsace brings to the upper east side a unique cuisine. Alsacien food is a reflection of the German and French heritages of the region, dishes are generous and conforming.
The Austrian bar features Austrian wine and German beer, which can be gulped down with meats and cheeses and homemade pickles, or traditional fare like goulash.
A creation of Kurt Gutenbrunner & Francis Reynard - an elegant Austrian panorama of fine Austrian cuisine and beverages in SoHo.
The Neue Galerie's café, which bears the name of galerie co-founder Serge Sabarsky.
Swiss Cafe; serves Bircher Müsli and Schnitzel (veal cutlet)
The food is inspired by the grandmothers of the owners, Evie Polesny and chef Arpad Galvacs, hailing from Germany, Czech Republic, Poland and Austria.True Village, Old World Style. Happy Hour every singe Day from noon til 7 pm
New Austrian Wine Tavern by Seäsonal partners and Viennese expats Eduard Frauneder (aka Edi) and Wolfgang Ban (the Wolf).
Elderberry Catering is a New York City based company with a distinct European flair imparted by its three executive chefs who hail from Austria.
Hallo Berlin offers "Berliner lunch specials": wurst or traditional German fish dishes like rollmops but also wiener schnitzel and koenigsberger klopse.
The cuisine reflects the German, French and Swiss influences of France's Alsace region, with a menu that includes cheese fondues and regional specialties such as short-rib sauerbraten.
The last authentic German restaurant in New York's fabled Yorkville neighborhood.
This inviting basement brew bar has a gourmet secret. In addition to dark-wood tables, beer regalia, and 50 brands of mostly German, Belgian and Brooklyn suds, the dive has a tiny hot-plate-equipped kitchen turning out seasonal, locavore grub.
An authentic German bar, with a menu that includes a hearty selection of Wurst: Knackwurst, Bauernwurst, Weisswurst, Bratwurst, Currywurst and Kielbasa.
A biergarten modeled after the brewpubs of Cologne.
Swiss-French and Swiss-German cuisines come together in a menu rarely seen in the States.
A strange but savory mix of tropical fruit and German wurst.
Located in a building once known as Sammy's Bowery Follies, a popular cabaret in the 1940's and 50's. Authentic Paulaner beers brewed on-site will be served with contemporary cuisine reflecting the flavors of Bavaria.
Good German food, draft & bottled beer
Munich in Midtown; bratwurst, beer and giants pretzels
A rustic atmosphere with authentic German fare, open since 1965. The inner décor is extravagantly dressed to reflect the changing seasons throughout the year.
It's a truck - and now also a restaurant - serving the famous lightly breaded thin cutlet. Find the current location on their blog
Hand-rolled soft German-style pretzels; traditionally salted als well as offered with interesting flavors like jalapeno cheddar, gruyere paprika or garlic parsley.
With beer and sausages aplenty, this place is nicely located on the High Line.
Guests will be transported to early 20th-century Europe in the rustic yet elegant space, recalling the 1949 film noir of the same name set in Vienna, starring Orson Welles.
The Upholstery Store is an intimate wine bar serving a variety of wines by the glass and by the bottle; located just around the corner if Wallse, it also an venue of Austrian chef Kurt Gutenbrunner
By Austrian-born bartender and mixologist Albert Trummer
An innovative European concept serving made-to-order hand tossed pizzas, fresh, house-made pasta and hand tossed gourmet salads
While decidedly elegant, Chef Gutenbrunner avoided the hype associated with many New York restaurants.
Jim Botsacos offers up enhanced biergarten bites - the Bavarian touchstones are accounted for (schnitzel,) and Schofferhofer Grapefruit ($6), which sips as sweet as the red-orange fruit nectar itself.
The East Village's token German eatery steeped in modern biergarten spirit.
The Bavarian Garden offers a tantalizing selection of authentic German and American Cuisine. Why travel to Europe? Come experience fine dining in an old world atmosphere. No passport required!
Beergarden with Schnitzel, Gulasch, sausages and 20 beers on tap und music
The aroma of hearty German dishes will stimulate your appetite and take you back to the essence of good old-fashioned family dining.
A country inn and restaurant converted from a 1865 summer boarding house.
Bohemian Hall has been serving beer and food since 1910 - it is the oldest Beer Garden in New York City.
Red drapes, copper mirrors and stuffed birds adorn the interesting restaurant and bar, where German food and beer are the main focus.
Catering hall for all occasions; owned and operated by the Gottscheer Relief Organisation
Small but authentic German restaurant/bar, is conveniently located in The Shops at Atlas Park in Glendale, Queens.
The concept of "Max Bratwurst und Bier " is to bring people together, not only for a family-style ambiance, but for a place where everyone no matter of age, can come and have a German meal, paired with imported beers and lots of fun, for a great price.
Huge beer garden with assorted German beers (Franziskaner & Spaten) and sausages.
Authentic, traditional German cuisine in a cozy Bavarian Inn setting.
Homemade Black Forest, Bienenstich, Furst Puckler, Stollen and many other delicious old world German & European goodies
German - Continental Cuisine & Maultaschen
Enjoy authentic German dinner in the main dining room, host a small get together in the private party room or listen to music in our large outdoor Beer Garden.
German restaurant on Staten Island; The extensive menu includs all the German staples such as several different typs of schnitzels, Schweinshaxe, potato dumplings.
Owner and chef of Sebastian's Schnitzelhaus, Krystyna W., offers authentic German cuisine in a friendly and warm environment appealing to all ages.