12 "German" Restaurants in New York.
Bunny is a family-owned Turkish and German restaurant in Bed-Stuy that you should remember for casual dates or catch-up dinners in the neighborhood.
Enjoy some beef wieners or a pastrami sandwich at Schaller & Weber at The Market Line on the Lower East Side.
Cafe D’Alsace is an Alsatian restaurant on the UES that’s good for a nice meal with your extended family or a drink at the bar.
Rolf’s serves a full menu of heavy German food, but it’s best known for its elaborate, year-round holiday decorations.
Cafe Katja feels like a European tavern, and it’s a good spot on the Lower East Side to get some wiener schnitzel and steins of beer.
Kotti is a German/Turkish counter-service spot with an outpost in Industry City.
If you’re wandering around 37th Street and you suddenly feel the urge to be in an authentic German beer garden, go to Reichenbach Hall.
Bierocracy is a big beer hall that’s close to the 7 and G trains in LIC if your crew is looking for an alternative to Radegast or Houston Hall.
East Harlem Botting Co. is a neighborhood brunch and burger spot to hang out with friends, your kids, or a TV.
Loreley is a traditional-feeling beer garden on the Lower East Side, and it’s a good place to get some day drinking done.
If you're looking for a big spot for day drinking Williamsburg, try Radegast. It can get a little crowded, but maybe that's what you're looking for.