Schnitzel and pretzels
Check out the seasonal brews; start with the Flammkuchen (German bacon and onion thin pizza), proceed to Farmer's Feast (warning, butt load of food), and finish with an apple strudel.
Soooo many beers very cool spot to eat outside
Not worth the trip for reheated spaetzle, red cabbage over-cooked at 2pm? And food sugared-up? Can u say 'yesterday's left overs'? Dissapointed.
Rouladen is traditional yumminess. Beer selection is great too.
Get the beer stick!
A carved oak bar and a fenced backyard? Get some use out of these brilliant features during the summer.
Optimator. Epic name. Epic beer.
Established ca. 1855-1865. Upstairs inn & mahogany bar added 1890. Continuously operated under different ownership ever since. One of the highlights of Staten Island.
Beer is good...... food ....so so.....schaffers has it beat
While not exactly a mecca like the faux beer gardens people are flocking to, this one is the real deal, and serves German cuisine and beer to boot.
Great for beer, not so great for food. For better German I prefer Nurnberger. However the beer garden is a nice outdoor space with a decent selection of beer available.
Beer Garden is OPEN! ;)
If you like guiness try Xingu it's delicious.
Great food but the service is really slow. Be prepared to sit there for hours!
This place sucks! Just not a fun place. It's weird. It's a younger crowd but it's just lame
Leave space for the $1.25 German pretzels. Yum.
Look down! The bricks you see at the entrance are original to "kreischerville," the name associated with the area's 1800's heritage. One Kreischer mansion remains nearby.
Spaten octoberfest is the shit
Great beers on tap and good wurst. Skip the dried out Wienerschnitzel