Killmeyer's Old Bavarian Inn

German Restaurant, Bar, and Beer Garden$$$$
Charleston, Staten Island
24 Tips and reviews
  • beer
  • spaten
  • good for dates
  • lively
  • great value
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  • Eater
    EaterJuly 27
    This 19th-century German inn and tavern is worth visiting on its own for the moose heads, carved wooden bar, and oompah band, but it comes alive when the backyard beer garden opens up. Read more
  • Lizzie B.
    Lizzie BordenJanuary 29
    Schnitzel and pretzels
  • Bin Y.
    Bin YangSeptember 28, 2015
    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.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 4, 2014
    This is a great stopping place on your circumnavigational tour of Staten Island. Read more
  • Matt P.
    Matt PortoAugust 1, 2014
    Soooo many beers very cool spot to eat outside
  • Karen V.
    Karen VelasquezJuly 19, 2014
    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.
    Downvoted Jun 30
  • Sean
    SeanMarch 26, 2014
    Rouladen is traditional yumminess. Beer selection is great too.
  • Scott G.
    Scott GilroyJune 21, 2013
    Beer Garden!
  • Rich S.
    Rich StrypeNovember 24, 2012
    Get the beer stick!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceMay 31, 2012
    A carved oak bar and a fenced backyard? Get some use out of these brilliant features during the summer.
  • DJ A.
    DJ AndersenMarch 24, 2012
    Optimator. Epic name. Epic beer.
  • Jason 6.
    Jason 64128February 22, 2012
    Established ca. 1855-1865. Upstairs inn & mahogany bar added 1890. Continuously operated under different ownership ever since. One of the highlights of Staten Island.
  • Chad S.
    Chad SchafferSeptember 13, 2011
    Beer is good...... food so.....schaffers has it beat
  • Brew York
    Brew YorkAugust 29, 2011
    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.
  • Jillian R.
    Jillian RoseJuly 31, 2011
  • Denise D.
    Denise DavilaJuly 11, 2011
    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.
  • Gaudiness
    GaudinessMay 20, 2011
    Beer Garden is OPEN! ;)
  • Andrew P.
    Andrew PierceMay 18, 2011
    If you like guiness try Xingu it's delicious.
  • Craig G.
    Craig GellermanApril 9, 2011
    Great food but the service is really slow. Be prepared to sit there for hours!
  • RJ D.
    RJ DingleDecember 5, 2010
    This place sucks! Just not a fun place. It's weird. It's a younger crowd but it's just lame
  • Anna D.
    Anna DNovember 27, 2010
    Leave space for the $1.25 German pretzels. Yum.
  • Anna D.
    Anna DNovember 27, 2010
    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.
  • Bart K.
    Bart KlemensowskiOctober 2, 2010
    Spaten octoberfest is the shit
  • Ed S.
    Ed SappinDecember 1, 2009
    Great beers on tap and good wurst. Skip the dried out Wienerschnitzel
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