Overall this was a unique fun experience. I suppose the beer hall is reminiscent of one in Munich, but it reminded me of some of the larger restaurant/clubs in Vermont with the heavy timber construction, the band playing on stage, and the bar with an assortment of taps in the middle of it all. We seen Cold Spring Harbor, the Billy Joel revue and the music was excellent.
The food overall was very good. For appetizers we had the sliders, little hamburgers that were served with bacon and cheese on a pretzel roll and were some of the best I ever had, I also had the Hungarian Goulash which was good, but a bit too much paprika resulting in a gritty texture. The Jaeger Schnitzel was very good as well, but a bit on the smaller side. I was disappointed that the Rindsrouladen was not on the beer garden menu but showed it was on their website. The Bratwurst was excellent, probably the best I ever had. The red cabbage and Spaetzle were also very good as side dishes.
This is what it is all about. The experience of different German tap beers flowing by the pitcher which is refreshing and unfortunately not available in most restaurants. Beer could've a little colder.
Service was average for tavern atmosphere. We were automatically charged 20% on our bill for a party of eight which I think is wrong.
Great--very unique and would go back just for the experience again.
The combination of value, ambiance, and good quality food and spirits was excellent.
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