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Loreley Brooklyn

Map & Directions 64 Frost St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Austrian, European, German
  • Sun-Thu 12pm-1am, Fri 12pm-2am, Sat 12pm-3am
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wifi Access
  • Beer, Wine
  • No Parking

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  • AskMen on 06/11/10

    The menu is pan-German with a heavy focus on southern cuisine, nods to the north, & lighter options like the mixed salad. Draught beers include Koelsch from Gaffel & Reissdorf, Hofbraeu Maibock & more

  • Thrillist on 08/26/10

    This no-nonsense Old World bier hall's got 12 rotating, oft-seasonal taps to fill out half- and full-liter steins. Try their specialty Gaffel.

  • Metromix on 06/14/10

    Check out a dozen rotating German beers on tap. Hungry? The Bavarian equivalent of the dirty water dog, currywurst, is one of NYC's best.

  • Michael E. on 10/29/10

    They have German beer at this bar.

  • AskMen on 11/18/11

    Beer-garden-wise, we hope we're not stepping on any toes, but Loreley Williamsburg is our spot. A pan-German menu & Bavarian beers are what makes this a classic.

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