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  • Schnitzel Haus
    7319 Fifth Ave. | Bay Ridge

    Not only does this contemporary Teutonic establishment provide great schnitzels (veal, pork, and chicken), it also excels at sausages. For big appetites, there's a sausage platter containing a... More on Schnitzel Haus »

  • Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn
    4254 Arthur Kill Road | Staten Island

    Near the southernmost point of New York State, located in an old mansion brooding over the Arthur Kill and not far from Tottenville's 1680 stone Conference House, Killmeyer's is a convenient... More on Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn »

  • Schnitzel King
    1720 Coney Island Ave. | Brooklyn

    In the Hall of the Schnitzel King the frying oil bubbles merrily, and into it fly the breaded chicken schnitzels. Fried to crispness, they're deposited on a baguette smeared with a sauce of your... More on Schnitzel King »

  • Zum Stammtisch
    69-46 Myrtle Ave. | Ridgewood

    This German restaurant may indeed be 100 years old. It certainly looks like it with its dark wood decor and ranked beer steins. The name translates to something like "the communal table," and the... More on Zum Stammtisch »

  • DBGB
    299 Bowery | East Village

    Daniel Boulud's most populist restaurant yet is dedicated to homemade sausages and beer. And what sausages! There's boudin Basque, crafted from pork blood and pig's head that forms a black, sticky... More on DBGB »

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  • Lederhosen
    39 Grove St. | West Village

    Named after a pair of gray suede shorts, Lederhosen is the premier downtown beer garden. A mountain mural decorates the back room, in which lederhosen hang from the ceiling, and seating is at... More on Lederhosen »

  • Cafe Katja
    79 Orchard St. | East Village

    You can usually find enthusiastic owner Erwin Schrottner bounding around his tiny cafĂ©, checking up on new customers and chatting with the many regulars. It's rare that the place isn't packed,... More on Cafe Katja »

  • Heidelberg Restaurant
    1648 Second Ave. | East 80s

    Sometimes older simply is better. That's the case with Heidelberg, an antediluvian spot that was planted in Yorkville back in 1939, when German was a common language in this Upper East Side... More on Heidelberg Restaurant »

  • Zum Schneider
    107 Ave. C | East Village

    Try not to get too intoxicated off your liter steins of German beer, or you might not be able to enjoy your meaty bratwurst. In case it wasn't obvious, this place has a bit of a Bavarian vibe.... More on Zum Schneider »

  • Loreley Restaurant
    7 Rivington St. | East Village

    The backyard of this Lower East Side beer garden seems too big to be tucked away on such a narrow stretch of Rivington Street. Walk through the perfectly pleasant dining room, lined with exposed... More on Loreley Restaurant »

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  • Jonah Miller began mapping out plans for a restaurant when he was still a teenager. "Broadly speaking, I grew up in the city, and I knew from a very young age what I wanted to do," he says. "I started working in restaurants at 14." Twelve years later, the chef -- who has spent time behind the burners at Chanterelle, Gramercy Tavern, and Savoy -- is making good on that goal. Huertas (107 First... More on Huertas »

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