Both spring and soccer season are in full swing, which means that it's time to head to the city's German beer halls for some communal revelry, large-screen sports watching, liter steins of beer, and hearty snacks. Below you'll find our favorite German beer halls in the city.
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Photo courtesy Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban Time to drink some beer, ja!We've got beer on the brain, and not just because Brooklyn Pour is coming up. No, we're getting excited for Oktoberfest, which begins this coming Saturday and which will last through early October. In the sausage-a ... More >>
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Karl Peterson bought a whole floor on East 10th Street between C and D for $127,000 in 1995, and has a goatee. A few years ago, the New York Post reports, Peterson figured he'd buy the ground floor of the same building, make a killing on his old apartment, then go for brewskis at Zum Schneider. But ... More >>