Every time I visit New York apart from feeling tired, I always find new and fascinating places. That’s what happened to Catherine and her family when they pushed the doors of Radegast Hall & Biergarten, an unexpected place in Williamsburg (Brooklyn).
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How is Radegast Hall & Biergarten?
The place immediately caught our attention with its particular industrial style decoration, amazing outside and inside areas.
There are 2 rooms, one with a relaxed atmosphere, and another that looks like a hangar with long tables.
I really liked it!
What can you eat and drink?
There is a large catalog of beers to choose from, draft and bottled, from almost any country; Italy, Croatia, but mainly from Germany and Belgium.
The restaurant proposes a menu with at least a dozen dishes. There is also the possibility of eating grilled meat, from Hamburgers (with a vegetarian option) to different German sausages served in hot dog bread that can be accompanied with French fries. Everything is delicious! But be careful, the portions are generous and half of a dish may be enough.
A special mention to the Angus Burger!
How was the service?
Radegast, lives up to the Slavic mythological God thanks to his hospitality. His name means “protector of travelers”, and they really make you feel at home. The waiter has sat at our table to give us advice with the menu, and the people working on the grill provide a great service.
What kind of clientele goes to the Biergarten?
We went during the week and at noon, we were a bit alone…
Please note that no minors are not permitted after 8pm.
What is the good plan for this restaurant?
Outside there is a poster announcing concert dates, and I think that on those nights the atmosphere must be better. You can check the calendar of events here.
If you visit this place on a Tuesday, for $ 17 you can have a liter of Pilsner Urquell and a pretzel.
Where is the Radegast Hall & Biergarten?
The restaurant is located in Williamsburg, at the corner of 3rd st. and Berry.
Address: 113 N 3rd Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11249.
As you can see, I loved that place, with a touch of authenticity. Do not hesitate to go for a beer or more!