|Keeping Oktoberfest Alive|
While Oktoberfest technically ended yesterday, that doesn't mean that the beer-drinking, Würstel-eating fun has to come to an end. It is only October 5th after all.
To keep the Oktoberfest feeling alive - and to give you an excuse to drink some more beer - we've rounded up a list of some of the best beer gardens around to celebrate the German festival. Some of these are old favorites and others are newcomers, but all them will have you raising your mug and saying "Prost!"
29-19 4th Ave., Astoria Queens; 718-274-4925, bohemianhall.com
This Astoria classic proudly claims to be the "last remaining original beer garden in New York City." It's long history is only rivaled by its long list of Czech and local beers.
7 Rivington St.; 212-253-7077, loreleynyc.com
This Lower East Side German spot offers up a dozen beers on tap and a menu full of German classics, like bratwurst, schnitzel and liverwurst - yum!
848 Washington St.; 212-645-4646, standardhotels.com
Der Schwarze Kolner
710 Fulton St., Fort Greene, Brooklyn; 347-841-4495, ex49.com/dsk
Pretzels, pickles and Bavarian cheeses are on the menu at this Brooklyn beer garden, which has 18 German draught beers.
113 N. 3rd St.. Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-963-3973, radegasthall.com
Thirteen draft beers, along with everything from strudel to goulash, are available at this Brooklyn locale. Plus, there are $5 half-liter daily special beers.
35-33 36th St., Long Island City, Queens; 718-383-1001, studiosquarenyc.com
Queens local can get there Ocktoberfest fix at this beer garden, which has bratwursts and...sushi?
88 Liberty View Dr., Jersey City; 201-721-8888, zeppelinhall.com
This massive spot in New Jersey has a spacious outdoor area and plenty of room inside (in case of rain) where you can sip on one of their 35 beers on tap.
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