Ur-Top Chef Harold Dieterle puts aside his Asian bag of tricks to embrace a personal heritage of Italian and German blood. Namesake marrow hard to resist, paired up with focaccia, lemon aioli, and ... read more
Sometimes a restaurant opens that makes you wonder, "How did we live without it for so long?" Landbrot is that kind of place. Located in the West Village and LES, this Germany bakery and bar s... read more
Joint mashes up Berlin/Brooklyn, so, antlers and house-smoked meats. On the ball about BAM start times so you won't panic about your potato pancakes and trout coming out. Blue bar to the right for ... read more
The high-class escorts of twisted dough, street pretzels got nothing on these beauts. Plump, Deutsche, and moist, each is hand-coiled by a former Bouley pastry chef. The Alphabet City storefront bu... read more
Two Frankies take their eyes off the boot, look back to Germany and old New York. Good bones in ample evidence, from the tin ceiling to the long, vintage bar to the distressed butcher shop mirror. ... read more
Elegant, modern Austrian is always in season. Midtown spot delivers compelling mix of refinement and home cooking. Scare the bejesus out of your date by pronouncing delicacies like schweinebauch, s... read more
Omigod, we're so rich we'll even spend money on Germanic food! The Gutenbrunner Austrian Empire creeps further downtown via this charming "Blue Goose." Share goulash and strudel around a communal t... read more
Standout museum café was designed to evoke Vienna at the turn of the century, and hoo-eee did they do it up right. Wood paneling, period lighting, and chairs upholstered in fabric from 1912 ... read more
Schnitzel, spaetzle, strudel, and other things that make you phlegmy during the pronunciation. Unrivaled variety of Czech/Austrian beers. Live music or classic flicks come with your late-nite kielb... read more
Fin-de-siècle elegance, haute Austrian cuisine. Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner's five-course tasting menu loaded with innovative alternatives to goulash and strudel basics. Foie gras with vanilla an... read more
The anti-Thor, serving Austrian food with a homey angle. Plenty of wurst, from liverwurst and pickled onion sandwiches, to weisswurst and pretzels or homemade brats. Big portions of salty little sp... read more
A few steps below street level in the heart of the Village lies the most inviting little German joint in the city. Start with a beer boot filled with draft Spaten, Dinkelacker, or Koestritzer Black... read more
New-school Teutonic brings Oktoberfest in July. Happy indoor beer garden. Works better as a bar, confirming that schnitzel, sausage, and kraut were first created because some German genius wanted t... read more
Authentic German resto tucked away in midtown. Wurst is the winner, but fish dishes and classics like weiner schnitzel are also up to par. read more
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...