Things to Do in NYC: The Biergarten
This past weekend, we had four birthdays to celebrate.
Sadly, we only had three liters of champagne to help us do so.
Go big or go home, right?
We decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather and head to The Biergarten at The Standard Hotel in New York City.
I spy, with my little eye…
Well, hello there, Mr. Greg. So nice of you to join us.
The Biergarten is located underneath the newly renovated High Line and features a classic German menu complete with sausage, pretzels, and BEER. You pay for your food and beverages using old-school raffle tickets, which you can purchase when you walk in. Each ticket, worth $8, is good for one beer, one pretzel, or two sausages. (Why anyone would waste a ticket on two sausages when you could be drinking a half-liter of beer is beyond me.)
It’s a great place to come with a big group.
The picnic tables provide a great surface for drinking games.
There are only three beers on the menu, and they’re all delicious.
There is outdoor seating.
Their soft pretzels are out of this world. Especially when you’ve got a few liters of beer in you.
There was no house music. We improvised.
(At The Standard Hotel)
848 Washington Street
New York, NY
The Biergarten is open from 4:00PM to 1:00AM Monday through Wednesday; from 2:00PM to 2:00AM Thursday and Friday; from 12:00PM to 2:00AM on Saturday; and from 12:00PM to 1:00AM on Sunday.
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