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  • German
  • 39 Grove St, New York NY10014 40.732802 -74.004419
  • (At Bleecker St)
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  • (212) 206-7691
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User Ratings (Based on 55 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.9
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 206-7691
(212) 206-8562
Place Order:
Order From Lederhosen for delivery & takeout
Corporate Accounts Happy Hour Mon-Thu: 4pm-7pm Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc ($20 Min)
Mon: 4pm-11pm Tue-Sat: 12pm-12am Sun: 1pm-10pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Bar Scene, Fireplace, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Private Parties, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by TheLizard on 07/31/2005

    Please Don't Change

    Thank god it is on a side street, this little secret is bound to get out. The owner (really cool dude) was in business relationship with the germans up in midtown. The beer, SUPER, the price SUPER SUPER. 1 Liter for $8.50 - GOD's GIFT to NYC beerlovers, please do not change that. I like Zum on Ave C, but it is almost twice the price for beer and the crowd there mostly are amateurs. The food, 6 or so different wursts, excellent. Get Spatan Opt on tap though and 1 more weisse at least on tap. Will visit again with Friends to show off. We loved it. The paintings on the wall are weird though. I would do something more Bavarian or in tune with Germany.

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by KC on 07/12/2005

    Highly Recommended

    This restaurant has it all, quaint and relaxed atmosphere, excellent food and the price - wow - really a great deal. I would definitely go back there again. AND I would highly recommend it to everyone.

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by food4thought on 06/29/2005

    My Mom couldn't do a better job

    What great place! After living in NYC for 5 years and being tired of the hipster crowds at the 2 other 'real' german places in the city, I was pleasantly surprised to see this little authetic place open up. The food is real (I am German) and what I ordered, the Jaegerschnitzel, tasted exactly how I expected it to. No flaws, unbelievable beer prices and a great unpretencious atmosphere make this one my new favorite! Hope they last and aren't swallowed up by trendsters.

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by Surprised! on 06/06/2005

    A nice treat on a hot day

    A couple months back a friend and I decided to search for a German food place. All I had expressed interest in had an outrageously priced menu and the reviews stated that the food and service were awful. Flash to this past weekend, the same friend and I were walking in the village and, to our surprise, a new German restaurant was right there. We glanced at the menu (which seemed to be fairly affordable) and took the chance. In the back dining area there was only one other table of two, which left the place empty. However it was also 3:30pm on a Sunday. The waitress (who I also assume was the owner) seemed to be west German (based on accent and the decor). She was very polite and responded to me in German when I offered my little bit of the language. I ordered a Lederhosen Burger deluxe and a Radler (my favorite from Germany). While the food took longer than it should have (30 min wait-not too bad) for there only being us and two others, the food was fantastic. You could tell that while the cook took his time, he took it for a reason. The Burgers were perfectly cooked, with perfect spices and the potatoes were amazing as well. My radler tasted as though I was back in Deutschland, and the waitress was courteous and also put on the "Best of Nena" at my request for 99 Luftballons (cliche, but it felt very homey to hear it again.) For my friend and I to have a good meal with drinks, the bill came to 20.05 and we tipped 5 bucks for the service. While it wasn't the speediest service, we were not in a rush and the waitress had probably some of the best manners I have seen in NYC in the logest time. I reccomend this place highly for those who love german food and german atmosphere! Tschuess und guten apetit!

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by firefightersmh on 06/01/2005

    A bit of Bavaria in the West Village

    A truly authentic Bavarian Bier and Wurst haus on Grove Street off Bleeker in the West Village. I worked in Germany during the late 80's and the food and atmosphere here at Lederhosen measures up. Some of the best home style german food I've had in years, and inexpensive too! The noisy bar area is separated from the dining area in the rear. Strictly casual is the rule hear with a friendly and eclectic assortment of visitors and locals drinking at the bar.

  • Lederhosen

    Posted by Bauzen on 05/22/2005


    Having just opened its doors to business, Lederhosen is already one of my favorite places in NYC. The service is friendly and make you feel at home on the couches by their fireplace. The selection of German Beer is OUTSTANDING and it's served in an optional liter mug. The sausauge combo included three sausauges (I prefer the bratwurst), 2 kinds of kraut (sour and red cabbage), and german fries (much like homefries). For a midnight meal, it was inexpensive and it complimented my generous liter of beer.

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