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Radegast Hall & Biergarten

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  • Austrian, Eastern European
  • 113 N 3rd St, Brooklyn NY11211 40.716605 -73.961692
  • (At Berry St)
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  • (718) 963-3973
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User Ratings (Based on 7 reviews)

2.865
Food 3.3 Value 2.4
Service 1.9 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(718) 963-3973
Website:
www.radegasthall.com
Notes:
Bar open until 4am
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 4pm-2am Sat-Sun: 12pm-2am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Live Entertainment, Bar Scene, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by vasian25 on 05/29/2012

    Great place for drinks and friends

    I went there yesterday to celebrate my boyfriend's birthday. Great place to hang with friends and drinks. The sausages was good finger foods. Awesome atmosphere! Check it out

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by Local on 12/05/2011

    Two kitchens?

    Sort of weak in the explanation. Ordered from the grill and then was aware of more-formal menu / kitchen. Also, get the kaiser off the wall. He was America's enemy and for some of us, well, it's sort of like hanging a picture of Stalin on a wall - totally inappropriate.

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2010

    Best burger ever!

    I know that sounds strange, I didn't go in expecting to have a burger but when I saw it on the grill I couldn't resist. It was seriously the best burger I've ever had, ever! Try it!

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by Williamsburger on 01/31/2010

    Atmosphere

    Fantastic atmosphere. Some may not like the idea of sharing a long table with strangers, but I relish the thought. This place does a really great job taking you out of NYC. The beer selection is great and the are often specials that you should ask about. The sausages are delicious but definitely overpriced. Expect to pay 9 dollars for a sausage that comes with fries that taste like they were left over from a school cafeteria. The waitress that I encountered was very rude. She literally tossed our check onto the table at without so much as a glance of thanks. I refuse to tip for that kind of service. Expect bad service, but definitely go for the beer and sausages.

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by dikamba on 08/12/2009

    not a garden but good beer and food

    well i was expecting outdoors.crazy loud. good for groups. good beer selection and great sausages although on the pricey bit. especially dinner entrees that i don't know why you would eat there for the full entree prices instead of a proper restaurant. very young crowd. but good for a quick bite and good beer

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/05/2008

    For a good time with friends

    I had a great time here last Saturday night. I was with a group of friends for one of our birthdays. The place reminded me of beer halls in Austria and Germany where I have spent a lot of time - and i'm half Austrian. This place succeeds in capturing a very authentic feel... I also found the crowd to be very unpretentious - always a good thing in new york city.

  • Radegast Hall & Biergarten

    Posted by Jeff on 01/03/2008

    overpriced and rude

    "Good beer (of course), and decent food, but here's why this place stinks and is a disappointment: * they don't put the beer prices on the beer menu, and as you might expect, a liter stein of a simple beer like Kolsch will set you back 14 bucks, almost as much as a wiener schnitzel. I can only imagine what some of the more complex brews cost...but you better not ask your waitress unless you can deal with her rude reaction * I prefer potato dumplings with my wiener schnitzel, NOPE - absolutely no substitutions, you can only have mashed potatoes with your schnitzel. Are you kidding me? I'm paying 16 bucks for a schnitzel and I can't get the potato dumplings? Pray tell, why? Is it too complicated for you to manage? I mean there are only like 6 items on your menu? * attitude - to match the strict rules, the waitresses seem to have pretty serious attitudes conclusion? I'd pass...not worth it."

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