• No Reservations First come, first served.
  • Heated Biergarten
  • Parties » Party decorating, specialty cakes, cake plating fee, etc.
  • Seeking Employment? Radegast Hall & Biergarten conducts interviews and resume drop-offs for all positions on Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm. First come, first seen.

Press & Reviews

  • NewYork Magazine Williamsburg’s Austro-Hungarian beer hall serves a deep selection of imported brews and Hofbräuhaus-style brats one block and half a hemisphere off the Bedford Avenue drag... Click here for more »
  • Wall Street Journal Here's an authentic beer garden that's actually worth the shlep to Williamsburg, an out-of-the-way joint where hundreds of 20-somethings congregate nightly to guzzle hops, pig out on wienerschnitzel, and gyrate to a rotating roster of New Orleans-style and swing bands... Click here for more »
  • Village Voice: Best Beer Garden 2009 The more your beer garden feels like it’s a place where people have been hoisting giant mugs of ale for centuries on end, the better. And that’s why we adore Brooklyn’s Radegast Hall and Biergarten... Click here for more »
  • Time Out New York Among the hordes of revelers draining foamy steins around Radegast’s colossal communal tables, you won’t see many having dinner. But there’s a full menu at Ivan Kohut’s soaring Austro-Hungarian biergarten... Click here for more »
  • Esquire The world has seen no stranger political entity than the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which united at least ten different nationalities who cordially hated one another and agreed on one thing and one thing only: their love for beer and sausages... Click here for more »
  • We Ate That - Food Blog Should Or Should Not Eat: Radegast is easily a Should Eat. They offer everything needed for a good night out on the town, good atmosphere, good food and good drinks. There may be more than a handful of similar places in Brooklyn, but Radegast is the total package... Click here for more »
  • UnLike.net - New York After Dark This classic beer hall brings authentic Austro-Hungarian flavor to the skinny jean heart of America. The proprietors are actually Slovakian, but who’s counting? Forged from the shells of two adjacent warehouses, space is plentiful and a retractable roof allows for open air ambiance. Click here for more »