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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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.

 
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