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Nurnberger Bierhaus vs. Killmeyers

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Miss Poste Jan 8, 2007 05:07 PM

I made my belated first visit to Nurnberger Bierhaus on Staten Island on Friday night. It was fantastic, really. I had a fasntasic Ziegenurschnitzel (veal with a red pepper sauce), my hubsand had a warm potato skillet toppped with jaegerscnhitzel and our companions ahd smoked porkchops and an amazing roast pork dish. The food was light years better than what we have had at Killmeyers. Whereas the Killmeyer's dishes seemed rather cafeteria like, Nurnberger was incredibly homey and warm.

And the beers? Don't even get me started. My husband had a Dinckleacker Dark that made him swoon.

Totally worth the ferry ride. YUM.

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  1. jen kalb RE: Miss Poste Jan 8, 2007 06:39 PM

    Where is this located? sounds great!

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      Miss Poste RE: Miss Poste Jan 8, 2007 07:02 PM

      It is at 817 Castleton Ave. on Staten Island - the number 46 bus from the ferry drops you off practically right in front. Tell the bus driver you need to get off at Davis Ave. and Castleton. Probably a ten minute bus ride...

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        biondanonima RE: Miss Poste Apr 20, 2008 04:49 PM

        Looks fab - thanks for the tip on the public transportation, too. I often take visitors for a ride on the ferry and never know where to get a bite to eat in Staten Island.

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        surly RE: Miss Poste Jan 8, 2007 07:10 PM

        i'm a big fan of nuernberger bierhaus as well. it's so hard to find decent german eats in nyc and, while i don't think anyone's going to mistake the food here with what you'd get in the mother country (or perhaps even wisconsin), it's not bad at all, which makes it very good by nyc standards. getting there, your best bet is to drive if you have access to a car, of course.

        here's what the ny times had to say about this place:
        http://events.nytimes.com/2006/03/01/dining/reviews/01unde.html
        http://events.nytimes.com/2006/04/16/dining/16rest.html

        and here's some other chowhound discussion about it:
        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/346507

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          knulp RE: surly Apr 20, 2008 12:20 AM

          nurenburg is awesome. much better than killmeyer's which has gone way down hill in recent years

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          iluvfood RE: Miss Poste Apr 20, 2008 01:11 PM

          I love Nurnberg. I love to have the Dab beer, mothers mushroom appy, potato pancakes,and we share a potato plate. Good stuff. Friendly people. Haven't been able to get there in a while but have been thinking about it alot!!!

          1. Flaco RE: Miss Poste Jun 8, 2008 10:58 AM

            Beer garden is open... separate menu with a grill going... wursts, burgers etc. and cheap!

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