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My boyfriend and I are going to be in Manhattan this weekend (but staying in Hoboken). Can anyone recommend a good brewhaus? My boyfriend read last weekend's NYTimes article on Germany, and it stirred all sorts of longings for dunkle beer :)
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  1. You can check out Lorelei, Zum Schneider, or (my personal favorite) Lederhosen. Lederhosen also has good not too expensive German food. Zum's has good wings but no German food (that I know of at least)...

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    1. re: jdream

      I agree with the above 3 places- love them all! All three also have food. Zum Schneider is where I eat at the most. Their potato pancakes are great and their sausage platter has always been excellent. FYI both Zum Schneider and Loreley have outdoor seating

      1. re: roze

        thanks. Roze, you must've read my mind...outdoor seating is KEY

        1. re: aussiewonder

          Definitely Loreley. They have an outdoor patio but it is completely covered by a tent. You get the nice weather but no direct sun. They also have about 10-12 beers on tap and more in bottles. Also, the best soft bretzels in the city.

    2. www.zumschneider.com

      www.loreleynyc.com

      Tipsy

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      1. re: TipsyMcStagger

        Cafe d'Alsace has a good list too, if you find yourselves on the Upper East Side.

      2. if you are in the village try LEDERHOSEN. it's fine. no outside seating tho:

        http://newyork.citysearch.com/profile...

        1. For midtown/west side there's Hallo Berlin - also with backyard garden and some tasty brats! - 44th/10th ave.

          1. If you're already in Hoboken you really should try out Helmer's.
            http://www.helmerscafe.com/