Lederhosen (leather pants in German) tries to recapture the essence of Bavaria, with its sleepy tavern look. Its location at the corner of Bleeker ... More
Lederhosen German Wurst & Bierhaus
Lederhosen (leather pants in German) tries to recapture the essence of Bavaria, with its sleepy tavern look. Its location at the corner of Bleeker Street & Grove Street in Manhattan makes it ideal for people looking to unwind after a hard day's work. The menu at Lederhosen German Wurst & Bierhaus offers typical German fare, such as kartoffelpuffer, schnitzel, bratwurst, rindergoulasch, etc. Of course, a German joint would be incomplete without beer. Dortmunder Pils, Spaten Oktoberfest, and many more brands are available. A selection of German wines is the specialty. The bar is open from Tuesday through Sunday from 12pm onwards.
A working class Beer and Bratwurst joint with schmaltzy music and the painted alps in the back room. Low prices for some great food, top it off with the wide beer selection. Service can be slow but as long as my beer glass was full and the conversations were flowing, who really cares? Sunday afternoons more family oriented with many small kids running about the back dining room.
Behave yourself or the German bar maiden will go off on you! Be sure to ring the cow bell over the Bar! - It means drinks on the house for all with the ringer paying!!