Beer Arrives in Williamsburg, and Boy It Is Tired

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11/30/2007 11:00 AM |

It’s finally happening, you guys. Radegast Hall & Biergarten, that lying, wicked witch slut of a bar is opening today at 3pm after months of false promises. Let’s look at its assets.

  • It has a retractable roof so that there’s lots of light, and when it gets warm it will open to become “outdoors.”
  • The retractable roof is 32 feet high. That’s a tall roof! Hahaha!
  • More than a dozen beers are on tap, including fun Belgian, German, and Czech brews, plus there’s 38 kinds in bottles if you don’t want a pitcher.
  • The bar is 75 feet long.
  • If you’re hungry, there’s delicious (I guess) food, like veal schnitzel with scallion sour cream potato salad and wursts et cetera. FYI, these foods are pretty expensive, like in the $12 to $28 range.

That sounds good, although maybe a little expensive. But I guess I can’t have everything. Why, though? It’s at 113 N. 3rd St, at Berry, in Williamsburg.

2 Comment

  • I’d take the braised rabbit and Austrian gnocci for 18. And whatever beer goes with that. It’s expensive but maybe you can skip breakfast and lunch and save money that way? Also go during happy hour, hopefully they have two for 1 beers or something.

  • They’re really pushing it with food prices that high. I don’t know why it irritates me so much, but it does.