$15 for $30 Worth of German Cuisine and Beers at Manor Oktoberfest in Glendale

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In a Nutshell

  • Choose between two locations
  • Bratwurst, kassler rippchen, sauerbraten, spaetzle & more
  • Vast selection of beer

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 28th, 2011. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

German beers and sausages are always crafted to go together, much like prongs and sockets, boards and games, or bounce castles and hyperactive children. Enjoy delicious, non-bouncy victuals with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of German cuisine and beers at Manor Oktoberfest, valid at its Glendale and Forest Hills locations.

A slice of Bavaria tucked into the States, Manor Oktoberfest serves an authentic menu of schnitzel, knockwurst, and bratwurst, accompanied by non-German eats and a vast selection of German beer on tap and within bottles. For entrees, the jägerschnitzel breaded pork cutlets come fried with mushrooms and served with home fries and red cabbage ($21); or opt for the meat-laden combo of bratwurst and kassler ($18), slumbering peacefully beside manor potato salad and sauerkraut like a sleeping meat-beauty. Dine in the modern Forest Hills location among exposed brick walls, a marble bar, and spacious wooden booths, or down a pint at the traditionally decorated Glendale spot, dotted with painted steins and traditional German kimonos.

Reviews

Manor Oktoberfest was featured on gothamist and in The Queens Chronicle. Yelpers give the Glendale location a 3.5-star average and 89% of Urbanspooners recommend the Forest Hills location.

  • Supplement your gargantuan glass of beer with a few slices of Black Forest bacon served with lettuce, tomato and onion and let the suds act as a bread substitute. – Joe DiStefano, gothamist
  • What a great restaurant to eat traditional German food and drink delicious beers! – George W., Urbanspoon

Manor Oktoberfest

No matter what the calendar reads, it’s always October in spirit at Manor Oktoberfest, a German-style eatery that channels Munich’s lively fest of the same name. Owner Mark Gallagher serves Bavarian fare that ranges from traditional appetizers—including smoked black forest bacon and pierogies—to hearty entrees such as a variety of wursts and Hungarian schnitzel. It wouldn’t be Oktoberfest without a lot of beer, and the restaurant carries more than 30 varieties. Draught beers, including Hofbrau Original and Franziskaner Weissbier, come in half-liter or one-liter mugs, or in a two-liter boot if you’ve also lost one shoe.