Loreley Restaurant and Biergarten

Manhattan Location

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In a Nutshell

Contemporary German eatery with more than 20 imported beers; classic schnitzels and inventive twists

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50%. Not valid for happy hour specials. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation by phone, 24 hour advance notice required. If voucher expires, must redeem by 12/28/15. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

$25 for a Tour of Germany meal, valid on weekdays ($55 value)

  • Sausage party plate with seven samples, and beer marinated sauerkraut with bacon
  • Three fresh pretzels
  • Two Tour of Germany beer flights

$29 for lunch or dinner for two ($60 value)

  • Two sandwiches or entrees
  • Two beers (.5 Liters each)

$49 for lunch or dinner for four ($120 value)

  • Four sandwiches or entrees
  • Four beers (.5 Liters each)

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Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten

When it comes to food, pretty much every culture claims a place within the confines of New York City. Thousands of restaurants have long left their mark on the sprawling metropolis with ethnic flavors. But in the early 2000s, Michael Momm felt something was still missing from the culinary landscape: a contemporary German restaurant like those found in his native Cologne. Sure, a handful of German eateries already existed, but these exhibited what he considered to be stale traditions, such as folk music and displays of cuckoo clocks that still announced the long-defunct 13th hour. He opened Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten as a means to showcase more contemporary German culture.

The restaurant's brick-lined dining room and outdoor biergarten exemplify the concept of Gemütlichkeit, which roughly translates to "coziness." Diners sit together at long wooden tables, socializing or cheering during live German sporting events. It's at these tables—built by a carpenter in Cologne—that patrons sip imported wines and more than 20 German beers in bottles and on tap. Narrow glasses contain the restaurant's signature light ale, Kölsch, which is complemented by offerings from a menu of classic German comfort food. French fries accompany various schnitzel dishes, and the aptly named Sausage Party sampler showcases seven different german sausages over beer-marinated sauerkraut with bacon. On Saturday and Sunday until 4 p.m., the kitchen staff also prepares plates from a brunch menu, including German-style pancakes and eggs benedict topped with black forest ham.

Customer Reviews

Very friendly service. Sausage platter and flight was great.
Andrew H. · February 18, 2015
Food was good, beer selection is great, definitely worth a trip one night
Nicholas M. · February 17, 2015
The "Sausage Party" is a great set deal. Just go with it. Its a lot of food for two but our waiter was great about taking care of us including a nice pack up for next day's lunch.
Robert G. · February 3, 2015

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