Radegast Hall & Beer Garden

★★★★★
  • 113 N. 3rd St

    Brooklyn, NY 11249

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  • 718-963-3973

About Radegast Hall & Beer Garden

Hours
Mon. - Thu. 5pm - 3am;Fri. 5pm - 4am;Sat. 1pm - 4am;Sun. 1pm - 3am

Food

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The beer hall concept is great, and this place looks the part and fills the bill. But shouldn't a beer hall named Radegast serve Radegast beer (Czech Republic)??

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The beer hall concept is great, and this place looks the part and fills the bill. But shouldn't a beer hall named Radegast serve Radegast beer (Czech Republic)??

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All of the negative reviews listed below are 100% true. The staff is horrobly rude and will keep you change and insist that you did not tip them- even after you watch them pocket it. \r
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My experince there was simply awful the bartender

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All of the negative reviews listed below are 100% true. The staff is horrobly rude and will keep you change and insist that you did not tip them- even after you watch them pocket it. \r
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My experince there was simply awful the bartender

Pros: Beer

Cons: Service- or lack there of

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we walked in and liked the atmosphere and mixture of crowds going on. it was kind of crowded but it IS a beer hall. We ....a group of 5 found some space to sit on the benches and a blonde waitress arrives to place an order. we weren't

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we walked in and liked the atmosphere and mixture of crowds going on. it was kind of crowded but it IS a beer hall. We ....a group of 5 found some space to sit on the benches and a blonde waitress arrives to place an order. we weren't

Pros: BEER

Cons: SERVICE

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On a Sunday afternoon, we visited for a beer and some food. The place was not busy although there was a little kids party outdoors, but still, fairly slow and no one but the 2 of us inside. Took 15 minutes before anyone even acknowledged

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On a Sunday afternoon, we visited for a beer and some food. The place was not busy although there was a little kids party outdoors, but still, fairly slow and no one but the 2 of us inside. Took 15 minutes before anyone even acknowledged

Pros: Beer selection

Cons: dismissive, lackluster service

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Note to negative reviewers: This is a BEER HALL! This is not a 4 star restaurant. It is where people come to drink really large beers; hence you might see some people getting drunk. This a place where, at 11pm, you might not get the

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Note to negative reviewers: This is a BEER HALL! This is not a 4 star restaurant. It is where people come to drink really large beers; hence you might see some people getting drunk. This a place where, at 11pm, you might not get the

Pros: Ummm--Massive Beer Hall with tasty, fresh beer

Cons: They could shave 1-2 bucks off the beers

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My husband is a beer lover, with a special interest in European brews so we thought we'd give it a try. I looked online at the dinner menu and there was a steak dish I was interested in trying, but the rest of the menu was a little too

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My husband is a beer lover, with a special interest in European brews so we thought we'd give it a try. I looked online at the dinner menu and there was a steak dish I was interested in trying, but the rest of the menu was a little too

Cons: Everything

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German-style biergarten with long picnic bench seating, proper sized giant mugs of mostly Czech, Belgian and German beer, and extremely tasty German food, (the bratwurst especially). A festive atmosphere, and if you like there is a regular bar and restaurant area inside. Service is excellent. A great place for a large group.

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German-style biergarten with long picnic bench seating, proper sized giant mugs of mostly Czech, Belgian and German beer, and extremely tasty German food, (the bratwurst especially). A festive atmosphere, and if you like there is a regular bar and restaurant area inside. Service is excellent. A great place for a large group.

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This place is EXPENSIVE and full of hipsters and wanna-be hipsters. The waitress tried to tack on $20 worth of drinks we didn't order. I won't be going back. IT'S NOT WORTH THE TROUBLE OF GETTING ALL THE WAY OUT TO BKLYN!

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This place is EXPENSIVE and full of hipsters and wanna-be hipsters. The waitress tried to tack on $20 worth of drinks we didn't order. I won't be going back. IT'S NOT WORTH THE TROUBLE OF GETTING ALL THE WAY OUT TO BKLYN!

Pros: Good (but expensive) beer, the one dish I could afford was ok

Cons: Too crowded, hipsters everywhere, music too loud to talk, too costly, deceptive waitress

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Hey guys... It's not German, but Czech... "Radegast" is an old czech pagan god and Pilsner Urquell is brewed in Pilsner (czech "Plzen"), in west of Czech Republic. :)

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Hey guys... It's not German, but Czech... "Radegast" is an old czech pagan god and Pilsner Urquell is brewed in Pilsner (czech "Plzen"), in west of Czech Republic. :)

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Generally a great idea but too many bumps and flows. Service is slow as Mississipi summer afternoon and bartenders seem to enjoy their personal time in the corner. Stuff absolutely doesn't seem to cope with pressure, even on weekdays. Food

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Generally a great idea but too many bumps and flows. Service is slow as Mississipi summer afternoon and bartenders seem to enjoy their personal time in the corner. Stuff absolutely doesn't seem to cope with pressure, even on weekdays. Food

Pros: beer selection, restaurant food, old world decor

Cons: clueless, not to say ignorant, service. messy appearance

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A great place to go at night in Brooklyn. Everything was excelent. Delicious food (I had some pork loin with plum and beer sauce and the best stake tartar I've ever had). They have a great selection of beers (mostly German and Belgian, but

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A great place to go at night in Brooklyn. Everything was excelent. Delicious food (I had some pork loin with plum and beer sauce and the best stake tartar I've ever had). They have a great selection of beers (mostly German and Belgian, but

Pros: everything

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I went here this past weekend and was so happ that I did. The scene was crazy! Giant beers glanging off one another. It was just so much fun. The place was packed and everyonr was friendly. Great wheat beer and great crowd. It was

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I went here this past weekend and was so happ that I did. The scene was crazy! Giant beers glanging off one another. It was just so much fun. The place was packed and everyonr was friendly. Great wheat beer and great crowd. It was

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Beware that placing your order may offend one of the bartenders there. So much so that he may call you names that include "vegetarian c*nt."\r
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My friend ordered the wiener schnitzel and asked for the mashed potatoes to be on the side (I

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Beware that placing your order may offend one of the bartenders there. So much so that he may call you names that include "vegetarian c*nt."\r
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My friend ordered the wiener schnitzel and asked for the mashed potatoes to be on the side (I

Pros: Good beer selection, heated outdoors

Cons: Worst service ever, high costs.

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This place has everything to be a good addition to Wlmbg. The garden is nice, the beer selection is vast, but... it's DIRTY! I'm not talking about sticky tables and chairs, I'm talking about rodents climbing the walls while the place is

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This place has everything to be a good addition to Wlmbg. The garden is nice, the beer selection is vast, but... it's DIRTY! I'm not talking about sticky tables and chairs, I'm talking about rodents climbing the walls while the place is

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First if you want to sit in the restaurant part,they don't take reservations-thats cool,but they don't take your name for a table-it's every man for themselves,which could get a little crazy.Basically you have to hover over people who are

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First if you want to sit in the restaurant part,they don't take reservations-thats cool,but they don't take your name for a table-it's every man for themselves,which could get a little crazy.Basically you have to hover over people who are

Pros: nice crowd

Cons: expensive,music stinks

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I'm too tired and sated to do this place justice just now (after all, I've just been to Radegast!), but, in short:\r
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Going to Radegast is like taking a vacation in Eastern Europe, without having to leave my neighborhood. It's gorgeous

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I'm too tired and sated to do this place justice just now (after all, I've just been to Radegast!), but, in short:\r
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Going to Radegast is like taking a vacation in Eastern Europe, without having to leave my neighborhood. It's gorgeous

Pros: Transporting, friendly & beautiful.

Cons: WWI veterans may find the portrait of Kaiser Wilhelm and Emperor Franz Joseph to be in poor taste.

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The bar is overdone. Prices are very high, service is (there is a service??!!) terrible and slow, grill is o.k. I didn't have a chance to taste regular menu. Very unfriendly owner( or least one). and so many people. I can't believe it

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The bar is overdone. Prices are very high, service is (there is a service??!!) terrible and slow, grill is o.k. I didn't have a chance to taste regular menu. Very unfriendly owner( or least one). and so many people. I can't believe it

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This place just opened so I understand they have some work to do. The atomsphere and physical setting is one of the best in the city. It does have a very authentic German/Austrian beer hall feel to it. They have a good beer selection

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This place just opened so I understand they have some work to do. The atomsphere and physical setting is one of the best in the city. It does have a very authentic German/Austrian beer hall feel to it. They have a good beer selection

Pros: Atompshere, Beer, Setting

Cons: Food and Service

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Brooklyn waited over a hundred years in order to get its first Beer Garden, and it was well worth the wait. A different kind of place from beginning to the end. Located in a very trendy part of Williamsburg, decorated to resemble a beer

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Brooklyn waited over a hundred years in order to get its first Beer Garden, and it was well worth the wait. A different kind of place from beginning to the end. Located in a very trendy part of Williamsburg, decorated to resemble a beer

Pros: Decor, Food quality, Ambiance

Cons: Far from my home

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Perhaps banking on the longstanding success of Bohemian Hall in Astoria, Queens, Radegast Hall was a hit since the day it opened. This self-styled Central European beer hall named after a Czech beer serves up gastropub fare in two long…

 

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