That’s all Gutton!
Munich This year’s Oktoberfest can be boxed Celebration, but the New York City bars have slowed down – and then something.
Local watering holes are embracing the Bavarian festival, with everything from pig roosts to shiny leaderhosen wear competitions. And, of course, there will be beer, lots and lots of beer.
There are five Oktoberfests in NYC that you don’t want to miss this fall.
Immerse yourself in the view at the watermark.
Often billed as the Marquee Oktoberfest event in New York, this outdoor bar at South Street Harbor beats all the right notes for a fun day of drinking.
Currently running seven days a week until Sunday, October 24, Watermark offers a wide range of games such as German-style Bretts and Pertzels, Stains on Beer Stains, Ping Pong and Corn Hole – plus a wide out. Stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Skyline from Dor set up
Rock ‘n’ roast at Radegast Hall and Biergarten.
You can have Octoberfest with beer and delicious sausage at Williamsburg Hall every day of the week, but it’s a real party on Saturday. It will open every weekend until the end of October with a formal wooden cage and traditional pork roast. Other highlights will include live German music and mug competitions, as well as a large number of guests and staff at both Lederhausen and Darnells.
Manager Sean Snyder is proud that plenty of festive decorations will set the mood. “We will be decorated,” he told The Post.
113 N. 3rd St., Williamsburg 718-963-3973, RadegastHall.com
Grow up in Clinton Hall.
From this week to Sunday, October 3, Clinton Hall is the place to go for drinking and eating competitions.
At its various venues across the city, Beer Hall will host pretzel food and stan-holding competitions, along with the headliner Lederhausen Challenge “Who Dressed It Best” gift of $ 250 on Saturday, September 25. For the card. All places.
For those who just like to step back and watch, the Radeburger Oktoberfest pints will be $ 5 and a new Bret Worst sandwich.
In different places. Clinton Hall NY.com
Lift the stain on Schiller and Weber.
Located on the Upper East Side, the German butcher throws his backyard into a pop-up bar kindergarten from now until the end of October, in the spirit of a holiday.
The German and Austrian menu includes fried Cambert cheese, including lingonberry, goulash and pumpkin soup, sausage platter with berries, Weswurst and Bowernwurst, Welweiner Schnezel and Palitschine crepes for dessert with apple rings. Included.
Schiller & Weber is also getting its entire Octoberfest beer stash from the Bavarian Weinstein, the world’s oldest bar.
1654 2nd Ave. # 1, Upper East Side 212-879-3047, SchallerWeber.com
The standard sets the standard for a great day.
Pick up a glass under the sleek mat packing district hotel. Standard Bergarten will recruit breweries near and far to celebrate October Fest on selected Wednesdays in late September and October.
The first is Vermont’s Owen Trap Brewing on September 28. The brewery is owned by the family that inspired the hit movie “The Sound of Music”, so the movie will run throughout the evening, and will also have a ceramic mug.
Then, Brooklyn’s Six Point Brewery works live on October 13 and 20 for German music, beer foam, pretzel necklaces and Tin Ellis.
On September 13, Standard will present customized tattoos on painted glasses for its first 150 guests.
848 Washington St., Matt Packing District 212-645-4646, StandardHotels.com