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The Standard Biergarten
Today 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
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The Standard High Line 848 Washington St New York, NY 10014
848 Washington StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
$$Restaurant, Bar & Grill
Bar & Grill
American Restaurant
Today 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
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Beer, sausages, pretzels & Ping-Pong offered in an outdoor setting under the High Line.- Google
"Space: Outside large open space with long communal tables and ping pong tables!"
"Overrated beer garden that doesn't even offer a good beer selection."
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Lady Ace
2 months ago
I came here after work with a couple of coworkers to enjoy the weather and a couple of pints. While, I don't drink often I came for the experience and an overpriced Shirley Temple. Their setup is a bit different from other beer gardens I have been too. First, like most places they check ID and they stamp your hand. But, then you have to get in line to purchase tickets that can be redeemed for food and beer. And then getting in another line, you can use your tickets get beer and then sit on the outdoor cafeteria style setup. They also do have an indoor section for games along with a bathroom and a full bar. They offer food but they didn't have anything I was in the mood for. The place does get crowded rather quickly, so I would recommend getting there early on a nice day.
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Dianna Chou
5 months ago
Cocktails - apfle cider - mug of rum and hot apple cider drink - tasty - woopie? (can't remember the exact name, but looked something like that) - jerverer (gin-like), drambuie - tasty, with gin under tones, especially at the end $14 a drink They have ping pong tables. It's outdoor in the summer, and covered with heat lamps in the winter.
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Thorsten Schaeff
2 months ago
Really cool place with a relaxed atmosphere. Authentic German beer. Simply good fun.
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Jon Geenty
7 months ago
Tip: Play beer pong and get the Hans and Franz if brew isnt your thing! The Biergarten was a lively place to day drink with my friends on warm afternoon. It was full of a younger crowd (20s) and quite packed. Plenty of drinks to choose from and serious drinking games located throughout. Large venue and plenty of seating. I would definitely go again!
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Becky Curran
a month ago
This is a really fun place. The long bench setup allows you to sit with and strike up a conversation with complete strangers. Be sure to get a bunch of drink tickets in the beginning of the night so you don't have to continue to wait in line.
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Chanel B
6 months ago
I really like this place. It has a great casual atmosphere and good beer. This beirgarten is a great place to come with friends, eat some sausages, and drink some beer. There is also a beer pong table which looks like it could be pretty fun. I would definitely return
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Chris Connett
3 months ago
Solid Austrian food and a small selection of good beers. Fun festival atmosphere. It's not a tap room though, don't go looking for 40+ beers on tap.
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8 months ago
+ nice setting, + large variety of German sausages, - not that many good German beers If you are visiting Highline Park in Manhattan and are looking for a place to rest try ‘The Standard Biergarten’ in Meatpacking District below the tracks at W 13th Street entrance/exit. In particular on a hot summer day the setting cools you off and you can satisfy your thirst with one of the three German brews they offer as a half ‘mass’ (half liter of beer). If you are hungry try one of the many German sausage variations, such as Currywurst from Northern Germany or Weisswurst from Bavaria, which are not outstanding but fair. Please note that you have to buy food and drink tickets ($8 each) at the booth next to the entrance before you are able to order. In general you spend one ticket each for a beer and a sausage dish. The Biergarten offers three beers, one light pilsener (Bitburger), a typical wheat beer (Licher Weisse), and a kind of dark amber ale (Koestritzer Dunkel – very delicious and rare to buy in the US).
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