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The Lavaux is a cozy Swiss wine bar in the West Village. It's our favorite place to get fondue in NYC.
Claud is a wine bar in the East Village that serves some really delicious riffs on classic European fare.
Queensyard is an expensive spot in Hudson Yards that serves British-inspired food. Unfortunately, it's not very good.
Café Sabarsky is a classic Viennese cafe in the Neue Galerie that will transport you straight to Europe.
NAIA is a fun spot in The Capri Hotel where you can get bottomless brunch and listen to an electric violinist.
Bathhouse is an Eastern European restaurant in Williamsburg that serves some of the best food you can eat in a robe.
Winona’s is a natural wine bar in Bed-Stuy that doubles as an all-day cafe.
Blume (also called Hütte in the winter) is an Austrian restaurant on the Upper East Side with a beautiful back patio that’s hidden from the street.
Pilsener Haus & Biergarten
Pilsener Haus is a Hoboken beer garden that's ideal for day drinking outside with a big group.
Madre is a seasonal American restaurant in the bottom of a boutique hotel in Greenpoint, with food that’s better than most other hotel restaurants.
Cafe Katja feels like a European tavern, and it’s a good spot on the Lower East Side to get some wiener schnitzel and steins of beer.
Cafe Select is an all-day spot in Soho that’s a good place to meet someone for drinks and a light bite after work.
Baba’s Pierogies is a bright, modern-looking spot in Gowanus that serves a bunch of different types of pierogies.
The Cannibal is a meat-focused spot in Murray Hill with over 300 types of beer.
Schilling is one of very few nice little spots in the Financial District, making their Austrian-Mediterranean blend ideal for either a dad or a date.