You might not expect to find a German beer garden on 37th Street, but Reichenbach Hall is here to defy your expectations. It’s on a block full of big office buildings, and once you walk inside, you’ll probably feel like you’re no longer in New York. The big space is filled with columns and picnic tables, and it’s a good place to drink draft beer and eat a large pretzel with a big group of other people.
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