This is a beer garden in Williamsburg across from McCarren Park, and it’s a good alternative to Radegast. It’s a little less crazy over here, and there’s a lot of space for big groups. In the summer there’s a lot of outdoor seating, and in the winter you can sit inside near a fireplace.
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Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten
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Radegast Hall & Biergarten
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Ainslie Enoteca e Birreria
Ainslie is a huge bar and restaurant in Williamsburg where you should eat wood-fired pizzas while day drinking with a group.
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