Bavaria Bierhaus

Bars, Beer bars Financial District
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Bavaria Bierhaus
Venue says Monday-Friday 11-4pm $15 Beer & Burger! Saturday, Sunday & Monday $0.50 Wings!!! Join us every day of the week for our special promotions!

At this bi-level beer hall, servers have donned traditional lederhosen and dirndls for lugging pints of German beers like Schofferhofer Grapefruit and Hofbräu Dunkel. To soak up the suds, find Deutsch bites like jagerschnitzel and sausages. The wooden bar was imported from German town Erding, and there is a 70-seat outdoor space for warm-weather boozing.

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Bavaria Bierhaus says
Step off the busy streets of Manhattan and be transported to the inviting atmosphere of Bavaria. Conveniently located on historic Stone St. in the heart of the Financial District, Bavaria Bier Haus features an extensive selection of authentic German beer and traditional fare; Guaranteed to impress every member of your party!

Daily promotions!
Monday-Friday 11-4pm $15 Beer & Burger
Sat. Sun. & Mon. $0.50 Wings
Tues $15 Beer & Jumbo Pretzel
Weisse Bier Wednesday (wheat beer) $6 Half Litres ALL DAY!
Thursday 4-7pm Happy hour $5 shots, $7 cocktails, $6 beers
Friday $5 shots all day!
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Venue name: Bavaria Bierhaus
Address: 19 South William St
New York
Cross street: at Broad St (entrance on Stone St)
Opening hours: Sun-Tue 11am-12am; Wed 11am-1am
Transport: Subway: J, Z to Broad St; 4/5 to Bowling Greet; R/1 to Whitehall/South Ferry; 23 to Wall St.
Price: Average beer: $8. AmEx, MC, V
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*3.5 stars as i cannot speak for the food yet*

My review is simply for the beer garden, not for the food. It's refreshing to find a German beer house in the sea of Irish Pubs that is Stone Street. They have huge selection (30 plus) of German beer on tap, the ambiance is nice, the place is beautiful and open, and it's also sort of hidden so it's pretty easy to find a table or a good spot at the bar.

They have huge TV screens all over so you can enjoy games as well. As for the food, i have yet to try but it looks like the typical German fare. The Pretzel appetizer looks amazing - definitely trying it next time!