The most affordable of hotelier Andre Balazs’ Standard Hotel venues, this beer garden sets the price of everything on its limited menu to $9—including the suds. Expect brews like the traditional Ayinger Weisse and Koestritzer Dark Bier, all served at picnic tables alongside brats, currywurst and pretzels.
|Venue name:||The Standard Biergarten|
848 Washington St
|Cross street:||at 13th St, entrance on Little W 12th St at Washington St|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave|
|Price:||AmEx, MC, V.|
|Do you own this business?|
Average User Rating
3.4 / 5
- 5 star:0
- 4 star:7
- 3 star:5
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
Shocking service and attitude. The bar waitress seemed annoyed that we had the cheek to order a beer from her. Waited half an hour at the food bar while the cook decided to take a break during peak lunch hour. This is the second time I've been disappointed ...3 strikes you're done. Pity, as it used to be a fantastic establishment, now getting ruined by shoddy service and bad staff attitude. A good manager could sort this out quickly
Situated underneath the High Line, the Standard Bier Garten is a great place to grab some steins and kick back with friends. The location can get busy, but if you get a seat along the long communal tables, you can enjoy your brew. Other Bavarian treats like pretzels and wursts are available too. They have ping pong tables and other games. Even the waiters and waitresses are clad in authentic garb. Prost.
If you catch it at the right time the biergarten is a good spot to have a few beers, I think it’s a great place to bring out of towners.It can get ridiculously crowded, with a not so fun crowd, but timed right it has just the right level of buzz, whilst being in a cool setting
This space is great in a lot of ways. Fun theme with the beer steins and big pretzels offered. It has a more casual feel than the rest of the Standard and is a welcome addition to Meatpacking. I wish it had tvs for sports but that's my only complaint. I'll continue to frequent this place for sure.
A pretty "standard" beer garden as far as beer goes, but it's a fun place that makes you feel like you're right in the thick of things. Because of its location in the Meatpacking District and near the High Line, there's always a crowd, which can be great if you feel like being social. It's also got a photo booth, which is a huge plus.