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Restaurants, Austrian West Village
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Germans have been guzzling masses of beer for long enough to know what soaks it up best: fat, boiled knockwurst with crusty rolls and hot mustard, mountains of kartoffelsalat and giant slabs of Wiener schnitzel. Lord help any light eater at Lederhosen: In the goofy confines of this hyper-German restaurant, you’re expected to eat and drink like you’re in a real biergarten, and even the soup is carbo-loaded (gulasch with spaetzle). You can easily stuff yourself for $12, but lunch offers the best deals for the hungry man: wurst, potato salad or fries, sauerkraut and bread for $4.50.



Address: 39 Grove St
New York
Cross street: between Bedford and Bleecker Sts
Transport: Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $13. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours: Daily noon–1am
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