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Rosamunde Sausage Grill (CLOSED)

Restaurants, Hot dogs Greenpoint and Williamsburg
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

At the San Francisco chainlet's Williamsburg branch, pair 20 types of bangers (including bratwurst, andouille and wild boar) with one of the 24 beers on tap, like Green Flash Double Stout and Great Divide's Imperial IPA.

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Address: 285 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn
11211
Cross street: between Grand and South 1st Sts
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: Average beer: $6. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun 11:30am–2am; Thu–Sat 11:30am–4am
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5 out of 5 stars

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Rosamunde's originated in San Francisco, and I swear you get that vibe as soon as you walk in the bar. The bartenders look and act (alternative and kindly, respectively) like they're from San Francisco. Naturally, the beers on tap are always good and everchanging (check Beermenu.com for its most updated list). Rosamunde's is pretty chill and never becomes loud or overwhelming, despite the fact that it's on Bedford Ave in Williamsburg. My favorite thing about Rosamunde's is the sausages: a huge variety, all delicious, even the vegan ones, which I choose to eat as an omnivore. Try the vegan apple and sage or the duck with fig and brandy.


One of my favorite solo brunch spots! I like to sit by the window and people watch while the live band plays and I eat eggs benedict, always with the cheddar sausage and incredible potatoes. Do not skip out on the delicious fries, or the six dipping sauces you can choose from! My favorite part of this bar is that, while it's popular, it's never too crowded or loud. I only go to bars where I don't have to push people to get a seat, plus I like the early thirties crowd. And there's dozens of beers on tap that they change regularly—it's the one place I can usually count on to have Brooklyn Brewery's Sorachi Ace on tap.