It's that time of year...Oktoberfest! JA!

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The Fall season brings some of my favorite things - colored leaves, hoodies, pumpkins, and Oktoberfest!

Since 1810, our Bavarian friends get to enjoy 16 days of celebration. Tomorrow marks its 204th anniversary and it’s about time we start joining in on the fun. Don't mope around about the end of Summer. We could all still enjoy good beer and sausage, right? Ja! Natürlich!

If you can’t take the 7-hour flight to Munich, Germany (although you should), no worries! NYC has a variety of restaurants, bars, and special menus to get your fix within biking distance.

I narrowed a list of locations for your würst and bier. Prost!

To find the locations below on a map, click here.

P.S. Don't forget your lederhosen and dirndl.
*Bike Your City does not endorse bike riding under the influence.
**Drink Responsibly & Ride Safe

Zum Schneider
107 Avenue C
(btwn 8th & 9th sts)

1648 2nd Avenue
(btwn 85th & 86th sts)

Reichenbach Hall
5 W.37th Street
(btwn 5th & Avenue of Americas)

Hoftbräu Bierhaus
712 3rd Avenue
(btwn 44th & 45 sts.)

39 Grove Street
(btwn Bleecker & Bedford)

Bavaria Bierhaus
19 S. William Street

Max Bratwurst & Bier
47-02 30th Avenue
(corner of 47th st.)

*Oktoberfest Menu
35-02 35th Street
(corner of 35th ave)

*Oktoberfest Menu
34-55 32nd Street
(corner of 35th ave.)

Bohemian Beer Garden
*Starts Sept.27th
29-19 24th Avenue
(btwn 29th & 31st sts.)


Radagast Hall & Biergarten
113 N.3rd Street
(near Berry Street)

Schnitzel Haus
7319 5th Avenue
(btwn 73rd & 74th sts.)

Die Koelner Bierhalle
84 St.Mark's Place
(btwn 4th & 5th aves)

320 Court Street
(corner of Sackett St.)