Place Category: Restaurants
Zum Schneider features 12 German beers on tap, a traditional Bavarian-German menu, and seasonal specialties. It opened in 2000 on then-deserted Ave C and started the NYC Biergarten craze.
Throughout the year the restaurant opens up for popular events like Karneval, May Day, World Cup, Euro Cup, Anniversary Party, Oktoberfest, Adventsingen, and New Year’s Eve.
We accept reservations for groups. Details:http://zumschneider.com/reservations.htm
Zum Schneider was opened on August 19, 2000 by Sylvester Schneider, a native of Weßling am Weßlinger See, Bavaria, and long-time resident of Alphabet City.
“I missed summers in the beergarden with friends, family and people of all kinds, coming together to relax and celebrate life. Embracing those yearnings, I created Zum Schneider”.
Sylvester also co-founded the house Oompah band, the JaJaJa’s where he is the frontman Mösl Franzi.
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