German Restaurants to Try on Long Island

Enjoy the delicious blend of German dishes with a local twist at Long Island’s many German restaurants. From beer to brats and sauerbraten to schnitzel, these eateries offer flavorful and hearty meals. When you’re in the mood for a satisfying dining experience, check out one of these Long Island’s German spots below!

Pumpernickel’s – Traditional German restaurant serving classic dishes like sauerbraten with vintage decor. Where: 640 Main Street, Northport, (631) 757-7959,

Plattduetsche Park – This historic restaurant and beer garden attract crowds with authentic German cuisine, live music, and festivals. Where: 1132 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square, (516) 354-3131,

Prost Grill & Garten – A laid-back German restaurant and tavern offering traditional dishes and craft beer, complete with a patio. Where: 652 Franklin Avenue, Garden City, (516) 427-5656,

The Village Lanterne – The creators of Black Forest Bakery present this excellent restaurant. All desserts and pastries are freshly baked by Black Forest Bakery. The menu features a diverse range of fine German dishes, along with a selection of wines and beers. The Village Lanterne also provides a children’s menu. Where: 155 N Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst, (631) 225-1690,

Das Biergarten – Great for German food and to watch the games and enjoy live music. 1148 W Beech Street, East Atlantic Beach,

Schnitzels – One of the newest additions to Long Island’s German food scene. Try the big pretzel. Where: 77 Main Street, Stony Brook, (631) 675-1478,

Oak Chalet – Meat and potatoes German-Continental food plus beer in an old-school chalet setting. Where: 1940 Bellmore Avenue, Bellmore, (516) 826-1700,

📷 The Village Lanterne Website.

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