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This lively Lower East Side Austrian restaurant is rich on character, from its full-to-the-brim atmosphere to its fairly priced and inarguably authentic menu and superior global beer selection. Raise a solid stein to a friend while sampling salty homemade pretzels, drool-worthy bratwurst and classic liverwurst. The café seats just 25 people, so get there early to skip the wait.