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This roomy, Austro-Hungarian biergarten, an Eat Out Award winner for best new authentic beer hall, attracts young families in addition to the expected Billyburg revelers. The former take to the woodsy dining room, where flame-grilled sausages plucked from the grill can be enjoyed under towering ceilings and iron chandeliers. The heated, retractable-roof beer garden, meanwhile, welcomes a rowdier set, which commandeers colossal communal tables and clinks steins of more than a dozen foamy drafts, like crisp Radeberger Pilsner or dark Weihenstephaner Dunkel Weisse.