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Radegast Hall

  1. Openings
    Radegast’s Andy Ivanov Will Open Pilsener Haus in Hoboken Next Month“It’s going to be challenging to bring people from Manhattan because of their perception of New Jersey.”
  2. Slideshow
    First Look at Williamsburg’s Next Beer Garden, Old RoosterInside the Polish-style beer hall and its 70-seat garden.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    Take $1 Shots at Brunch in the West Village; Enjoy Sixpoint’s FifthPlus: Radegast expands in Williamsburg and Rebecca Weitzman takes over a kitchen in Park Slope.
  4. What to Eat
    Make Brooklyn Maple Syrup While You Get Ready for Brooklyn Beef JerkyThe latest in hyperlocal eats.
  5. Openings
    Swedish-Meatball Truck Launches in WilliamsburgServing “French corn dogs,” too!
  6. Foodievents
    Bacon TakedownThe date has been set. “Ride the bacon warpig!”
  7. In the Magazine
    Summer Eats: Lobster, Popsicles, Beer, and SobaCold noodles, cold beer, and hot lobsters: a summer guide to food.
  8. User’s Guide
    Drinking on an International Level: Beer Gardens in New YorkIf the exchange rate is killing your plans for a European beer run this summer, visit a picnic table near you.
  9. The Other Critics
    Primehouse’s Steak Saves Its Star; BarFry BlastedThe best steaks at Primehouse NY are good enough to earn a single star from Frank Bruni — which is saying something, given that he had problems with service, didn’t like the other entrées, and even found the rib eyes to be less than they ought to be. But the Creekstone strips carried the day, as they always do. [NYT] The small, porky tapas at Jason Neroni’s Cantina seem to impress Robert Sietsema, but his review leaves you with the sense that, croquettes aside, the place is still a work-in-progress. [VV] Paul Adams dines at Smith’s and praises the rich, possibly too rich, appetizers, while frowning over some of the mains. But on the whole he likes the place: “Some dishes are excessive by design, others poorly executed in the heat of the dinner rush, and a few, like the pasta, remarkably good and worthy of a return visit — perhaps after the first wave of crowds has moved on.” [NYS]
  10. Openings
    Breaking: Radegast Conquers the DOH, EPA, and CB, Opens Right This Very Second After stalking Radegast all day we’ve finally gotten someone on the phone to say, “Yes, we are open!” To rehash details from our first look at the place earlier this month: Bohemian Hall vet Ivan Aohut has his wife in the kitchen, mucho beer on tap, and eventually infrared heating in the outdoor garden.
  11. Openings
    Radegast May Soon Bring a Second Oktoberfest to Williamsburg Difficulties securing a certificate of occupancy have delayed the opening of Radegast Hall for over a month, but owner Ivan Kohut and his partner, Andy Ivanov, tell us they’re hoping to pass a follow-up buildings inspection later today, in which case they could have Williamsburg’s first beer hall up and running sometime next week. As you can see from our gallery of interior shots, the place sure looks ready.