A consistently good neighborhood favorite. When the mood strikes you for Austrian comfort food, this is the place to go.
Large and friendly bistro, but a sibling to starred Wallsé. Mitteleuropa traditional dishes in NYC adaptions. Excellent Austrian wines, Zweigelt and Blauburgunder. Family friendly at off peak times, neighborhood vibe.
It was seven of us for dinner last night. We had a a tucked away table by the window,perfect for a large group. We took our visiting family from Europe for a welcomed change of austrian-german food of "schnitzels" and dumplings. We enjoyed the great selection of beer and the very friendly and attentive service. Best bread we had in... More
This is a great German restaurant in Tribeca. They have a large beer menu, the food was traditionally German that is not only great for an October dinner, but anytime. The service was friendly and fast. Blaue Gans is one of my favorite places to go in Tribeca.
Popped by the Blaue Gans for a business lunch with a German colleague. Was very impressed with the delicious food and friendly service. The Jaeger Schnitzel and spaetzle were to die for! Having lived in Germany and Switzerland, my expectations are typically low for finding authentic cuisine outside of those countries, but this charming little restaurant was a real pleaser.
It was time to explore some German cuisine on our most recent trip to New York, and we were richly rewarded by finding Blaue Gans. Arriving thirty minutes before our reservation time, we camped out at the bar simply to slake our thirst, but Eddie the bartender was so accommodating that there was no need to move to a table.... More
Excellent food (calves liver, jäger schnitzel), great choice of pils and bier along with cheerful and attentive service. It's just a pity that there's not a more Germanic/Austrian feel to the restaurant. But don't let that put you off...if I lived 3600 miles closer, I'd be a regular!
This noisy restaurant has aimed its menu to americans that have no relationship to european food. The salas costs US$ 12.- you receive some green leaves with a boring dressing, when asked if we could have more dressing, the waiter brought along mustard, he also must be a Feinschmecker... The famous Wienerschnitzel was terribly made, no taste, without any Geschmack... More
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