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“Great Staff, Great Food; Superb Family Atmosphere; Good Prices”
Review of Der Biergarten

Der Biergarten
Ranked #125 of 4,116 Restaurants in Atlanta
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$10 - US$20
Cuisines: German
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: Opening just in time for Oktoberfest 2010, Der Biergarten gives Atlanta residents and visitors a true taste of German culture. Located Downtown within the Luckie Marietta District, Der Biergarten fills a citywide void of beer gardens and authentic German fare while providing world-class service in a festive, traditional atmosphere. Co-owner Wolfgang Hartert, a local resident and native of Germany, provided much of the inspiration for Der Biergarten. As he says, “Atlanta needs a restaurant like Der Biergarten. The significant German population and business community in Atlanta is begging for an authentic dining experience. I know that Der Biergarten will provide Europeans, just like me, a place to share the rich heritage of Germany with American friends.” Der Biergarten is made up of an elegant white tablecloth dining room, an alley with Fussball and table shuffleboard, and, of course, the indoor/outdoor beer garden. With traditional family style seating -a la Munich- and multiple flat-screen TVs, the beer garden is the best place for watching European or American football! Enjoy our authentic German cuisine while being surrounded by Bavarian décor, such as the hand-painted trompe l'oeil ("illusionistic") murals by Alexi Torres Alonso and a German-manufactured model-railroad that circles the restaurant.
Reviewed 17 January 2018

Der Biergarten is a German Restaurant about 2 blocks from the Georgia Aquarium and one block from the Olympic Park. The restaurant has two rooms; one configured like a sports bar and the other more like a traditional German Biergarten. In the warm season, there is a large patio which can also be used. Food is reasonably priced -- dinner for three with drinks and tip came to just over $50, and all of us were quite full. The staff is friendly, and very attentive. The food was traditional German fare and is the best German food we've found in the southeast 1/4 of the U.S. A fantastic restaurant and an excellent value.

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Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

Really good and authentic German food. The Gurkensalat was my favorite! All kinds of traditional German dishes paired with a wide variety of awesome beers.
The music was amazing! German pop and rap. Not that usual Humba Band stuff.
Great server and bartender as well!

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Reviewed 15 January 2018 via mobile

We had a great time at der biergarten. Great variety of German beers to try. Try the giant pretzel for an appetizer. It was huge and the different mustards are all delicious. Dinner was enjoyed by all having different kinds of wursts with sauerkraut. Service was friendly and attentive as well.

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Reviewed 4 January 2018

Was here in the fall for a college football game watching on their many TV'S. Had several appetizers which were outstanding and a super good beer selection. I was with a very large group and those who had actual meals said they loved the food.

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Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

Do not come here for the food. They get two stars for the ambiance, drinks were good, but I wouldn’t be lying if I said that the food was far less than satisfying. I had the goulache (sp??) and while the taste was just okay, the meat had quite a horrific texture. Their selection of mustards was good, a bit impressive saying that I don’t like mustard to begin with. So come for drinks, enjoy, but be full before you get here.

Thank HoustonMedic
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