Jägerhaus is a collaborative effort that brings a contemporary twist to traditional German and
Austrian cuisine. Featuring only the best drafts and cuisine, Jägerhaus is a destination unlike any other.
Whether you choose to enjoy the complex ﬂavors of a cold hefeweizen in Jägerhaus’ traditional Bavarian biergarten or the warmth of an imported Bavarian giant pretzel in the eatery’s dining room, this is a dining experience that can transport you to the Alps of Europe. Long known as Queens’ most celebrated German beer garden, Jägerhaus has been pouring monstrous liters of foamy beer for thirsty patrons for the past couple of years. Achieving recognition as Queens’ best German restaurant, Jägerhaus provides the feel of Munich’s beer halls without the long and expensive ﬂight to Germany.
In the warmer months, Jägerhaus’ outdoor garden area opens with seating for up to 150 visitors. The communal tables, Hofbrau and Radeberger umbrellas, and assortment of tasty specialties are enough to instantly transport you to Oktoberfest. Visitors can start their journey with homemade potato pancakes or paprika-spiced goulash soup before diving into one of the restaurant’s popular main courses. When you’re ready for your main course, try the wursts, which are locally smoked from a 60-year-old traditional German butcher shop. You can also enjoy any one of Jägerhaus’ schnitzels or other delights.
Just make sure to leave some room for one of the eatery’s homemade desserts. Traditional, fresh-pulled apple strudel with homemade, decadent vanilla ice cream on top of a refreshing Rote Grütze (berry compote) and an ice-cold shot of Jägermeister is a perfect way to wrap up your meal. The menu doesn’t end there, of course—there is also the beer, wine and many European specialty spirits that Jägerhaus has to offer.
So, take a seat with family and friends and immerse yourself in the complete German experience. Watch as dirndl-clad waitresses with astounding arm strength carry stein after massive stein to drinkers, while traditional music entertains patrons throughout the restaurant. Before you know it, you too will be singing “Ein Prosit” while clinking your steins and doing shots of Kleiner Feigling.
Grab your dirndls and lederhosen and join Jägerhaus for a direct ﬂight to Europe without ever leaving the heart of Whitestone. During the summer months, the restaurant is open seven days a week, with lunch starting at noon and dinner at 4 p.m. Brunch is available every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. On- or off-premise catering is also available.
For reservations or more information, call (718) 767-3486. Or you can reach the restaurant via email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can follow Jägerhaus on social media—facebook.com/jagerhausnyc or instagram.com/jagerhausnyc.
Jägerhaus is located at 15-16 149th St. in Whitestone.