German cuisine features a lot of foods that are commonly eaten in the United States: pork, beef, poultry, carrots, potatoes, fried onions. Often topped with hollandaise sauce, horseradish or mustard, it’s rarely ever spicy, but nevertheless savory. So if schnitzel, bratwurst, or sauerbraten do the trick for you, then look no further than the Best German Restaurant in Queens to satisfy those cravings.

2021: Queens Voted Zum Stammtisch Best German Restaurant!

Zum Stammtisch
69-46 Myrtle Ave, Glendale
(718) 386-3014 – zumstammtisch.com

At Zum Stammtisch, everyone is “willkommen!” For nearly five decades, they’ve been dedicated to serving Queens residents authentic German cuisine that reminds them of their native Germany. Its success has led it to expand its space and open up a German pork store right next to the restaurant where they offer authentic German meats and delicacies you wouldn’t find anywhere else! Who can resist a bratwurst or a steak tartar or a light and refreshing green salad with apple slices? And of course, Zum Stammtisch carries an extensive beer selection that truly makes it feel like a fun, beer garden and restaurant. What more can be said about the best German restaurant in Queens that hasn’t already been said!

2020: Queens Voted Zum Stammtisch Best German Restaurant

Zum Stammtisch
69-46 Myrtle Ave, Glendale}
(718) 386-3014 – zumstammtisch.com

Popular local German restaurant Zum Stammtisch was founded in November of 1972 by John Lehner and two other partners. Before immigrating to the United States in the 1950’s, John Lehner was a coppersmith in Freising, a town in Bavaria, Germany. His father had a small bar/restaurant in town and it was always John’s dream to open his own German Bar/Restaurant. Over the years, Zum Stammtisch has gained much recognition, being featured on numerous television shows and written about in various food magazines and articles.

2019: Queens Voted Zum Stammtisch Best German Restaurant

Zum Stammtisch

69-46 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale

718-386-3014 – zumstammtisch.com

Popular local German restaurant Zum Stammtisch was founded in November of 1972 by John Lehner and two other partners. Before immigrating to the United States in the 1950’s John Lehner was a coppersmith in Freising, Bavaria Germany. His father had a small bar/restaurant in town and it was always John’s dream to open his own German Bar/Restaurant. Over the years, Zum Stammtisch has gained much recognition, being featured on numerous television shows and written about in various food magazines and articles.

2018: Queens Voted Zum Stammtisch Best German Restaurant

Zum Stammtisch

69-46 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, NY 11385

(718) 386-3014

Popular local German restaurant Zum Stammtisch was founded in November of 1972 by John Lehner and two other partners. Before immigrating to the United States in the 1950’s John Lehner was a coppersmith in Freising, Bavaria Germany. His father had a small bar/restaurant in town and it was always John’s dream to open his own German Bar/Restaurant. Over the years, Zum Stammtisch has gained much recognition, being featured on numerous television shows and written about in various food magazines and articles.

2017: Queens Voted Jagerhaus Gastropub & Biergarten Best German Restaurant

Jagerhaus Gastropub & Biergarten
5-16 149th St., Flushing, NY 11357. 718-767-3486
It should be no surprise that Jägerhaus Gastropub & Biergarten, a little slice of Europe in Whitestone reigns supreme when it comes to authentic German cuisine. Patrons can schmooze over plates of exciting international fare, from fan-favorites like the Giant Bavarian Pretzel (paired with beer cheese, spicy mustard and sweet mustard) and the Highland Potato Cake (served with apple sauce and rosemary cream) to the Hungarian Goulash and, of course, some good old fashioned Wurst. Complete with outdoor and indoor seating and a staff as renowned as its food, Jägerhaus is perfect for lunch, dinner and brunch on Sunday’s or just a good old night of cheers-ing with friends and family.