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“Good food and drinks”
Review of Der Biergarten

Der Biergarten
Ranked #128 of 4,304 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 27 June 2018

I visited Der Biergarten for a corporate event. It was nice. I'm not much of a beer drinker but they had a good wine selection. They also had a variety of food options which was nice. The outdoor deck was cute and enjoyable to hang out on.

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Thank raychick427
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Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

If you are looking for a large restaurant similar to the Biergartens in Bavaria then this one of the best in Atlanta. Even though prices are high you get a Biergarten, German beer on tap, 1 litre glasses of beer and even the Bavarian favorite Schweinehaxe.

Will you get great food here? Yes. Should you compare it to Germany? No.

Validated parking is across the street in the enormous 7 story parking deck. It’s a good idea to call and make reservations.

Also good to remember is this place is crazy when Germany place in a FIFA tournament or if any of the German soccer clubs are playing. If you want to watch the game here it’s a great place to be.

Thank bronsonk136
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Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

Went to dinner there on our trip to Atlanta. We both like German food. Had the weinersnitzel and jagersnitzel both were good but I’m used to my German potato salad being warm.

Thank dacham99
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Reviewed 31 May 2018

No joke this is a place that offers great German food. I had the Viener Schnitzel and it was great. Son had the Wurst place. All good and a variety of beers to choose from.

Thank Rob P
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Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

A fun place to spend time with new friends & colleagues after a long day doing work stuff. This location is very close to the larger attractions that Atlanta is known for — Centennial Olympic Park, Coke, Aquarium, CNN etc.

Nestled in a renovated warehouse row that once housed Adidas Sportswear HQ during the Summer Olympics. The concept is a dead on twin of famous German Beer Houses. If authentic German and Bavarian Beer is your thing — you won’t be disappointed. Main entrees are as expected. Good — but the food is secondary here — festive fun is first.

Don’t leave without trying the German Sweet Chocolate Cake!

Thank StevenD_FranklinTN
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