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Businesses of Interest

Heidi's Bavarian Bakery - Just opened last year, this Ridgewood bakery and cafe offers a selection of authentic German breads, including Krustenbrot, Bauernvesper, Mehrkornbrot, Sonnenblumenkernbrot and Vollkornbatzen. Save room for soft pretzels, homemade soups, and an amazing selection of desserts.

Cafe Katja - Sensational Austrian specialties, 4.5 stars on Yelp!  79 Orchard Street, New York, NY, phone (212) 219-9545

Kurt Gutenbrunner Restaurants - Contemporary and traditional Austrian cuisine from the chef behind Wallse, Cafe Sabarsky and Blaue Gans.  Find out more about his restaurants at kg-ny.com

Zum Schneider - The owners of this highly rated Lower East Side beer garden just opened another location - in Montauk.

Edi & The Wolf - A fashionably casual Austrian spot on Avenue C, operated by the owners of Seasonal, who also run the commissary for the German Mission to the United Nations.

Lorelei Restaurant and Biergarten - This Lower East Side beer garden has a simple, but satisfying menu.  Try their Brooklyn location in Williamsburg.

Deutscher Club of Clark - Check out this "oasis for German-Americans in New Jersey" to find out about special Oktoberfest celebrations.  The club also features dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings.