Showing posts with label Germans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Germans. Show all posts

Saturday, September 29, 2012

The line for the first day of Octoberfest at Zum Schneider

Octoberfest starts today at Zum Schneider on Avenue C and East Seventh Street ... doors open in a sec at 11:30 ... four people were waiting at 10 a.m. ... and soon enough...

...and the schedule...

If you can't get in here, then you could always try Zum Schneider Montauk on Oct. 19-21.

Friday, June 22, 2012

2 hours until Germany-Greece at Zum Schneider

Around 12:45, some 30 people were waiting for Zum Schneider to open at Seventh Street and Avenue C. Euro Cup 2012 quarter-finals this afternoon — Germany-Greece at 2:45.


Sunday, September 25, 2011

Day 1 of Oktoberfest at Zum Schneider

Always seems to be a line for the Oompahpahing...especially opening day...

The Zum Oktoberfest schedule is here.

Photos by Dave on 7th.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Oompah alert! So long summer, it's time for Oktoberfest

At Zum Schneider on Avenue C and Seventh Street... Starting tomorrow. Details here. Unfortunately, I accidentally put my Bundhosen in the dryer.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

90 minutes before opening time at Zum Schneider

So much for my advice that you need to get there early for Octoberfest....

There was a healthy line forming here on Avenue C at Seventh Street a few hours before... ZS opens at 1. And tomorrow is the last day for Octoberfest.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Monday, August 9, 2010

Things that I learned today!

The difference between the Belgian flag and the German flag!



Uh, sorry!

Previously on EV Grieve:
More German-themed plywood for Second Avenue

More German-themed plywood for Second Avenue

First, as you will recall, a new restaurant is coming to the space behind the German-themed plywood here on Second Avenue at Second Street...

And now -- the plywood is gone!

No worries, though, German-themed-plywood lovers! Um, yeah, this is actually the Belgian flag... duh. Sorry.

Check out the Crazy Landlord space the next block up on the northeast corner of Third Street...

This will soon be home to the Belgian ale place that wants to be a "sexier Balthazar."

Previously on EV Grieve:
What's behind the German-themed plywood on Second Avenue?

"Crazy Landlord" cleans up his corner: Here comes a "sexier Balthazar"

Monday, April 5, 2010

Marketers at McDonald's Germany think of us as cappuccino cupcakes

I spotted this doozy at Eater National. As they report, "McDonald’s Germany has just introduced cupcakes inspired by four different neighborhoods in New York City. Each ad features a Manhattanite from each 'hood explaining why the cupcake is characteristic of where they live."

And Eater used Google translator to translate the ads... here's the East Village representative: "Here come from the most famous artists in New York. And here in dozens of tourists looking for new art galleries. I now play Andy Warhol once and tell everything what I like to art. This cappuccino cup cake = for example: all great art."

McDonald's in Germany is here.