The Low Down
What to Drink: A terrific selection of 20 Austrian and German wines, ranging from $31 to $90 for the bottle, includes some great values, like the Gruner Veltliner "Heuriger," a crisp, dry white for $32.
The Extras: Try chef Kurt Gutenbrunner 's other Austrian-inspired eateries, Wallse, Cafe Sabarsky and THOR.
Know Before You Go: The restaurant does not take reservations.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, of Wallse and cafe Sabarsky, mans the stoves at this high-ceilinged TriBeCa eatery that was once home to Le Zinc. Homesick Austrians (and the people who love them) cram the main room, which is bedecked with vintageâ¦
NOT A DATE SPOT
This is not a good
By Ejl6q at Citysearch
NOT A DATE SPOT This is not a good place to come if there are only two people in your party. Friday night 7:00 most of the tables were empty (see a... Read More
It was very good service!
By John S. at Judy's Book
I got locked out of my house and as soon as I called this company they got someone out to help me. It was very good service. Read More
food very good, waitress bad
By Richard Elsner at Citysearch
Great food, bad waitress. Looked a bit on the rough side, rude, impatient and not too knowledgeable, felt clearly bothered when we asked something... Read More
By I hate HEIDELBERGE at Citysearch
Their service stinks. They overcharged me and I called them at least three times to investigate it. They never return my money and never call me ba... Read More
Best Meal Ever! In Love With Blaue Gans!
By MAC83 at Citysearch
I can't say enough about the meal I had last night at Blaue Gans. My boyfriend and I had dined at Wallse several times and had yet to try Gutenbrun... Read More