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Cafe Steinhof

422 Seventh Ave. (14th St.) Send to Phone
718-369-7776 | Menu
The streets of Park Slope are alive with the Viennese scents of wiener schnitzel and goulash.


Cuisine

Open
Lunch & Brunch Tues.-Sun., Dinner nightly
Open late
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Cafe Steinhof Restaurant Review

: This Park Slope eatery serves up hearty Austrian and Central European fare in a casual environment. With Austrian trinkets tacked to the walls and an always-fun atmosphere, Steinhof has become a mainstay in the recently gentrified neighborhood. We recommend the Swiss and provolone cheese spätzle, bread dumplings with wild mushroom fricassée and, of course, the schnitzel, Weiner, Jaeger or chicken-style. For dessert, try the Viennese iced coffee, which comes with ice cream and lady fingers. The $7 Monday night goulash is as popular as the Sunday movie night.





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