Cafe Steinhof, named after a famous park in Vienna, has a European feel — a German “bier garten” with a hint of British pub. True to its cultural roots and the taste of owner and chef Paul Goebert, the restaurant serves spaetzle (small dumplings), schnitzel (meat that’s been dipped in egg, breaded and fried) and sauerbraten (beef that’s been marinated for several days and then roasted). Cafe Steinhof offers six beers on tap; 12 bottled beers from Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic and Britain; as well as wine and a full bar. Cafe Steinhof is open daily for lunch and dinner, except Mondays, when they’re closed for lunch. On Monday nights, $6 gulasch is offered. Cafe Steinhof screens 1960s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s movies every Sunday, including such classics as “West Side Story” and “Boyz n the Hood.” Live music is offered every Wednesday; check Brooklyn Nightlife on page 10 for details. All shows start at 10:30 pm. Sidewalk cafe seating is available, weather permitting. Hours: Monday 5:00 pm- 11:00 pm, Tuesday through Thursday 11:00 am- 11:00 pm, Friday and Saturday 11:00 am- 12:00 pm, Sundays close at 11:00 pm. $7 Gulash.
Updated Jan. 25, 2012