Brats: Dogs & Wieners
Nearby Subway Stops
C, E at 23rd St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Dine at the Bar
- Online Ordering
- Delivery after 10pm
- Reservations Not Required
- Beer and Wine Only
- Sake and Soju
14th St. to 28th St., 7th Ave. to 11th Ave.
This venue is closed.
Judging by the cheery Americana-themed décor, you’d expect burgers and fries on the menu at this miniature eatery in Chelsea, but you’d be wrong. Klee Brasserie chef Daniel Angerer’s experiment with the tube steak offers a slate of crazy sausage combos: local and organic beef, pork, chicken, and duck wursts with globetrotting toppings like kimchi, pâté, and smoked-onion chutney. Aside from two versions that come chopped up for sharing, these house-cased wieners are nestled into spongy poppy-seed buns and served with curious condiments—candied-apple mustard and pineapple-cola ketchup are two tasty oddballs. Though flavors fall a bit flat for all the bombast of the zany ingredients, these franks are still worth snapping into. Pass up a starter called amigo dip: salami with cream cheese is funky, slimy, and definitely not your friend. For dessert, try the tobacco-infused milkshake. Smooth and smoky with a slightly spicy tinge, its vanilla ice cream base is a dead ringer Häagen Dazs, but is expertly made in house. Beers come in cans and bottles but wine, sake, and port are on tap.
Dragon pig sausage, $8.50; classic bratwurst, $8; tobacco milkshake, $6.50
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