If you've had it up to your cuello with Victoria and Corona, we know an airy German restaurant that may be just what the beer doctor ordered. Nibelungengarten, located in laid-back Narvarte, features a variety of imported beers that you can swig at Munich-style communal tables. Sausages are made in-house, with a fine assortment of local meats prepared in the German fashion. Giant platters can feed a few friends, and Thursday through Saturday, each guest can order two bottled beers for the price of one. If that doesn't make you want to drop your lederhosen and get your gardetanz on all over a table of jovial beer drinkers, you're just too hard to please.


A beer-hall-style restaurant reminiciscent of German joints, where the beers are imported and the sausages house-made.
Sometimes you just need a damn pilsner and some smoked meats.
Dr. José María Vertiz 1024, Colonia Narvarte, Delegación Benito Juarez, 03600
Mon., Tues. & Sun., 1-9 p.m.; Weds., 1 p.m.-midnight; Thurs.-Sat., 1 p.m.-2 a.m.


By Megan Frye

Megan Frye is a professional vagabond who swears she's danced with the dead at the pyramids. She can usually be found eating her way around Mexico City. Tweet her about the food that makes you squeal at @fryechild.