After running Zum Schneider NYC for successful 12 years, it was time for expansion.

 

Why Montauk/THE END?

I’ve called Montauk my home since 2005 and spent many years as a visitor before that. As in Alphabet City in 2000, people thought I was crazy. Bavarian sausage and beer by the beach?! Well turns out, locals and visitors alike consider it relaxing to have a nice cold Weissbier or a fresh Pilsner with a plate of hearty German food after work or a sun-drenched day at the beach.

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I missed summers in the beergarden with friends, family and people of all kinds, coming together to relax and celebrate life. Embracing those yearnings, I created Zum Schneider.
— Sylvester Schneider, Owner

We are proud to serve authentic German-Bavarian food and 12 German beers on tap. Being right by the ocean, we’ve designed the menu with a bit more seafood, like Scallops in Sauerkraut and Beery Oyster Shooters. Unlike NYC, we have a full bar and a list of specialty cocktails.
Given my love for music, I was excited with the larger venue, where I could finally introduce more live entertainment. Presenting live bands every weekend, we not only quench the locals and vacationers thirst for excellent beer but live music and dancing. Our own band Moesl Franzi and the JaJaJas is playing on a regular basis.
Zum Schneider has had a soccer club since 2003, Zum Schneider FC 03, founded by me, Sylvester (President) and Alexander "Kaiser" Berscheid (Manager/Coach) right after the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan.

We are located a few steps away from the beach, and close to numerous hotels and motels. The LIRR train station is a short drive away (cabs always on site). The Hamptons Jitney Bus stops around the corner.

Zum Schneider MTK is a place to enjoy authentic German-Bavarian food and beers, sing and dance together and enjoy life to the fullest.

Prost!
Sylvester Schneider

Enjoy a beer on tap rigth at the bar
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Authentic German Food at Zum Schneider