The beer is imported from Germany, the food is German-style comfort food, and the tables were made by a carpenter who builds furniture for brewery pubs in Cologne. But the similarities with what most people think is a typical German restaurant end right there. No jolly fellows swaying to folk music, no waitresses in dirndls, no cuckoo clocks on the walls, no yodeling. Nor does Michael Momm, the owner of Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, fit any of the stereotypes. Michael is a professional musician, DJ, and music producer. He represents the younger generation of Germans, people who grew up with German traditions but are able to translate them into a contemporary lifestyle.