Cafe D'Alsace

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Photo - Alex Hall

 A Alex top pick Full menu WiFi available Specializes in Belgian Beers Specializes in French Beers

1695 2nd Avenue
New York NY 10128
(Upper East Side)



Open 1030-2300 Mon-Thu, 1030-2400 Fri, 0900-2400 Sat, 0900-2230 Sun.

Craft Keg Taps: 6
Craft Bottles/Cans: 77

Beers: Beer range varies.

Nearest subway: 86th St(4 / 5 / 6), 86th St(Q)


Alsatian restaurant and bar with a remarkable beer list.

Directions – Q train to 86th Street, walk north two short blocks. Alternatively, 4 / 5 / 6 train to 86th Street, walk north on Lexington Avenue two blocks, turn right on East 88th Street, continue for two blocks to 2nd Avenue.

Alex says

Café d’Alsace is primarily a restaurant (modeled on a classic French bistro), but with bar seating also - so dining is not compulsory (but recommended!). It’s a very smart and laid back place, with a very focused view to their beer selection (there is a dedicated beer sommelier). The bar top is handmade in zinc, and there is a colourful display of antique soda bottles. Incredibly good, don’t miss. (9/2015)

Jezza says

Worth a visit if in the area; more bottles than drafts but overall good selection - perhaps more a restaurant with good beer on offer, including many Europeans but some good American beers too.

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