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Cafe d'Alsace

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  • French, German
  • 1695 2nd Ave, New York NY10128 40.779202 -73.951166
  • (At 88th St)
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  • (212) 722-5133
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User Ratings (Based on 81 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.5
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 722-5133
(646) 355-2854
Visa, MC, AmEx, DC Delivery Hours Mon-Fri: 11am-11pm Sat-Sun: 5pm-11pm
Mon-Thu: 10:30am-4pm+5pm-11pm Fri: 10:30am-4pm+5pm-12am Sat: 9am-4pm+5pm-12am Sun: 9am-4pm+5pm-11pm
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by Kerilyn on 10/29/2011

    UES Gem

    The beer list is very impressive and they have a cask. It's the only respectable craft beer bar in the UES with the bonus of great food. The scallops were perfectly cooked and delicious. Definitely a gem of the UES.

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by Gastrognome on 10/02/2011

    Excellent Alsatian Dining

    I stuck with the vegetarian dishes, but come back for them at least once a week. Especially exquisite are: gougeres, caprese tart flambee, farmers market salad, the french munster cheese, asparagus, mashed potatoes and creme brulee. You can also get your choice of cheese for even yummier spaetzle...

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by anonymouse on 06/11/2011

    Disappointing mussels

    Very disappointed in this place. Had high expectations based on a great review by NY Magazine. At the waitresses suggestion, we ordered the mussels which less than stellar. Will not return be returning anytime soon.

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by Andrew on 05/14/2011

    Bartender with the lightest hand on the UES

    Great spot for brunch in the spring. Eggs benedict are fantastic. If you're hungover and looking for a good cocktail/bloody with brunch then go somewhere else. Bartenders do not know how to make a drink unless you're into straight OJ or Tomato juice to get you through a tough morning.

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by One who enjoys food on 05/01/2011

    Where is the service?

    Have eaten here many times in the past. brunch is fantastic. eggs benedict and the goat cheese omlette are delicious. extremely poor and unattentive service was very dissapointing. our waitress was not pleasant, did not follow up and seemed like she was doing me a favor when I requested a refill on the bottomless cup of coffee i was drinking. as good as the food is, the incredibly awful service almost ruined the meal

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by Sean and Elvia on 04/10/2011

    Five out of five

    We have enjoyed five visits to this accommodating, friendly and tasty local French spot. The tartar and cheeses are always tasty. We always find a great wine at a great price. Their prefixe choices and daily specials have always satisfied us and we always leave feeling that we spent less for more. We don't get to say that too much anymore in this town. It's a great spot with a great staff. We'll see you soon.

  • Cafe d'Alsace

    Posted by UE Sider on 01/31/2011


    I'm not sure where these bad reviews are coming from, but everything we had was delicious, the servers didn't rush us, the 2001 Bordeaux was fantastic, and this place has the best French food I've had on the UES. Frog legs were in the most delicious sauce, the steak tartare had a wonderful bite to complement the meat, and everything through dessert had us exclaiming in delight (prune ice cream!). Will definitely be back.

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