Wassail

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Details
162 Orchard St (at Stanton St)
New York, NY 10002
(646) 918-6835
New American, Cocktail, Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed, Sun: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM Thu–Sat: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • This Lower East Side locale boasts close to 100 varieties of cider, and with dishes like leeks with spaetzle and truffle butter, the vegetarian, British-centric menu isnt to be overlooked.
  • Free sparkling water on tap! (Oh and a million awesome ciders)
  • Looks great! http://www.grubstreet.com/2015/02/cider-bar-lower-east-side.html
  • So good. Will be coming back. Great place to take vegetarian and non-vegetarian friends alike. The food was innovative and excellent and the cider was fantastic. Highly recommend.
  • A great new spot for Vegetarians in the City. An excellent selection of Ciders on draft too, along with a rather delicious Apple Juice on draft
  • Great ciders on tap. Also try the apple juice. Order the scotch egg and jalapeo fritters. I would like to try other things on the menu
  • I recommend trying the International & New England flights if you want to sample a bunch of different types of cider. The pickles are a good snack. Skip the croquettes. The beans are yummy & filling.
  • Go here for the cider
  • Even if you're not up on cider, the food is worth a pop in. Only got to sample the lite bites but both the mushroom dishes were solid
  • Get the sourdough and the burrata. Seriously. They were disarmingly good. Cauliflower and duck egg were pretty good too, I honestly can't imagine any dish being bad.
  • Huge cider menu and a friendly staff to walk you through all the options.
  • Huge assortment of ciders from pretty much every region you can think of. The staff was very helpful in navigating us through their menu. Food looks very vegetarian-friendly.
  • Get the farnum hill 1422. Delicious hard cider with balanced acidity.
  • Can't get enough of the shadow play
  • We couldn't wait to get to Wassail. The cider, the service, and the space surpassed expectations. The sourdough bread is AMAZING.
  • Awesome service, awesome food - great for vegetarians
  • You can relax under Tudor-style beams and pink cherry blossoms, listen to some Pretenders, and let the friendly staff guide you around the mill.
  • Drinks were amazing
  • Amazing selection of cider.
  • Unfortunately this is essentially a wine bar. $13 for a glass of cider that is the same volume and ABV as a glass of wine. Tasty - no doubt, but probably only worth one visit.