Belgian Beer Café

Row 1

220 5th Ave (26th Street)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 575-2337
Belgian, Bar, Pub
$ $
Mon, Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Tue–Wed: 11:00 AM–Midnight Thu–Fri: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Recently opened cafe, boasts six variations of moules frites, & steak tartare bits. Menu items are listed with its beer pairing while the bottled brews are available at three separate temperatures.
  • Wondering if this place could have more douche bags in it
  • The fries are "double fried," which probably means quadruple fried. So get two orders, they're delicious.
  • It took almost 2 years for this place to open, but it was worth the wait. They have delirium on draft! And, you can't beat the shrimp coquettes paired with mussels. Great spot for happy hour.
  • The ultimate place to satisfy your craving for a Belgian brew. Don't pass on the food though - we love the Hoegaarden Mussels, & the fact that menu provides suggested beer pairings to help guide you.
  • Overpriced. What can I say.
  • Poor beer selection high prices. Better beer options in neighborhood. Belgian and otherwise
  • Lively spot for drinks and bar food after work
  • Overcrowded, poorly designed space. Charges tax and withholds change on cash payments. Stay away
  • Wide selection of Belgian beers , and great food to pair with them!
  • The Carmelito beer is great. But the duck sandwich and pretzel were just too heavy. The pretzel cheese sauce was good :)
  • Fine beer selection - pretty overpriced
  • For those who have actually lived in Belgium, this feels like home. Great beers with the right savoir-faire and great food too.
  • Great beer selection. The warm pretzel was delightful.
  • Very central located. You get most common Belgian beers there. Food was good.
  • Good Belgian beers
  • Happy hour is a catch.
  • Everything :-)beer. People. Decor. Ambience
  • They're offering St. Feuillen Saison and Gulden Draak beers and the Abbey Cheese Croquettes and Braised Short Rib Croquettes for Ales N' Apps Week (May 9-13)
  • Cool spot. Beers are a little spendy