Cafe D'Alsace

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Details
1695 2nd Ave (at E 88th St)
New York, NY 10128
(212) 722-5133
French, Café
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 10:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri: 10:30 AM–Midnight Sat: 9:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 9:00 AM–10:30 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Sponsored Tip: Order San Pellegrino or Acqua Panna water at this beer-friendly bistro and a donation will be made to Share Our Strength! Also: try the duck sausage.
  • One of the best UES spots for brunch. The dishes that shouldn't go unnoticed - Frittata D'Lyon, Eggs Petatou, and the Croque Madame.
  • The Duck Burger is one of the best burgers I've ever had!
  • First things first. Get a cappuccino. Now, you can get classic with a Croque Madame but if it was me I'd go straight for the kill with the lamb burger served medium rare. D'Alsace is French for "Win".
  • A great place for a lazy Sunday brunch go for the Omelette dAlsace or the Frittata Provencal, or maybe the Apple Pancake or the Tarte Flambee everything is delicious.
  • Best beer and wine on the Upper East Side!
  • Wine Enthusiast 2007-2009 Restaurant Award Winner!
  • The raisin croissant is delectable.
  • Good brunch
  • Goat cheese tatin!!!
  • Great Parisian brunch on the UES. Lots of outdoor seating in the shade!
  • Croque Madam or Monsuier - can't go wrong
  • Try the Goat Cheese Tartin appetizer. It's good enough to be dessert.
  • The Croque Monsieur is great!
  • Grilled Scotish Salmon was awesome! Liked the Steak Frites too.
  • Brunchie Munchies and the place to myself
  • Great place for lunch. Have the 25$ lunch set, very good deal! Steak and fries, cauliflowers and goat cheese tatin are excellent! Great cocktails as well.
  • Nice ambiance, great beer list, solid steak tartar, good tarte flambee. Duck is good, desserts are tasty. Good date place or dinner place.
  • Gianni Cavicchi, beer director for Cafe d'Alsace, developed the Cider sangria for the fall with the growing popularity of cider in mind.
  • Arguably the best frittata and chocolate croissant in the city.