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Drink

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beer pairing
 

—  Drinks —

In addition to the menus shown, we offer an extensive award-winning beer and wine list.
 Please contact our Sommelier directly for further inquiries and seasonal food and beverage pairings

INQUIRE


 

Cocktails

Session $12

—  Lillet Spritz—
lillet rosé, prosecco, orange & mint 

—  Siroco Mule  —
fonseca white port, almond orgeat, thyme&fever tree ginger beer

—  Oporto Lemonade  —
croft pink port, strawberry & mint

  Flutes $12

—  Flute d'Alsace —
mathilde pear, pear nectar & sparkling wine

—  La Fleur —
st. germain, mango & sparkling wine

—  Ginger Royale —
domaine canton ginger liqueur & sparkling wine

— Lychee Bellini —
lychee nectar & sparkling wine

  Maison $14

—  Don Juan —
milagro reposado, vida mezcal, lillet rosé, lemon, rose & cucumber 

—  East of Taipei —
jasmine infused vodka, yellow chartreuse, pink peppercorn & ginger

—  La Pastéque —
 flor de caña rum, watermelon, mint, lime & angostura bitters

—  Le Pamplemousse —
boodle's gin, giffard grapefruit, aperol, lemon & rosemery 

—  L'Abricot   —
virgl kane bourbon, apricot, lemon & reagan's orange bitters


Sans-Alcool $7

—  watermelon -Mint Lemonade —

—  Tropical Mule —

Draft Beer

Two Roads Brewing Company/Brasserie De La Senne 
“Brothers in Farms” Transatlantic Grisette
Stratford, Connecticut 6.5%
$6/5oz
$10/10oz

 Radeberger Brauerei —
"Radeberger" Pilsener
Radeberg, Germany 4.8%
$8/12oz

—  Long Island City Beer Project —
"Florette" Dry-hopped Farmhouse Ale
Queens, New York 6.5%
$5/6oz
$9/12oz

—  Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
"Tap 7 Unser Original" Hefeweizen
Kelheim, Germany 5.4%
$9/12oz

—  Gun Hill Brewing Company  —
"Divided Sky" American Style IPA
Bronx, New York 6.75%
$8/12oz

—  Jack's Abbey
“Franconian Kraft” Kellerbier
Framingham, Massachusetts 4.8%
$8/12oz

—  Oxbow Brewing Company
“Town Line Porter
Portalnd, Maine 5.5%
$5/5oz
$8/10oz


 

"I don't think any other New York restaurant combines this many Pilseners with food this sturdy.
Café d'Alsace won't just be beer today and gone tomorrow."
--NYTimes