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240 E 75th St
New York, NY 10021
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- Sun - 11:30am - 10:00pm
- Mon - Sat 11:30am - 11:00pm
4.8 of 5.0 from 32 reviews
price range:$11 to $25
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B. Cafe Reviews
Order the free range chicken with mashed potatoes, with a few Kwaks, and finish it off with the Belgian waffle desert.
by Joe M.
Great brunch food and sitting outside in the back garden is awesome!
by Brie B.
Amazing service, great selection of Belgian beers.
by Joe S.
Excellent food along with a great choice of some of the worlds' best beer ( Belgium!) Always a home run
by Gordon D.
Frites and B Cafe sundae (speculos ice cream!!!). Quak beer. Do it.
by Christine G.
Everything is phenomenal. Steak Frite and the beef stew are definite favorites!
by Brent W.
Excellent selection of Belgium beer. The burger, although cooked properly, was a bit too dense but fortunately the mussels in red curry sauce made up for it completely. Service was very courteous!
by Tony X.
Get the bartender to give you a bier tutorial.
by Sam S.
Absolute favorite in the UES. Great beer selection, friendly bartender, and really good traditional Belgian dishes. It's a must try if you're in the neighborhood.
by Marcos C.
Great place to get a quick cocktail or dinner. Bartenders are extremely friendly and conversational.
by Marcos C.
Attentive service. Good neighborhood joint; not worth going out of your way for but definitely worth checking out if you're close
Delish Belgian stew. Mussels were greaaat!
by Laura D.
Try B.Cafe Omelette (carbonnade flamande, gryuere and eggs) as a hearty Belgian alternative to typical brunch omelettes. Served with a small green salad and fries for $15.
Just a warning there is no whole wheat toast. Or skim milk. But the statue is cute
by Roya N.
One of only two restaurants in the city that serve Scaldis. 12% alcohol and absolutely delicious.
by Amanda K.
If you like spicy Bloody Mary's... best one in the city hands down
by Simon H.
Absolutely the best brunch in the city. The eggs Norwegian is top notch.
Sit in the back for brunch
by doug t.
Traditional belgian cafe. Heavy, delicious brunch and wonderful beer selection.
by Lauren G.
Try the Hoegaarden Framboise - Tasty. Nice choice Lana. (via @Foodspotting)
by Greg B.
They have an amazing girlie beer: raspberry smth. Awesome! Think raspberry prosecco!
Don't seat outside in the winter month. Froze there!
Good mimosa though a bit pricey. Ambiance allows for good conversation.
The west side location has better ambiance. No french fries with the Croque Madame unlike the west side.
They have one of my favorite beers here - Wittekerke.
by pinsuda s.
Great beer. May become a neighborhood favorite. Stop serving food at 11pm.
by Bill H.
Eating the curry mussels is like having angels crying on your tongue.
by Adam I.
Belgian restaurant with an extensive menu of Belgian Beer. End your meal with, or make your meal of, the Belgian Waffle with Vanilla Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce.
by The Corcoran Group
bartender who is from Wallonia, Belgium, looks like Moby (or his bro)! $12 Kriek beer as I recall. UES prices (o;
Great date spot with a wide range of Belgian beers. Sit outside in the back garden for a wonderful evening of ambiance and great food. Also, if the wait at Melons is too long, get the B Café burger
by The Corcoran Group
Belgium waffle with ice cream is the best dessert I've ever had.
by Parry L.
Great desserts, and a huge selection of beers.
by Philip B.
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