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La Cerveceria

Map & Directions 65 2nd Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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212-777-6965
  • 3 p.m. – 12 a.m. (Mon – Thurs), 2 p.m. – 3 a.m. (Fri – Sat), 2 p.m. – 12 a.m. (Sun)

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Beer is a major focus at this restaurant, located on a bustling stretch of Second Avenue in the East Village. Although American craft brews are emphasized, you’ll find nearly 100 brands from around the world, including far-flung places such as Finland and Lebanon. It’s all the more interesting because the tapas-style menu is straight-up South American with an emphasis on Peruvian plates. You’ll find ceviches, naturally (try the Ecuadorian seafood one), causas (go for the avocado option), and other small snacks like crispy calamari, yucca fries, and grilled corn salad. Not every dish is a winner, but the grub is well priced and the ambiance fun.

 
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  • Amanda on 10/30/11

    If you have anything, have the lobster guacamole!!

  • The Corcoran Group on 09/20/13

    When we're craving tapas, we flock to the joint for their awesome lobster guacamole, skirt steak skewers, fish tacos, and shrimp causas.

  • Patricia D. on 06/08/13

    Wyerbacher's Blithering Idiot. Seafood Causa. Panna Cotta. Well-reviewed by my Peruvian grandmother.

  • Erin N. on 07/02/12

    Save room for dessert, the goat cheese cheesecake is incredible and gluten free (no crust)

  • Scott A. on 03/02/12

    Very friendly and caring staff

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