Walk to the back of La Cerveceria, and you'll encounter what can only be called the beer and wine library: tall glass cases lined with hundreds of bottles from some of the world's best breweries, Latin and American wines. While the cuisine is Peruvian, the beer skews principally American; it's a split that makes sense as soon as you sit down to eat.
The room itself is beautifully-appointed, built to be relaxing for long, winding evenings, and thank goodness: you've got a whole library to explore.
- The Restaurant Writes...
' La Cerveceria introduces Latin American tapas with sharp Peruvian influences and a concentration on American craft beers and new world wine from the realms of small and landmark producers. ' La Cerveceria celebrates a host of lime-influenced, cilantro-specked dishes. Crafted from the freshest ingredients available including organic and locally harvested finds, the restaurant builds upon the complex, classic flavors of Latin America, including marinated meats, seafood spice, hot habaneros dressed in flavorful sauces and subtle ceviches traditionally found south of the equator. With spice that has top toques raving, it goes down well with ' La Cerveceria’s standout list of New World suds. Our downtown New York City location, designed with natural woods, a marble bar, and a bright open kitchen that adds further warmth and provides the ideal setting for this new concept. Like the cuisine itself, ' La Cerveceria dining experience is updated, clean and high energy.
- Contact Kyle Saliba at (888) 654-6959