Eat and drink enough at Restaurant Alma and you'll earn a virtual master's degree in contemporary food and wine. Chef Alex Roberts, a veteran of such white-hot New York City kitchens as Bouley, Union Square Café, and the Gramercy Tavern, builds dishes around strong flavors, painstaking prep work, and classic French technique. A typical result is the Portuguese-style stew crowned with perfectly tender in-the-shell clams, buttery squares of roast chicken, and slices of zippy chorizo, all tied together with a delectable, garlic-flecked tomato broth holding bland but necessary white beans. The 2016 addition of Cafe Alma offers a more relaxed dining experience, a place to grab a quick breakfast, a tartine for lunch, a Bittercube cocktail after work, or a sensible dinner. Also added in 2016 is the hotel portion of the Alma empire: Seven charming sleeping rooms located just above the cafe and restaurant.
American, Bar Food, Fine Dining, French, Health
Breakfast, Full Bar, Late Night, Lunch, Private Party, Reservations Accepted, Vegetarian Friendly
Lot Available, Street