Casual and fun, offering Algerian-influenced recipes as well as contemporary-American comfort food. There’s also a list of (gasp!) 300 bottles of beer, beer on tap, and a list of craft cocktails.
Breakfast consists of pancakes, croissant french toast, omelets, Huevos Rancheros, and avocado toast. There’s also a grilled paratha served bagel style, with smoked salmon and dill/caper cream cheese. Lunch offerings are sandwiches and burgers, soup, and inventive salads including hearts of palm salad and Drunken Noodle salad.
The hot and cold tapas menu, served for lunch and dinner, is where the Algerian influence shines. Choose from Shakshouka, a tagine of the week, a mezze plate of pita, hummus, baba ganoush, labneh, and fava bean puree, or Hawawshi flatbread. You’ll also find a grilled chicken or shrimp quesadillas, Algerian green beans, kofta kabobs, and a mac’n cheese made with New Belgium Fat Tire beer.
Desserts and pastries are all made in-house and vary day to day. Beer House Café’s list of infused cocktails includes a Butterscotch Old Fashioned, a Baklava Martini, and a Dirty Chai White Russian.