| ||Sit inside the low-key café and
you'll feel like you've settled into a rustic bistro: heavy wood beams
hold up the ceiling, a wood stove
warms the room, and a gas street lamp throws dim light on exposed
brick. During the warmer months you are likely to find the large barn
doors on the front of the building propped wide open looking out onto
the sidewalk dining and passers by. |
Friendly bartenders and a broad
selection of 15 beers on tap,
with one hand pump, help you wet your whistle. The menu is simple but
accomplished with a blackboard list of specials and a focus on
seasonality of local products.
From housemade hot and cold soups to an
extensive sandwich collection and entrees from a Fish of the Day to a
Grilled New York Strip Steak you are sure to find something for
Where To Sit:
a table by the open window and you'll feel right at home in Old
City--albeit a less crowded, less pretentious corner of the
in the heart of the old city gallery district, Race Street Cafe is
proud to display a new set of art featuring local and student artists
beginning every first Friday. Stop by to see our current display.
What Our Customers Are Saying:
"Great place to have a late dinner on a Saturday night!"
"This place is really good. Great beer selection, really yummy food which goes a bit beyond typical
"This hidden gem has been one of my city-wide favorites for a few years now!"
"bar food," nice bartenders. The owners are nice people, too!"