Suburban at best, Alameda is widely known for its variety of good restaurants and bars. With a good range of produce and a variety of themes and alcohol, it’s understandable that bar-hopping is a recurring occasion in this little town. Take a look at some of the top 10 suggestions for eating out in the area.
One of the newer additions to the alcohol scene in Alameda, Wine & Waffles serves exactly what you would expect and more. There are 200 different variations of fine wine that are mainly from California, South America and even Europe. But don’t fret because the non-wine lovers out there can expect locally brewed beer as an option, which make wonderful accompaniments to their many snacks ranging from Baja fish tacos to their chicken waffle sliders. Decorated for a more relaxed ambiance, Wine & Waffles proves that there is no need to drive to Napa for some wine.
Wine & Waffles, 1505 Park St, Alameda, CA, USA, +1 510 523 2301
Another addition to Alameda’s nightlife is the brewery located farther down Park Street. One of the more inexpensive places to get a buzz on, Alameda Island Brewing Company showcases their specialized beers that are created in the back. Whether choosing the taster, the glass, or even the 64-ounce growler, you’ll surely enjoy your time drinking while playing with the stacks of games they offer.
Alameda Island Brewing Company, 1716 Park St, Alameda, CA, USA, +1 510 217 8885
German themed, Speisekammer presents its culture with a heavy hand of beer and classic meals that you could only get in Germany. Order a pint – they only serve German-made beers – with some sausages, and enjoy watching the traditional folk dancers perform.
Speisekammer, 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda, CA, USA, +1 510 522 1300