New York

Astor Wines and Spirits

Cuisine: American

Price: $$

399 Lafayette St

New York, NY 10003 | See Map

Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

(212) 674-7500

Mon - Sat: 9AM - 9PM

Sun: 12PM - 6PM

At A Glance

  • Alcohol
  • Bar
  • Beer/Wine
  • Good For Kids
  • Dinner
Astor Wines and Spirits







With "mammoth" (11,000-sq.-ft.) proportions and an "encyclopedic" selection spanning "any kind of wine, bubbly, spirit" or sake imaginable at "some of the best prices in the city", this NoHo behemoth remains a NYC "favorite"; "you could spend a day roaming" the "user-friendly layout" in search of that "hard-to-find bottle" – or "geek out" with the "well-versed" staffers who'll guide you to "real treasures" – at this "stellar cellar" that "has all your imbibing needs" covered, from "frequent tastings" and "free delivery" to a "varied calendar" of classes at the "educational" Astor Center upstairs.

About the Restaurant

Astor Wines and Spirits is located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan and serves American cuisine. Astor Wines and Spirits serves alcohol. Astor Wines and Spirits does not offer delivery.

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