Dark-wood panelling completes the art deco interior of this comfortable East Brunswick local. The space is divided into three sections with varying levels of intimacy. The main room, fronting Lygon Street, is the focal point and contains the bar. The back room is a cosy parlour complete with a fireplace, and the backyard beer garden provides larger tables among bamboo plants and festive lighting.
Becks is on tap and the simple wine and cocktail list suits The Alderman's unpretentious vibe. We encourage you to settle in and order from the menu of simple Sicilian bar food, provided by next-door neighbour, Bar Idda, for a reasonable price. It’s little wonder The Alderman is a home away from home for many East Brunswick locals.
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