Countryside fare for city folks can be found at Bubby’s Tribeca, where the beloved homestead feeling transports you far away from the bustle of the city beat. Just as in the beginning when it started out as a wholesale pie company, Bubby’s has maintained dedication to cooking everything from scratch. This includes curing and smoking all meats in-house and rolling every pie by hand. It also holds true to the delightful country character, complete with high ceilings made from wooden beams – just like being out back at the barn. Head out to Bubby’s for midnight brunch Tuesday through Sunday, and grab a slice of the sweet and tart homemade strawberry rhubarb pie.
One peek inside Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs, and you’ll know exactly how it got its name. Tucked between two notably larger buildings, this quaint three-storey townhouse serves up modern American cuisine with Southern and French influences. The tin ceilings, salvaged wood paneling throughout, and hand-made tile speak to lovers of all things vintage. Enjoy your time at Tiny’s in the back dining room, where you’ll find a wood-burning fireplaces that casts a warm glow onto the dimly lit space. It is especially welcoming and romantic during cold New York winters.
This bright, buzzing cafe sits right next to Terra and is a hidden culinary gem disguised as a coffee shop. You’ll go in for the classic cold-brewed iced coffee, and you’ll stay once you catch a whiff coming from the kitchen. The sandwiches, soups, and salads are light, with an emphasis on vegetables delicately cooked and paired with greens and grains. Enjoy the avocado feta toast or cauliflower tahini sandwich while you catch up with friends or work at one of Gotan’s ample, spacious wooden tables. Grab an oatmeal flax cookie for the road if you like the idea of a cookie that tastes like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.