Tribeca Lunch Break
- waxyjax Nov 12, 2009 09:41 AM
i'm freelancing in Tribeca--very close to the A/C Canal stop. was just wondering if you guys know of any tasty lunch spots within a 5-10 minute walk of the area. I've tasted Columbine, which is quite nice, Pecan, which is not bad...and of course Chinatown isn't that far away. But wanted to see if there are any other spots I should check out.
Bouley Bakery has more than what was mentioned above, they have a whole assortment of cooked foods from pasta, to lamb, to fish etc , in addition to the salads and they charge by the pound, its help yourself , like a salad bar but with tons of good food.
Cercle Rouge is a good lunch place, Le petit Abeille is good , Dean's on Greenwich is inexpensive italian good for lunch, Mooncake is north of canal and great lunch spot, South's is good for catfish, burgers, salads. Walker's has the best burger's in tribeca and lots of other food and reasonable, Bazzini's makes good sandwiches,Grand Daisy diagnally across from Columbine has great great pizza especially the potato pizza, and good sandwiches and same pastries as Pecan from Ceci Cela. There's always Gee Whiz diner and Square Diner. Try Greenwich Grill for lunch its $12 and amazing very amazing. Pain a Cotedienne (sp) has good sandwiches, or get a cheap hot dog at Mike's papaya on reade street , or golden krust on church st.
241 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10013
33 Leonard St, New York, NY 10013
428 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013
339 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013
There is a great indian place on the east side of W broadway between Murray and Warren. I forget the name (even though I ate their last night), but we take in a lot from it and it's worth trying. It's very (very) basic but consistently good.
The pastrami sandwich from Zucker's on Chambers Street is not bad either and they have good smoked salmon too.