Bubby’s Pie Company

By grace.g.yang ยท October 1, 2010
Under: American,Brunch,Burgers,Lunch,My Life,Tribeca

A while back, Laura, David, and I met up for a late brunch at Bubby’s in Tribeca. We’ve tried going in the past but the waits have always been super long, luckily, the day we went, we only had to wait for about 20 minutes. We were seated in the back of the restaurant and were presented with freshly made biscuits with soft butter and jam:


The biscuits reminded me of the ones I’ve had at Clinton Street Baking Company but the ones at Bubby’s were a little more dry and crumbly. For breakfast, we decided to order separately and share everything – I ordered the corned beef hash with two poached eggs and a loaf of bread:


David ordered the cheeseburger with a side of cheesy grits:


And Laura ordered something similar to the Bubby’s breakfast – scrambled eggs with bacon and scallions, cheesy grits, and a side of bread:


The three of us at brunch:


The brunch was good, but the portions weren’t that large and the cheesy grits that Laura and David ordered were a bit too oily for me. Everything is organic or local (which explains why it’s so expensive), but I just didn’t think the quality of food was that impressive. It’s a good option since it’s not that far away from our apartment, but definitely not worth a special trip to the area.

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