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Posted by jk on 04/13/2014
Every time I am in New York, I have to stop by and get some of those homemade biscuits. They are perfection!
Posted by sprung on food on 02/06/2014
Open 24 hours, this homey restaurant cooks up large portions of fresh, scratch made food that will put your real bubby's to shame. I've dined here for every meal, including a mid-afternoon snack comprised of their famous pie (which is actually how Bubby's got started).
Posted by Davepix.com on 02/19/2013
It's been about six years since I last visited Bubby's. I took a client there today and still love it! On the high side but par for Tribeca, all worth it. Had the portabello sandwich, mac N cheese and a biscuit.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/02/2012
We came here for a late night meal absolutely starving and were bitterly disappointed. I ordered steak and eggs that were literally inedible. The grits tasted like dish soap, the steak was overcooked and tasteless and the eggs were greasy. I left still hungry. Oh, and it was heinously overpriced. NEVER coming back here.
Posted by Kitschnfetish on 06/13/2012
I hope Bubby's wakes up. They have such a wonderful policy of farm to table & as organic as possible. Unfortunately they rarely update the specials menu. More unfortunate is the heavy hand at salting food that could be healthy and the chewy inedible expensive steaks they never seem to get right. What a waste. What do you mean you cannot tell me the specials I must get them online!?! 30 mins later still not updated I call back and am told you aren't delivering now anyway .. Huh!? Still no specials no delivery whatcha doing over there .. Working? Something's are good but they rarely make up for the poorly executed cooking and occasionally inept service. Bubby's: Please wake up I want so badly to love you!
Posted by Moe on 05/25/2012
Like another reviewer used to Love this place, especially when my kids were little. We came here for the comfort food, homey atmosphere and friendly service. It has now become a tourist trap and a pretentious Tribecca scene. Expensive, crowded, noisy, poor service, Not a good time. I still sigh with nostalgia when I pass by, but thats all I do is pass by!
Posted by mainstay on 06/05/2011
I moved to Tribeca in the late nineties and this place was like a second home. It had a family like atmosphere and REALLY good home style meals. I stayed loyal until very recently when I ordered one of my favorites and it was disappointing--fried chicken, mac and cheese and green beans. The chicken was greasy, the mac and cheese slimy (still had the good crusty topping but the inside was like slop) and the greens were just eh. This was not the first time I've been disappointed but it is the last time I'll eat there. Prices are over the top and the food has gone down, down, down.