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Bubby's

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  • American (Traditional), Southern & Soul, Barbecue, Local/Organic
  • 120 Hudson St, New York NY10013 40.719807 -74.008314
  • (At N Moore St)
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  • (212) 219-0666
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User Ratings (Based on 68 reviews)

2.955
Food 3.3 Value 2.3
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 219-0666
Fax:
fax
(212) 219-0076
Website:
www.bubbys.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon: 7am-10pm Tue-Sun: 24 hours
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Open 24 Hours, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Delivery Area:
Canal to Chambers St W Bway to W Side Highway

User Reviews

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2005

    I was pleasently surprised!

    Recently, one sunday I had met a friend for brunch @ Bubby's.The crowd out front indicated a long wait however bubby's is notorious for being a scene. With that being said,the rest of our experience was quite pleasant. Food was very rich and delicious, our waiter was on her game, food was a bit pricey, but hey it's tribeca.

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Bops on 07/16/2005

    Bubby has let me down

    Disappointment! Over Priced, Poor Service, Generous Portions yes, but sad display, crowded, tables too close together, celebrity sighting (Mike Myers), burnt coffee!

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2005

    Celebrity sighting..that's about it

    I basically paid for a celebrity sighting. Michael Myers was a table away. The breakfast was overpriced for what seemed like upscale diner food. The waitress stopped at our table 2 twice. Once to order, then to give check. The atmosphere was warm and pleasant and had a lovely grandma'ish feel. But nothing amazing.

  • Bubby's

    Posted by diningdiva on 04/12/2005

    Great Weekend find!

    I went last weekend, TWICE, one early afternoon with some girlfriends for a leisurely lunch before shopping and had such a great time (great food, we each had sandwiches all on great homemade bread) that I had to drag my boyfriend back the very next day.. (this time we tried some of the breakfast specials, highly recommend the crunchy french toast and the turkey sausage, to DIE for).. On both visits my party had to wait apx 30 minutes but it was the weekend (to be expected) and it was gorgeous outside so who cares? Also the hostesses were very nice, the bar accomodating, and once seated the servers were very friendly.. I can't imagine a nicer place to spend the weekend mornings... Looking forward to another visit soon.. (ps- my only gripe.. should accept American Express cards)

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Rob on 03/20/2005

    Better years ago

    Bubby's WAS a great restaurant years ago. Having not been in over five years I went back a week ago and was shockingly disappointed. Years ago you had to wait a while for your food but it was always freshly cooked and delicious. Now with its popularity my 3 meat barbeque special was obviously pre-made and reheated! The chicken was dry, the ribs barely heated and full of fat and the pulled pork was cold. Plus the sides were poor. Not to mention the portion was half the size it used to be! Really disappointing.

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Leighann on 12/08/2004

    Great Food

    We ate at Bubby's for the first time and the food was great. This restaurant was highly recommended by a NY police officer whom eats there often. I had the meatloaf which was great and a huge portion.

  • Bubby's

    Posted by Joseph in NYC on 06/05/2004

    Go early... or wait forever

    Some previous reviews seem to be a bit tough on Bubby's. I eat there quite often, but try to get there when it opens on a sunday rather than wait for the enormous brunch-time queue to form. I've never had any trouble with the food (or seen any unwanted wildlife on the floor). Pancakes and cooked breakfast (eggs, homefries etc) are great. I wouldn't bother with the sandwiches and salads - you can get better elsewhere. And true, it's not cheap, but the food's an awful lot better than a cheap diner.

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