Bubby’s NYC

Fresh & Filling American Comfort Food

By Kelsey, 1. May 2017
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Bubby’s NYC serves comfort food straight from scratch!

Bubby’s NYC opened in 1990 as a shop selling pies to local restaurants and neighbors. Today, they have two locations in NYC! To stand out of the crowd, they specialize in defending American table and letting people know where their foods come from that are on their menu. It’s about the ethnic additions and thoughtful sourcing that add to the American food culture! In our opinion Bubby’s has truly conquered owning the fresh comfort food division and is one of the best here in the city.

Be prepared to leave Bubby’s NYC FULL!

The menu includes a variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner items that are all delicious. Bubby’s NYC also offers happy hour specials that include $7 drinks and snacks. If you are looking to try more than one entree, we recommend sharing different items as the portion sizes are pretty large. Bubby’s NYC is great place to meet for a drink, go on a date, and/or dine in with a large group! See below for some of our favorites from the menu and you HAVE to try the biscuits!!

Our favorites from Bubby’s NYC

Buttermilk Biscuits $10

Egg’s Benedict $22

Blueberry sourdough pancakes $19

Bubby’s Burger $19

Mac & Cheese $7

Cobb Salad $20

Local Apple Pie- $7

Organic Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie – 7

Bubby’s Punch, Jamaican rum, lime, pineapple, Peychaud’s bitters, hint of coconut $12

Bubby’s NYC Locations

The restaurants are located in NYC’s Meatpacking District and in Tribeca. Both locations are perfect to stop in at while visiting Lower Manhattan. The Tribeca address is 120 Hudson St. 10013 and the Meatpacking address is 73 Gansevoort St 10014 which is right next to the entrance to the High Line. Enjoy!

Bubby's Tribeca
Address120 Hudson St
New York
NY 10013
Bubby's High Line
Address73 Gansevoort St
New York
NY 10014
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