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Brunch is a sport in New York City, and Tribeca’s one of its most impressive arenas. With a seemingly endless array of bloody marys, mimosas, and egg-centric dishes, there are plenty of great options when deciding where to brunch in Tribeca.

Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs

Tiny’s is a classy bar and grill in Tribeca that takes a fun, yet artisanal approach to its brunch offerings. The Drunken Donuts option, for example, is a goofy ode to people’s love of sweets during a hangover, but it comes together in the form of a homemade donut hole, with an elegant whiskey caramel.

Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs. 135 W Broadway.

Two Hands Restaurant & Bar

Two Hands is a crisp, modern restaurant with locations in nearby Nolita, and here in Tribeca. The brunch menu has a range of options, with creative options like the Smashed Avocado, served with sourdough, pickled shallots, cilantro, and more.

Two Hands Restaurant & Bar. 251 Church St.

Maman Tribeca

Maman is a trendy and sophisticated Tribeca bakery, cafe, and kitchen. The brunch cocktails are to die for, especially the Vineyard Peach Bellini. For eats, the Truffle Croque ‘Maman’ impresses with Parisian ham, and homemade truffle bechamel sauce.

Maman Tribeca. 211 W Broadway.

Tribeca’s Kitchen

Tribeca’s Kitchen is a neighborhood mainstay that you can hit any time of day for artisan breads, organic ingredients, coffee, tea, and hormone-free beef and poultry. The weekend brunch menu is highlighted by a Spiked Green Vegetable Juice option, and the delightful Avocado Benedict.

Tribeca’s Kitchen. 200 Church St.


Gotan is one of the best coffee proprietors in Tribeca, and it’s also a great local spot to grab some brunch. Enjoy your pour over with one of the sumptuous breakfast dishes like the Scrambled Cheddar Biscuit, or the House Cured Salmon Bialy.

Gotan. 130 Franklin St.