The name means “grandma” in Yiddish, but to celebs, punksters and stroller-pushers who wait all morning for a table, it means brunch. The sun-blasted restaurant, originally a pie kitchen, has morphed into an all-day gourmet picnic; at the front, insulated from the pram parking lot, is the bar. The fluorescent dessert cases and gaudy floral wallpaper will fade after one of the mimosa flights (classic, grapefruit-lemonade, blood orange) or pickle-brined Bloody Marys. Top off your buzz with Bubby’s mile-high apple pie, then stick a fork in it — you’re done for the day.
Time Out says
- 120 Hudson St
- New York
- Cross street:
- at North Moore St
- Subway: A, C, E to Canal St; 1 to Franklin St
- Average main course: $23. AmEx, Disc, MC, V. Cash only during the day Sat, Sun
- Opening hours:
- Mon–Thu, Sun 8am–11pm; Fri Sat 8am–midnight
- Do you own this business?
- Sign in & claim business
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