Find yourself working in or near Tribeca? Here are some of the best take away lunch joints. We even snuck in a few places in Hudson Square and SoHo for when the weather is nice!
Designed in the style of a European "enoteca di vino," Mae Mae Café is designed and operated by Great Performances. This Soho Café features fresh, homemade, specialty dishes and an outstanding selection of wines that are also used decoratively throughout this warm and intimate ro...68 Vandam St (bet. Varick St & Hudson St)
Grandaisy is an artisan bakeshop where all products are made in small batches and with an emphasis on local ingredients. Their unique and distinctive product line flows with the seasons using fresh fruits and vegetables as they become available.250 W Broadway
Wonderful sandwiches, creative salads, delicious salads, fine soups and delightful desserts, all with no attitude. A few seats inside, but the place fills up fast at lunch time. If you find it too hectic at lunch time, consider an afternoon tea or coffee break here.227 W Broadway
This TriBeCa hangout is popular among neighborhood residents who like its casual indoor/outdoor atmosphere, and it is also a favorite for the New York film scene, given its close proximity to Miramax and Tribeca Film Festival offices. Originally started as a pie company, Bubby's ...118 Hudson St (N. Moore St.)