The Best of Brunch in Tribeca


Following the Thanksgiving indulgence, Sunday brunch is a sacred ritual for New Yorkers. Luckily, residents of the Woolworth Tower Residences condos are close to famed brunch destinations. Even before becoming synonymous with haute jams and fruit spreads, Sarabeth’s has been serving Tribeca residents its famous popovers, fluffy French toast, pancakes, omelets, quiches, and egg scrambles every weekend. Another Tribeca landmark, The Odeon often evokes the neighborhood's bustling nightlife. But on the weekend, patrons can also enjoy its mix of salads, sandwiches, and classic brunch entrees with the same chic and quintessentially Downtown ambiance. For soul-food Mediterranean, Locanda Verde blends Italian flavors with brunch staples like the Frittata Caprese, as well as an assortment of pasta options and a decadent fire-roasted garlic chicken.

After a satisfying brunch, residents can enjoy a leisurely weekend stroll through one of the many parks in the area. Battery Park offers sweeping harbor views, alongside 200,000 square feet of perennial gardens, woodland, lawns, an urban farm, the SeaGlass carousel, and the Bosque Fountain. The 550-acre Hudson River Park stretches four miles along the water from Battery Park City to Hell’s Kitchen, with piers, esplanades, gardens, recreational spaces, dog runs—and, of course, benches for a reflective moment to enjoy some of the city’s most spectacular waterfront views.

Only two of the Penthouse Collection residences remain at The Woolworth Tower Residences. Contact our team to learn more or schedule a private tour and begin your TriBeca lifestyle today.