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20 Spring St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Mott St.
Bread awesome daily bread
By mgillon on 3/14/2005
In the name of the father and the holy bread...Deliciously is my review...the best panini's I ever ate...The most beautifull and servers I ever saw and a fantastic crowd and place..Must be fun in the summer..Michael from Belgium Antwerp
By Abdullah on 12/5/2004
Exceptionally good food, outstanding service, and a fabulously individualistic atmosphere that rids itself from the pretentiousness that many restaurants seem to bear...and this is coming from one of the harshest critics. Try the tomato bread soup, the lasagna, and nutella on ciabatta bread (amazing!!!)
Comfort Food for the Hipsters
By battousai on 9/17/2004
Pasta is what rules the day at the trendy TriBeCa locale. Intimate but airy decor makes for a comfortable dining experience. Affordable wine list makes it comfortable on your wallet too. Service is pleasant and attentive so long as you avoid the weekend rush!
Best place in Nolita
By Woody on 9/2/2004
If you want to have fun eat well and feel at home go to Bread!!!
nice and frendly
By pippentus68 on 9/2/2004
It's so difficult to find good food and at the same time such a frendly atmosphire.Cozy and fun.
By sophia65 on 9/2/2004
After I've tried the tribeca one I went to the original.Now everithig make sense.Great food super frendly service I had so much fun!!!
By girlspy on 11/23/2003
First, Bread has no special brunch menu. You can get all sorts of lunch/dinner plates at 11 in the morning - not what I had in mind. The food was pretty good, but the waitress overcharged each drink on a table of four by $.50 - a total of $2.50, and handled it poorly when brought to her attention. Bad taste in my mouth.
Too much !!!
By aischwang on 11/16/2003
I would never go back to this restaurant. Firstly,they spilt a drink over my friend which they later put on the bill. Secondly,the service is so.....bad. Just dont go there,trust me unless you want to get ride of your date.
Cozy and romantic!
By destinyfreak on 9/30/2003
SUCH great atmosphere. From fresh daisys in budvases to flickering candles and white banquets with cushions, this is the perfect hole in the wall cheap but romantic date spot. Food is excellent and interesting.
By maryboyer on 8/8/2003
I started my meal with potato octupus salad. It was good but not too impressed about it. I then had the sardines sandwhich which melted in my mouth. Looking at other peoples food, it looked colorfully presented and looked yummy too. Worth recommending!
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