A bit too busy on a Sunday morning breakfast! Portions are huge (American style) but the quality is not that great. Service is friendly and quick. But I will have breakfast somewhere else tomorrow morning.
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We had breakfast on Sunday morning. The service is great and Bubby’s is very family friendly. There were many couples with small children. The coffee was excellent, smooth and rich. I had eggs an cheese grits with sausage. The sausage had a nice sage flavor...More
Wonderful copper topped bar, exposed brick, great artwork and the service was excellent. The drinks were served in the old jars which is very cool. Definitely will be back
On our last day in NY our friends brought us here for breakfast. Friendly staff greeted us and promptly gave us menus, set up the kids with colouring in and took coffee orders. My 8 & 10yo were really looking forward to pancakes and they...More
Really like the atmosphere and the staff. Bubby's has a real southern feel. The portions are decent and the food is very tasty. Make sure to try the biscuits and they are out of this world delicious – you don’t even need the butter. They...More
I always make a stop at Bubby's! It's always a fun and relaxing time plus the food +drinks are incredible. I love the very homey, family appeal of the location.
Nice restaurant, good atmosphere. Service was a bit hit and miss, especially for NY, had to ask for more milk several times, got an order wrong and no hot milk for coffee (no steamer apparently). I don't like sweet stuff for breakfast so the pancakes...More
We visited on pancake day and decided to get the fried chicken and pancakes. I’ve never tried anything like this before and really stepped out of my comfort zone. Boy am I glad I did! Succulent and tasty, beautifully cooked chicken and pancakes to die...More
In the United Kingdom we have a yearly English tradition called Shrove Tuesday... 40 days before Easter Sunday. It’s a tradition feast day before the start of lent on Hash Wednesday. Back in the day, everyone would use the rest of their milk, eggs and...More