About Tribeca Edinburgh
American-style diner by Broughton Street
Located on the corner of East London and Broughton Streets, the second Edinburgh TriBeCa quickly established itself after opening in 2016. Based on the classic American diner – with a large splash of NYC pizzazz – it is a cool mix of stripped brick walls, neon and pictures of the awe-inspiring Manhattan skyline by night. Open from breakfast through to 10pm, the New Town TriBeCa lives up its slogan: A little slice of the Big Apple in the heart of your neighbourhood.
Burgers, breakfast, brunch, dogs and steaks
You could have a superfood salad at TriBeCa New Town but why miss out on the chilli dogs, buttermilk pancake stacks and all American burgers?
From baby back ribs to rib-eye steaks, the menus here are all about hearty eating. And the kitchen is more than happy to salute the influence of immigrant cuisines on the American diet: try the quesadillas or the Chinese American General Tso’s chicken. Even Canadian delicacies such as poutine get a look in. Classic US cocktails and beers plus a wide-ranging wine list complete the line-up.
New Town transport links and attractions
TriBeCa New Town is on the corner where East London Street meets Broughton Street. Waverley train station is a brisk ten minute stroll while John Lewis, the Omni Centre and Edinburgh Playhouse can be walked in a little under that. There is limited, on-street, pay parking in the neighbourhood. York Place, at the top of Broughton Street, has a tram stop. Dozens of major bus routes run from the
top of Leith Walk.