New York classics in Glasgow’s West End
Billed as ‘the original New York kitchen’, the TriBeCa Café Bar on Dumbarton Road was the first outlet of the rapidly expanding TriBeCa group. As in New York, customer service is a priority in TriBeCa Café Bar and a warm welcome is guaranteed. American flags and pictures of iconic New York scenes set the ambience inside while the NYPD Cruiser and Yellow NYC cab parked outside make TriBeCa Café Bar hard to miss.
Wide choice of American dishes
In keeping with TriBeCa’s American theme, diners are spoiled for choice here. The all day brunch menu is packed with deli-style sandwiches; burgers, bagels and hot dogs. There are smoothies, sundaes, shakes, boozy shakes and floats. There are several variations on breakfast involving pancake stacks or French toast. Naturally, you can have eggs pretty much anyway you want them including in a five egg omelette or as eggs Benedict.
In the evening, there is a grill menu of carefully selected Scottish steaks, langoustines and free range chicken. There is also the option to custom build your own burger starting from a base of six different burger patties including a veggie option. A host of Texan-style BBQ goodies from Smoak are another option. Kids also have their own menu.
Local attractions and transport
TriBeCa Café Bar is on Dumbarton Road, near the corner of Byres Road and Partick Cross. There is limited on-street parking and pay parking at Bunhouse Road. Local attractions include the bijou shops of Byres Road and the immensely popular Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The nearest underground is at Kelvinhall.