For their second outpost—the first is in Hell’s Kitchen—the folks behind the Mexican small-plates restaurant Añejo gave the Bread Tribeca space a thorough makeover without obscuring what made it special in the first place (the lofty openness and those luscious windows above sidewalk level). You’ll find a lot of exposed brick and reclaimed wood, along with touches of rich color, Mexican folk art, and crystal chandeliers. The bar was moved to the east side; and they’ve even added a downstairs lounge, called Abajo. With 120 seats—at the bar, traditional tables, and counter-height communal tables—the new Añejo is larger than its sibling, and the menu includes many of chef Angelo Sosa’s hits, while adding new dishes. Note: Delivery is currently only available for weekday lunch.