With its mega-high ceiling and windows to match—on two sides, no less—Bread Tribeca is one of the more inviting rooms in the neighborhood. There’s a decent-sized bar along one of the windowless walls, handy for solo diners, and the open kitchen is along the other. Modern pendant lights and cast-iron columns add character. The food is casual Italian, with pizzas, pastas, panini, and entrées such as roast chicken and grilled salmon; a section of the menu called Cleanse promises dishes that are “gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, and guilt free.” Bread Tribeca also now serves breakfast on weekdays. Note: It has the same owner as Gigino. NOTE: In November 2012 Bread Tribeca closed; it will reopen “a few blocks away” and is still delivering in the meantime.