The biggest restaurant in the Sarabeth’s mini-empire is bright and airy, not a surprise to anyone who remembers when the space was Bazzini’s. The walls are white, with both country touches (New England–style interior windows and cabinetry) and Tribeca ones (a polished concrete floor, that wonderful vaulted ceiling). Most of the ground floor’s 6,000 square feet is devoted to seating (240 total), with the kitchen located downstairs. To the right of the front door is Sarabeth’s retail bakery and bar. While the breakfast and lunch menus are fairly similar to the uptown branches’—American comfort food with an occasional twist (there’s even a stone oven for pizzas)—the dinner menu is where you’ll see subtle shifts. Sarabeth’s is also serving afternoon tea.