Two Hands
251 Church St.
(bet. Franklin and Leonard)
American (New)
More casual than fancy

Like the original Two Hands on Mott Street, the Tribeca outpost serves breakfast, lunch, and coffee. The menu is mainly focused on light, vegetable-focused dishes, and with pale wood and whitewashed brick, the room has the familiar Two Hands vibe. The dyed concrete floor, inspired by the Bronte Baths, a seaside pool in Sydney, is particularly stunning. Note: You can order takeout at the restaurant, but you can’t call it in. And cash is not accepted.

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1 Comment

  1. I liked this place the one time I ate here but didn’t like that they charge for each coffee refill as if each was a new coffee order. Who does that in NYC? So I don’t plan on going back here until they change their coffee policy. It’s not that I can’t afford it. It just feels like a petty little ripoff.