Photos: Briana Balducci
OL’DAYS, the all-day café, will open its second NYC outpost in TriBeCa at 73 Warren St on April 5th. Founded in 2014 by sisters Martina and Juliana Fracchia and their longtime best friend Camila Basigalup, OL’DAYS is inspired by traditions of hospitality that shaped the trio growing up in Argentina. The TriBeCa location boasts 80 indoor seats (2,000sqft), including a mezzanine (available to rent for private events) that can seat up to 30 guests.
The menu includes lighter fare such as Sweet Burrata (baby heirloom tomato chutney & creamy burrata), The Forest (almond pesto, carrot hummus, melted cheese and portobello mushrooms), Old Blue (gorgonzola, arugula and fresh pears with a touch of balsamic vinegar and tree nuts) and more.
All-day brunch – Served seven days a week - brings sweet and savory dishes like Champ Pancakes, oat and yogurt pancakes filled with mashed banana, and topped with coconut flakes; French Toast with maple syrup and fresh fruits; and Buddha Bowl with wild quinoa, adzuki beans, tomatoes, seeds, sauteed spinach in kiwi vinaigrette.
Also, exclusive to the TriBeCa location is a kids menu that offers whimsical takes on OL’DAYS classics like Monster Avocado Toast, Crazy Face Homemade Yogurt, Peanut Butter & Jelly Monster Friend and more. Co-founder Martina Fracchia saying, “We chose TriBeCa for our second NYC location as we wanted a space where families could come together, connect with one another and enjoy nourishing farm-to-table fare.”
For more information, visit oldayscoffee.com/home-us