Walker’s is a longstanding neighborhood bar and restaurant in Tribeca–the go to place for nearby residents. Despite Tribeca’s reputation as an exclusive neighborhood favored by celebrities, Walker’s is definitely not a place where you would expect to find a scene. Rather, it’s the place you go with family and friends to enjoy good renditions of American staples–soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, brunch favorites, and hearty pasta, steak, and seafood entrees.
Walker’s has three distinct spaces. It would be best to avoid the front room if there is a game on. While it’s the biggest space, It’s also where the bar is located and there are a couple of flat screen tvs. If there’s an important game we are sure it will be very loud. That said, while it was noisier when we arrived, it was pretty mellow when we left.
Walker’s also has two narrow dining spaces, and they are usually much quieter than the bar area. Our visit during a crowded Saturday brunch was pretty pleasant even with a screaming baby (the screaming, fortunately, was short-lived). Music played in the background, but it wasn’t too loud. Despite the crowd–and the occasional fuss–the space was perfectly fine and we enjoyed our visit. Recommended.
11:00 a.m. to 3:45 a.m. every day
16 N. Moore Street (at the corner of Varick), New York, NY 10013