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The rapidly swelling “breakfast all day” New York chain pops out its largest restaurant yet (nearly 6000 sq. feet), an eighth location that will surely generate its own ubiquitous sidewalk line every weekend during brunching hours. This first Tribeca outpost opens on Sarabeth’s (the restaurant, not the eponymous owner’s) 30th birthday, but it hasn’t forgotten its roots, what with its classic New England “sleek” countryside interior. Brunch is why you’re here, with American comfort items similar to the other seven spaces (ex. egg stuffed popovers, $13.50), though this locale will have its own unique dinner menu and ethos that might be even more “comfortable” than brunch is (chicken pot pie, $17.50). The massive space includes a retail bakery (where you can snag Sarabeth’s legendary preserves) and the chain’s first “real” bar, with its own menu and a solid selection of wine by the glass ($10 or $12) as well as its own beloved cocktails ($11). Even with all the extra space, Sarabeth’s Tribeca is certain to be booming, so best call in your weekend brunch reservation now!