About Sarabeth's Central Park South
Great any time of day! Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner and Brunch(Sat-Sun)
“Not just for Brunch.” "Not for many, many years now, and certainly not on Central Park South,” comments Frank Bruni of the New York Times about our wonderful dinner menu. Join us for an evening meal and reverse your thinking - Sarabeth's for Dinner.
Dock's Oyster Bar and Jane are the sister restaurants to Sarabeth's.
New York, NY 10019
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 3:30pm;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:30pm;
Late Lunch: Monday - Friday: 3:30pm - 5:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 4:00pm - 5:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm;
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Between 5th and 6th Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Discounted parking is available at Quik Park Garage located at 125 West 58th Street.
N, R & W trains to 5th Avenue, A, B, C, D & 1 trains to Columbus Circle, and the F train 57th Street.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For special events details, pricing and availability please email email@example.com or leave us a voicemail at 646.590.4184
With three private dining rooms, Sarabeth's Central Park South is the perfect location to host your private event. From brunch, seated dinners, or cocktail receptions, we can accommodate any type of event and will work with you to plan exactly what you envision!
Sarabeth's Central Park South Ratings and Reviews
Becoming more of a tourist place... business is great but too busy for someone used to the old days... Food and Service has moved down scale... Like the on Second Avenue that has closed...But this is okay for out of town guest... they have a broad offering.
We were very pleased with Sarabeth's, and it was just a short walk from our hotel and right across the street from the the south end of Central park. Even on a Saturday night in November, we were able to get a table for 2 with no wait. The menu was incredible, with some creative appetizers and entree specials. The sides were amazing as well, each with their own twist by the chef on a traditional side. The butternut squash au gratin was one of the best sides we've ever had, and went perfectly with the entree. Thanks for a wonderful ending to our NYC trip!
We were entertaining visitors from California and it was great to be able to hear ourselves talk! Sarabeth's is an oasis of civilization in a busy part of Manhattan. We have dined there several times recently. The food is very good, a bit on the pricey side but not outrageous by Manhattan standards. The bill was about $200 for two couples, each couple shared an appetizer and only one glass of wine was ordered, no dessert, two coffees. I was a bit surprised to see a $9 charge for "unlimited sparkling water" which was served from a refillable bottle (not a name brand) so I thought that was a bit much as no charge was mentioned up front.
We celebrated a family birthday at Sarabeth's - everyone was happy with the food (octopus appetizer, hangar steak and salmon entrees and peach and blueberry tart for dessert). Portions were generous and side dishes were tasty. There was a good selection of wine by the glass. Service was excellent without being "hovering."
My Mom and I had breakfast here on the 3rd day of our first trip to NYC. Sarabeth's was great - I could see it as a standard for me if I lived in NYC. The meal was great - frittata was light and perfect. The server lacked in personality - but we met some great ladies sitting next to us who livened up the morning! Definitely recommend.
Eggshells in my eggs benedict. Waiter did not addess it appropriately. Received our bill and I had to ask him if he spoke to a manager about the matter. Finally was addressed at my urging.
This place was a favourite—no longer. There has been a marked decline.
We were five people and the bill for brunch came to $218 before tip. That's high when there wasn't any alcohol involved! The main courses (omelette, caesar salad, quinoa tuna, hamburger, and adult grill cheese) were tasty. It's the prices that have gotten higher than I remember -- $10.50 for fresh squeezed juice (yes it was a big glass but still kind of pricey) and to charge $3.00 per person for unlimited sparkling when we probably only drank the equivalent of one bottle was also high, $7.50 for a double expresso? While I used to meet friends I'm not racing back.
That was an extreme disappointment. Incredibly expensive. The lemon ricotta pancakes were good but would have been happy with a smaller portion for a much lower price. I expected a more spacious interior with a good atmosphere. It was crowded, noisy, and had no atmosphere. Terrible disappointment and did not meet our expectations at all. It was a $60 meal for pancakes and French toast - and we drank water! When you factor in the total lack of atmosphere, it was a complete rip-off.
Go to The Palm for the same price at The Plaza Hotel a few doors down. Gorgeous!
The staff is attentive and helpful. The Four flower juice was delicious. I had the eggs benedict and was not really impressed by it. The pumpkin waffle was a little dry in our opinion. My husband had the scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and he really enjoyed his meal. The restaurant has great reviews and it was full so maybe we just didn't try the right things on the menu. However, we did enjoy our breakfast much more at the nearby Petrossian Boutique & Cafe that is nearby.
I had cancelled the reservation but ended up eating at Sarabeth's.....very long story; not sure if my cancellation was in time but as I said I did go there; hope I will not be penalized . Food was great especially the tomato soup. Charge was under Joseph Lacher if you need to check. thanks open table ❗️
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