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About Sarabeth's Central Park South
Great any time of day! Breakfast, Lunch, Late Lunch, 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: Sunday-Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 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
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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
I've been hearing about Sarabeths for as long as I remember. On a recent anniversary trip to NYC, we searched day in and day out for a spot for two. Finally, on our last morning in the city, one came available. I ordered the spinach and goat cheese omelet and it was the fluffiest, heartiest omelet I had ever had! My husband ordered the highly recommended Eggs Benedict and was pretty disappointed. He said they were cold and lacked much flavor. Fortunately, my omelet was the size of NYC, so I shared, and all was well. Prices are quite high for breakfast, especially coffee and orange juice. I was also quite disappointed in the drab, dingy decor. Finally, my scone could have been better. This is a 3.5- 4 star restaurant commanding 5 star prices.
We had a very good meal in relative quiet (a weeknight around 7pm). It seems the CPS location is busier at lunch than at dinner and we wanted less noise, so it was just right. Great seafood cob salad, grilled branzino, creative appetizers, and attentive servers.
I have always loved Sarabeth's, and our latest visit reminded me why. Service was impeccable, we got a great table near the window with a view of the park. We ordered late breakfast on a Friday, and the kitchen was accommodating and allowed us to order a little early off the lunch menu. Everything was fresh and tasty, and the breakfast cocktails are always a treat.
Good coffee, super nice service, great place to take out of towners who don’t have sophisticated palates. Otherwise, VERY expensive eggs and French toast. I ordered from the special menu for Restaurant Week but should have stuck with more traditional offerings.
It is overpriced. Since it's such a famous place I expected a great service and atmosphere. Food was pretty good but I am sure they are many places in New York that you can have a better brunch at that price. Also none of the host or servers say or ask anything other than what they just need. Recommend to visit only if you want to hit a well known but with low expectation on service and food.
The most challenging part of eating at Sarabeth's is choosing among the many wonderful options! And, if you do not see exactly what you want, you can ask and your request might be honored! The pumpkin waffle came with sour cream which did not necessarily make sense until you tasted it! (A companion said, "It should be whipped cream!" but withdrew her comment when she had a taste.) The waffle was light and flavorful. All of us ordered different entrees and all of us were happy with our choices.
Went to Sarabeth's after it was highly recommended by a family friend. We went in with high hopes but left disappointed about the brunch and will not be going back. For starters, the coffee came out cold, no problem. We asked for hot coffee & waited for a fresh pot. We ordered mimosas after confirming twice with waitress the OJ used is pulp-free, they came full of pulp. I ordered an omelette - it tasted amazing, however the croissant it came with was cold - my bad for assuming it would have been heated or at the minimum room temperature... The butter was also cold & hard, could not spread it on the pancakes ordered which again, were room temperature. And to top off this dining experience, nearing the end of our meals when we asked for a coffee top up it came out cold again. We were sitting in the tables across from the front windows & would get a draft of freezing cold air from outside every time the door opened, cold coffee & food were the last things we wanted on our new years eve trip to the city.
For the price I expected to have a great dining experience but was let down. I'll be sticking with The Smith midtown & Balthazars on my trips to NYC going forward.
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