Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:30pm;
Late Lunch: Monday - Friday: 3:30pm - 5:00pm, Weekends: 4:00pm - 5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Sarabeth's offers a variety of private event spaces in conjunction with Hotel Wales, a recently renovated boutique hotel we call our neighbor. All of your Sarabeth's favorites are available to be catered; breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea, dinner & a specialty cake by Sarabeth to complete the occasion.View Private Dining Details
the restaurant has always been known for good food, well prepared with
efficient, congenial service. As the portions have gotten smaller, the prices
have increased to Upper Eastside gourmet levels. Sad...
Pleasant grandparent-grandson brunch, upstairs room was quiet enough for good conversation and very comfortable. Two of us had grilled cheese sandwich with excellent tomato soup; one had a spinach and goat cheese omelet with a scone - also good.
Rellaxed ambience and great food. Wonderful place to get together with friends with whom you'd like to chat for a while.
We had a great meal and great service!
It was amazing!!
The white wine was warm, the food humdrum, the service erratic. And they topped it off by telling Open Table that I had not been there. I had a receipt. of course, to show that I had honored my reservation. Oh, well.
food was good and fresh,only disappoint was the bread. have never been in a n.y. restaurant where the bread was out of this world. sarabeth's tasted like it came straight out of the supermarkets sliced package variety. the service was great, a really pleasant waitress.
I had the shrimp risotto dish. The consistency of the risotto was off, and the dish had absolutely no taste. I tried to elicit some flavor from the dish by adding grated chasse. To no avail because the cheese had no flavor. I may as well have been sprinkling sawdust on the risotto. In addition , the dish was served with 3 shrimp tails as well as three shrimp heads that were empty. Why were the empty head shells there.? One of the worse meals I have ever had dining out!
So great! Best grilled cheese and tomato soup EVER. No frozen hot choc though—😟
fine. sat upstairs, which is always a little slower.
Coming here for years. Sarabeth’s is the king and queen of comfort food. We’ve had almost everything on the menu and never been disappointed. This is how your mother would cook if she really knew her way around a kitchen and had access to lots of fresh ingredients. Aside from the food, Sarabeth’s passes two important tests. Good bread basket and terrific service.
Place is virtually empty and party of three (3) is seated at a table the size of a postage stamp...
I am from the old world and a frequent visitor to the new. I was first in NYC 52 yrs ago and since then its my favourite city. And after an American friend took me and my wife to Sarabeth’s EAST for the first time 10 yrs ago Sarabeth’s EAST is our favourite restaurant in NYC. The food is excellent and the atmosphere is wonderful. Visiting Sarabeth’s EAST is a delightful experience and adds substantially to the attraction of NYC. I bring very fond memories back to the old world, including a taste from Satabeth’s EAST: a jar of the superb orange marmalade is always with me back to the old world. Thanks for dinner this time. I am already looking forward to seeing you again!
There were four of us, each ordered something different except for my wife and I. We had the hamburger and it was cooked as requested. The meat had a great beefy taste and the French fries were very good. Disappointed in the price of the cocktail, very expensive at $15. Also, coffee for $4.75 seems excessive. Will return but skip the beverages.
I’ve been to Sarabeth’s many times, but I’m disappointed that on this special night (celebrating a 68th birthday) the Sarabeth’s team was way off their game.
this is one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants, especially for brunch and lunch, although dinner is great also. It is extremely reliable and consistent, with delicious omelets, hamburgers, etc.
Poor service. Overworked staff. We were seated at a table that was very high compared to the height of the seats. We waited 10-15 minutes for a waiter and then looked around to notice that very few tables have been served food. We asked to place an order and after waiting five minutes more For the waiter we decided to leave the restaurant.
Service, ambiance, and meals were just right for our evening with friends from out of town. Many thanks!
Lovely end to holiday weekend.
Cute & clean restaurant with amazing dessert & wine. It was the perfect end to our busy Manhattan sightseeing day!
As always, everything was perfect
I love Sarabeth's and have been to several of them multiple times. I always enjoy the comfort food (the crab cakes are one of my favourites). The only drawback is the price, which is I think is excessive. Our waiter the other night was very attentive. and the rest of the staff were friendly.
Service was lackadaisical. Food was mediocre. Prices were high.
I like the menu and the food at the restaurant but the noise level was excessively high and we had to talk loudly to barely hear each other. There are lots of things you can do to lower the sound level. I recommend getting a consultant like SoundSense (available in NYC) to do some remediation. They can add sound absorbing panels and do other things that will help.
Nice place to have breakfast, excellent coffee. The eggs Benedictine are delicious but lack of hollandaise suace
We chose Sarabeth's thinking that it would be a really good lunch in a congenial place to have a productive planning meeting.
The food was really good.
Unfortunately we waited 30 minutes to be served and assume that the kitchen was overwhelmed.
Also the 4 of us were placed at a large table that was suitable for 6 or more although our reservation was for 4 people.
This made conversation almost impossible in combination with a high noise level.
Fine but overpriced
Our waitress (Robin) was polite, thoughtful, flexible, (a sixth member was late and had a special order which was taken very smoothly). The food was excellent, tasty, and attractive. The table reserved for us was perfect for the occasion and enhanced the opportunity to be together.
Awful, overpriced and terrible service. Total disappointment in every aspect. Won’t return.
I have been there a few times and have never been disappointed. Food is very good..especially the tomato soup.
It was not noisy which was nice. We could actually talk. The scallops and cod were both excellent.
The staff was friendly and attentive and our dinner was colorful and delicious.
Very little for a vegetarian to eat, unless you want to eat breakfast for lunch which I did not. Service was also very neglectful.
The food was delicious but the noise level was unacceptable. We ate at the takeout area which was much better for us speaking and hearing each other . The main restaurant was unbearable as far as noise level.
I won't be returning to this location
A most welcoming and comfortable atmosphere, a gracious staff, and the perfect chicken pot pie. Thank you Sarabeth & Co!
Breakfast was great! We had the French toast and the Pancakes. A little speedy but it is NYC
The food was DELICIOUS!!! The service was great.
Cobb salad I had was tasteless and I would never go back
this is our go to lunch and breakfast restaurant in our neighborhood. It is consistently good, the service is terrific and now that they take reservations it is much more convenient for us.
Sarabeth East is not quite as lively as the other locations but they have very good food. I had an egg white omelet that must have been made with 10 eggs, it was so huge! My friend had a grilled cheese on pretzel bread. The cheese was delicious but the pretzel bread was a bit dry. The prices are ridiculous, but so is all of NYC. I had the egg white omelet with cheese, my one friend had the grilled cheese sandwich, and the other friend had an omelet. None of us ordered beverages or dessert and the bill still came to $65. Overall, this is a reliable restaurant at all their locations.