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
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The cobb salad was best in class--delicious, wholesome ingredients. The omelet was great. They said they had pumpkin muffins, but did not, and did not apologize for that oversight. They seemed really shortstaffed. They were, though, kind when seating us.
Beats the Tribeca location 100% the service is excellent!
Love Sarabeth’s. Always delicious and comfortable dining.
The Sarabeth experience is always a welcome experience and the free-range chicken pot pie is lusciously delicious.
Lovely early dinner prior to visit to Jewish museum down the block. Very good glass of wine.
Sarabeth’s never disappoints! Food is always delicious, service excellent!!
My favorite restaurant in NYC, the food is delicious, the service is excellent and time to serve the food is good. Highly recommended.
Delicious food, incredible experience, highly recommended.
We had a party of 12 for thanksgiving. The food was fabulous and the waitstaff was great. We were well taken care of and not rushed in any way. I would highly recommend Sarabeth’s to anyone interested in good food, good atmosphere and good service!
Great brunch place
It was good
Everything was great!
Food is great - service was terrible
Place has dramatically gone down hill from its historical performance.
Great food , delicious baked goods. Lovely restaurant!
The food was good (four of us had a variety of dishes) but the service was very strange. When coffee arrived, there was no sugar on the table. Also no spoons. I ordered cream and got milk instead. Servers had to be looked for and flagged down. Very odd. There were sufficient servers on view, but no one seemed prepared. Eventually, meals were served, and all evened out, with better service to follow. Perhaps the problem was that we had arrived between shifts (a bit late for brunch, a bit early for dinner) on a Sunday afternoon/evening. Still, it would seem that a longstanding restaurant like Sarabeth's could do better than no spoons, no sugar and wrong items brought to the table.
This is one of our go to neighborhood restaurants, especially for lunch and brunch. 5ere are no better omletes anywhere.
Service was nice. Food was okay, not great. I think this restaurant is very overpriced for the quality of the food.
one of several SBs in NYC. always very crowded so reserve. good for breakfast or brunch. very basic on UES
although we did have a decent lunch at the SB on Central Park South
had lox eggs Benedict: ok. small salad on the side so review is limited
Always loved Sarabeth’s- I even had a birthday party at the midtown location.
I asked twice for balsamic vinegar for my salad . The waiter never checked back on our table - person who cleared the table just said sorry and handed my husband the bill.
We live in the neighborhood and like Sarabeth’s in the evening.
Not kid friendly w stairs into resto and no stroller space
Orange juice is not fresh. Guacamole also not house made. The cheese melt for adults, announces a good mix (gruyere, manchego ,..) and none of those cheeses one can barely taste, the pretzel bread is not toasted but butter soggy and small...
Another very good meal at Sarabeth's. Early dinner seems the least crowded and noisy, which makes the meal more enjoyable.
It was a shock to me that I didn’t like the food here, I’ve been to other Sarabeth’s and the food was very good but here it was a disappointment, I ordered the classic eggs Benedict and the hollandaise sauce had too much citric it was not balanced at all. The eggs were poached perfect but that’s about it. We ordered mimosas and you could tell by the flavor of it that the orange juice was not fresh. Since I only ate half of my plate I ordered 2 cappuccinos which were actually very good.
Now our waiter since the beginning had an attitude towards us, we had to wait more than 35 minutes for him to take our order after we told him politely that we were ready. He almost didn’t pay any attention to us.
Now the ambiance, it was a little loud we sat upstairs near the stairs and there were 3-4 flies bugging us and the table next to us yes flies.. when we were finished eating we were making our way outside and a group of women near the exit I imagine the hostess and I think the chef and I imagine other servers said goodbye so nicely and warming so that was the only good thing about that brunch.
I usually don’t like writing negative things about restaurants since I always research and pick the best ones throughout the city since I am a food and wine blogger but this time I was disappointed on bringing my party there.
Always a lovely afternoon. Great salads. Good service.
Another pleasant meal at Sarabeth's. As always, the food is good and - for an early dinner, the service and noise levels were fine.
From start to finish (reservations, changes in reservations, greetings, table location choice, menu explanation, table service, goodbyes), our group of 10 diners was treated so kindly by the accommodating and gracious staff. They acted like we were family! The food was delicious and creative. I’m craving that cod, caper and cabbage dish! Many thanks!
It was fun being there while they were filming ReL Housewives of NY!
Too noisy and crowded, screaming kids, loudly lunching ladies, and over rated.
Great, food was superb.
Many good lunch options. Avocado toast with burrata was delicious. Homemade hash. Lots of brunch or breakfast items. Excellent chicken pot pie.
I was very disappointed. Very limited menu, not at all like the other Sarah Beth restaurants in Manhattan. Service was slow waiter was serving us the wrong meals.
Lovely place for brunch with my huaband
Not impressed, over priced, my food came on a dirty plate, the waitress said it’s clean just has black spots on the plate because the plate was old. When I started wiping of the black spots of the plate, and ask her to send it back, only then did she suggest a clean plate. Will not recommend, will not return.
Great food and service!!! Loved the location too!!
Sarabeth's has always been overrated, IMO. It's good, not great. The selections, prices, quality and service vary too much from location to location. This UES location is far better than the one on CPS, but inferior to the one on PAS. And the bathroom--only one of two was operational--was awful, not cool for an overpriced restaurant.
This place is fantastic, we came two days in a row it was so good. I would fly all the way to NYC just for the eggs benny.