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About Sarabeth's Park Avenue South
We serve Breakfast, Lunch, Tea, Dinner and Brunch in this great space, between the hours of 7:30AM and 11PM, daily. With a full bar, private rooms and A/V facilities, this is a perfect location for your next breakfast meeting or private dinner event.
We also have live jazz music every Wednesday and offer happy hour daily from 3pm to 7pm.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 3:30pm;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:30pm;
Late Lunch/Tea:Monday - Friday:3:30-5:00PM;
Dinner: Sunday - Monday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm;
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm;
Bar: Open until 11PM. Thursday, Friday, Saturday until Midnight;
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday Lunch/Tea 4:00pm-5:00PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Tails and Tunes
Live Jazz and A special Lobster Tail prix fixe menu on Wednesday nights.
Live "Gypsy Jazz" and "Rock Blues" Trio on Thursday Nights .
4 and 6 Trains stop at 28th and Park Ave South
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sarabeth’s PAS houses a three-room convertible event space with retractable paneling designed to fit the needs for events of all sizes. With an intimate 22-guest conference room and two 40-guest dining rooms, our versatile space combines to seat a maximum of 110 guests in a sleek, contemporary atmosphere complete with wireless AV capabilities Restaurant Buy out available as well .
Sarabeth’s houses a three-room convertible event space with retractable paneling designed to fit the needs for events of all sizes.
Sarabeth's Park Avenue South Ratings and Reviews
Although the restaurant came recommended and I had glanced at the menu beforehand, I honestly didn’t quite know what to expect. I loved the style of the place - from ceiling down to floor tile. The brunch menu had what one would expect- but a cut above the rest.
I ordered the lemon ricotta pancakes and am happy to report I ate all 5 of them! Delicious.
I have had mixed experiences at Sarabeth‘s. I tend to like the uptown locations better, however, the location of this restaurant was better situated for one of my friends.
We ended up having brunch and I had the almond crusted french toast. I had it before at the upper West side location and it was delicious. Here, the bread was soaked in butter and unevenly cooked. I also had to send the bacon back because they did not make it extra crispy like I had wanted. Although this appears to be minor, the reason why I pay a lot of money to go to Sarabeth‘s is that they typically follow instructions and I don’t have to delay my meal by sending things back to the kitchen.
My friend and I did try one of their drinks which was champagne with flower juice. Yes it sounds a bit odd and I guess that’s why we tried it. It was supposed to be on the sweeter side and it definitely wasn’t as advertised.
We finished with a plate of cookies, which were tasty. What grates a little bit is the fact that you get about five or so cookies and you pay around 10 or so dollars.
So, my review is a culmination of aggravation that I’ve had over the past few years with this location. I’ve decided to put this one on the blacklist and not dine there in the future. It cost too much money to have mediocre food.
Very disappointed for service - there are only one time I got ‘Thank you’, it was when I leave the place from gentlemen who looks like a manager at the place. Our server had major attitudes, almost very rude. I used to use this place for business meeting but I will not use the place anymore.
I ordered the special menu item Crab Cake Eggs Benedict and asked specifically that my eggs be poached very easy. Instead they were medium - hard, there was hardly any hollandaise sauce and the flavor was mediocre. For $26 brunch special menu item it was beyond disappointing. My first time at Sarabeths, i dont understand what all the hype is about.
I prefer this Sarabeth's over Tribeca now, it's more up-to-date with the decor. I love that they serve breakfast until 3:30pm since they have the best choices - the popover with scrambled eggs is amazing. I got a quinoa crusted ahi tuna salad that I really enjoyed. Big fan of Sarabeth's....
Made a reservation for a family member's birthday on a Sunday @1:15pm. The place was packed and the waiting area in dire need of clean up. When arrived at table, floor below it was filthy with plenty of remnants from previous occupants. Table sticky from something..While the food and service did not disappoint, I was surprised at the poor cleanliness throughout the entire restaurant. Perhaps the staff was short? We did appreciate the free chocolate cake and candle to celebrate and finish on a high note.
Funny - I told my friend that I was booking for our lunch - she said "that place is filled with old ladies" - she was thinking of the Central Park South restaurant. When she arrived here the front was filled with strollers - the only old ladies here were us! Got her to admit that she loved the lunch and that the place was indeed quite wonderful. We sat for a few hours chatting, drinking and eating. I recommend this restaurant - I have been here many times and plan to return many times more.
Our waiter, Louis, was really attentive and very professional. We each chose a pre-fix dinner @ $40. Our starter , we both had the kale salads, and main courses (I had salmon, my friend had lobster) were very good and so was the assorted bread basket. Our only disappoint was the dessert. The choices were chocolate truffle cake and caramelized banana split. So, we ordered one of each; they were disappointing. We only had a couple of bites. Not worth the calories. Overall, I would certainly recommend this restaurant, just not the two desserts featured.
Sadly I was disappointed by Sarabeth's. I have such great memories of previous visits there, so I was really looking forward to breakfast on our last day in NYC. We ordered 1) farmer's omelet - good but pricey 2) almond crusted french toast - best thing we had that day 3) kale & eggs 4) regular eggs. and pancakes for the table.
The pancakes were incredibly disappointing...no flavor, not warm...
food was ok - but not better than the diner breakfast we had the day before at 1/3 of the price. I'd recommend it - but be prepared to pay a lot - and skip the pancakes.
Food was great, the service was friendly, until one of us had finished a dish, and then the staff would rush over to take the plate away . We wanted to wait until all of us were finished before the plates were cleared. They didn't get the hint, we told them, "clear the plates later when we're all done" and the busboy kept coming to clear them one by one. We had to stop them. It was annoying. other than that, good food and service.
Service was awful, our food took over 45 minutes to arrive, my eggs Benedict were ice cold upon arrival. Bloody Mary tasted like regular tomato juice.
Waiters help couldn't wait to clear off the table to get us to vacate the table for the next group.
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