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The food is already expensive and they charged my friend for the oat milk for her coffee. I mean it's like a quarter of a cup at most. Ridiculous.
Soooooo good! A very relaxing yet upscale vibe, light colors accentuate the room. great bellinis, great lemon ricotta pancakes, and great crab guac
Went on Sunday for brunch with two friends visiting from London.
I loved the airy ness of the place. It was do bright and inviting, I had never been to this SARA BETHS snd I’m glad I decided to come here.
Had one of the best bloody Mary’s with tasty peppers over the top.
I had an egg white omelette with goat cheese and a delicious scone .
My friends had the eggs Benedict .
They both loved the mimosa they ordered,
The entire brunch was a delight and I’m looking forward to going back .
Server confusion in that we waited and had to inquire who was handling our table.
Scrambled eggs runny.
Pancakes hard around the edges, small and very dry.
One piece of toast with a $25.00 breakfast?!
Sausages lie in a half teaspoon of warm applesauce.
The minuscule serving of butter with 5 normal size muffins in a basket was a joke.
Luke warm coffee out of thermal carafes.
$14.00 for a glass of wine?!?!
Very chaotic atmosphere.
Super great service and atmosphere! Went for a brunch loved the pancakes and Bellini ! It was a Friday so not too packed or noisy really great clean establishment. I’ll definitely be going back
Food tasteless & service was terrible.
The food, especially the brunch menu at Sarabeth’s is always consistently good. However, the avocado toast with burrata was a huge disappointment on this visit- it arrived cold and there was barely any burrata on there.
We also had two kids under the age of four with us and they seemed very underprepared for this despite mentioning this while making the reservation. We were seated by the toilet and the high chairs for the kids turned into obstacles for anyone wanting to use the toilet. For the cost, you expect a better overall experience.
Everything was beautiful and the service was exceptional. Unfortunately our food came out cold. We understood how busy they were at the height of breakfast but that would be the only reason. It to give a perfect score. I will definitely be back.
The food was good, the mimosa was great.
I would have like the option of ordering short stack pancake
Quick and great service. Got the Tribeca Breakfast and Tribeca Burger. Well prepared and had a good presentation
Average dinner, nothing special for your money. Food served was not hot. Please try another restaurant in the neighborhood.
I went here for a special occasion brunch and the food was actually terrible. I ordered the Tribeca breakfast and asked for bacon cooked medium. They brought it out over cooked and when I asked politely that they adjust it, the server came back to tell me that all the bacon is frozen and was cooked earlier in the day, so it would take too long to defrost it and cook it fresh for me. French toast also arrived on the plate cold, so that likely means nothing except the eggs was cooked fresh. This place is overrated, the food is frankly a disgrace for the price, and I will never, ever eat here again.
Arrived early for our reservation but was seated quickly. Service was prompt and attentitive. The food was prepared correctly and in a timely manner. Our waitress was friendly, energetic, and proactive on refills, and recommendations. We came primarily for the coffee but left completely satisfied with everything.
Hi David, Thank you for leaving such a nice review! We are glad that you loved spending time with us at Sarabeth's Tribeca, our staff will be pleased to learn of your high praise! Thank you for giving us this proverbial pat on the back, you made our day! We will strive to deliver great experiences consistently, please do come again.
This place was recommended and it was nice. However, the best part about my experience was the service. The food was meh and not worth the price of it all.
Our server was awesome. On top of everything and friendly. Food was ok. Too expensive for what you’re selling. In the future we will brunch elsewhere.
Was there for business lunch. Wasn’t too crowded. Great food, good service. Moderate noise level so we cold speak easily. Recommend!
I was pleasantly surprised at the way Sarabeth's has held up as a fun place to grab lunch with a friend. The staff is friendly and solicitous (your water glass will never sit empty, and you are truly made to feel welcome). I had the turkey burger and it was fresh and delicious - as were the fries that accompanied it. I washed that down with a pot of hot and flavorful peppermint tea, with honey on the side. I also appreciate the fact that the turkey burger was plentiful and satisfying - but not the massive hunk of food (served in a trough) that many restaurants force on you nowadays. The lettuce, tomato, pickles and onion that accompanied the burger were also amazingly fresh and crisp. They are not an afterthought. While the lunch options are a bit pricey, they are not out of line for NYC or for Tribeca (the location we dined at). My only complaint is that the restaurant was fairly empty when we arrived, yet were were jammed in next to the only other diners in our section - including a horrible brat named Ben who managed to slam the servers' electronic device, used to obtain diners' ratings, to the ground and break it. Dad chuckled indulgently while Mumsy stared at her phone in a Xanax daze. Granted, we could have asked for another table, but I don't get the point of jamming the patrons in one small area when the rest of the section is wide open. However, we had an overall great experience and Sarabeth's is not responsible for horrible Ben and his idiot parents!
The restaurant is beautiful and on Friday night there was live music in the bar area, yet the back dining area was nice and quiet. We got the short rib pot roast which was dry and weirdly sat on a bed of frisee, and the hanger steak frites which looked good and was cooked well. Unfortunately they were so salty we couldn't eat them despite trying to muster through. Our friend's happy hour margarita pizza was worse than a $2 slice you can get anywhere off the streets in NYC. Service was spotty and we waited a long time to flag someone to refill our water glasses (which we badly needed because of the salt!) Management was gracious though and comp'ed our 2 half-eaten entrees.
Front of house could use some training in courtesy. When I arrived they did not have our table ready, we had to wait an additional 15 minutes. I asked the hostess why the wait when we had a reservation and had arrived in time. She didn’t have an answer or an apology.