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Great service!! Very good food. Awesome Happy Hour!!
my go-to for weekend brunch with or without kids. i noted it was my husband's birthday and they brought out a slice of cake with candle (we didn't even order dessert). it's those small touches that go a long way.
El lugar estaba muy lleno, el servicio fue medianamente aceptable y la comida nada espectacular. No es lo que se esperaría para un lugar caro y supuestamente famoso.
Creo que sus mejores tiempos ya pasaron y están en la etapa de exprimir la marca.
Very noisy. Service slow . Ordered eggs Benedict and they forgot the sauce then when it came out everything was cold. Waited a long time for coffee and very loud restaurant .
Was looking for brunch places in NYC and this exceeded our expectations. Delicious food and great service!
The service was awful. Food cold. Omelet hard when I asked for soft. Promised hollandaise to heat up eggs Benedict but it never came. Didn’t have to pay the bill because of the terrible experience but I would have gladly paid as I came a far distance for the brunch. Have been going to Sarabeth’s for 40 years. East 90’s, west side, CPS. Very disappointed.
Food was relatively good and service was fine. Noise level was off the charts due to a very loud & rowdy party. In addition the tables in our section were just too close together. Probably a decent lunch spot, but not ideal for a quiet Valentines Day dinner.
Sarabeth's is a neighborhood stalwart with a great happy hour, solid, family-friendly brunch and dinner menus, and a spacious series of dining rooms that are refreshing in contrast to most Manhattan spots. Breakfast is probably the one meal that I wouldn't recommend here. A $20 omelette that is served solo, save for one small corn muffin accompaniment is not a good value. If you're going to spend $27 on breakfast per person (tax & tip, no coffee or beverages), do it somewhere with a more interesting menu (like locanda verde), or go somewhere more affordable (like maison kayser). Go to Sarabeth's in the afternoon and evenings, when the vibe is friendly and the value is better.
It was so noisy that, by the time our drinks came, we just left. Never even got to ordering food. If this is the way it is all the time, forget it!!
Delicious food. Big helpings. Noise level too loud for us but maybe because we were given table too near bar. Very near Westfield center and World Trade Center.
The 10oz. Prime Ribeye with root vegetables was delicious. The steak was tender and juicy.... perfect. The root vegetables were tasty.
Super cute, great location, and live music 👍
Came here during restaurant week. Several good choices on the menu and we added an additional appetizer feeling the portions sizes were quite small on the first course. Main course was good as well as the dessert.
Charged 26 dollars for a 6 shot mocha
Food is always good but the service is awful. Our server was the only staff member doing her job. Everyone else was checking their watches, avoiding eye contact so as not to have to help. The lights are dimmed all the way which makes it impossible to get anyone’s attention. We live in the neighborhood and I would love to eat here more but we’ve had terrible service every time we’ve tried SB’d for dinner.
Really enjoyed the place and food. Would recommend.
Overrated. Hostess was rude and made us wait even though we had a reservation and there were tables available. Food was mediocre diner level. Dry muffins and overpriced. Skip this touristy spot and go to some place else for brunch.
We had a newborn and they took care of us. Very good food and service
Sarabeths has always been a consistently yummy experience! We had the toasted almond French toast, the salmon eggs Benedict, the crab meat guacamole and the grilled cheese and tomato soup. All were great. The French toast had a great crunch. The guac could have used a bit of a kick, but it was full of fresh crab meat and house made potato chips. The grilled cheese was sooo good and the soup was cheesy, chunky and rich. Perfect for a cold winter day!
Nice dishes. We went there during the NY restaurant week and the menu was delicious.
The service was perfect.
We would recommend that place !