Drove in from NJ because a friend recommended the brunch. It was worth the drive as the entrees were very tasty. I had the scrambled egg stuffed popover and my friend had french toast, bacon & 4 flowers juice. My only complaint was the coffee. It was not good. For brunch, I would expect a richer coffee or even a selection to choose from. It was served in a carafe & refreshed occasionally, much like diner coffee. I was disappointed as a good cup of coffee can make or break my dining experience. I would return, but hope to enjoy coffee that compliments the meal next time!
Side notes: lots of cocktail choices for brunch or lunch - also, a nice sized room on the side that would accommodate a group or small event.
They were really busy on a Sunday afternoon which probably led to their lackluster service. We made a reservation for 1:15 pm on OpenTable & around then they said they had a table for us, but we stood near the hostess stand for another 10 minutes waiting for our table. One hostess was initially about to lead us to our table close to our reservation time, but instead took another group (was a group of 3, so maybe they only had a smaller table available), which led to us waiting about another 10 minutes for a table to be cleared. After that, our waiter seemed impatient when we had a little trouble deciding what to order. He looked rushed & barely came back to our table after that unless we went out of the way to ask for more coffee or water.
We stopped here on our way from Midtown to the 9/11 museum. Our server was not very pleased to be at work and we couldn’t have paid him to smile, but the food was absolutely divine and the atmosphere was great!
The host was rude. With 1 person missing in the party, we were not given a table despite several tables being available. Also, she gave irritate look while we stood in the corner awaiting table assignment and our friend.
When seated, no one cared to help us with the menu card. Cup provided for tea had lipstic stains.
Such a bad expecience. Would never expacr this from a Sarabeth's. I will anyday prefer the midtown location, this is not worth my time and money.
So noisy and when we asked if we could move where it was quieter, you could see into the bathroom. I opted for the noise. Dinner food was so-so. We won’t go back.
We enjoyed our visit to Sarabeth's very much. The food was delicious and the server was very kind.
This is the 2nd time I've tried Sarabeth's, two different locations, consistent experience: just really awful. Terrible service, rude waitstaff and hostesses, apathetic and unapologetic managers, and on top of it all - mediocre, high-priced food. Needless to say, there won't be a third, and shame on me for giving them a second chance.
Some minor rehab can be done to walls and furniture to freshen things up. Food was excellent though.
Very good but a bit pricey. Breakfast for two came up to 85...thats a lot for no cocktails. Orange juice wasn't worth the 9 for a glass.
We hoped to get the famous tomato soup but it isn’t served until 11:00. The service was great and food good but the supposedly homemade muffins were cold, unlike the typical baskets of warm homemade breads we get from the Central Park South location. Could they just throw it in the microwave next time because aside from being chilled muffins, they we’re tasty.
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