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 evening and offer happy hour daily from 4pm to 7pm.
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Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 4:00pm;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm;
Late Lunch/Tea: 4:00-5:00PM;
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;
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
4 and 6 Trains stop at 28th and Park Ave South
Private Party Facilities:
Event spaces for 20 to 100 guests with A/V equipment.
Private Party Contact:
Greta Tralongo: 2123350093
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sarabeth's Park Avenue South Ratings and Reviews
Sarabeth's was the perfect location for ...
Sarabeth's was the perfect location for a business breakfast. The service was incredibly quick and polite. I got a chicken sausage, kale, and avocado frittata, which was fantastic with my red eye. I'm not a big breakfast person, but the meal and location definitely made me forget that. I'll definitely be back to Sarabeth's for any early morning work meals.
Been to Sarabeth's plenty of times befor ...
Been to Sarabeth's plenty of times before but this time the food was slightly disappointing. My eggs Benedict were under. The farmer's omelette came without any greens. It's the little things that make the meal better.
Lovely space. Went to brunch on a Sunday ...
Lovely space. Went to brunch on a Sunday with some friends and Sarabeth's was crowded, as expected. The people at the front desk were very nice. We were seated promptly when everyone showed up. The food was good and we were not rushed out. However, while our water glasses were constantly filled, our waiter only checked on us right after our food arrived. We did not see him again until we flagged him down for the check. No one got a coffee refill; we had to ask for the remaining muffins to be wrapped up.
Sarabeth's PK Av. South is a very well-r ...
Sarabeth's PK Av. South is a very well-run restaurant. The staff is professional and knowledgeable about the food and wine. The atmosphere is inviting and stylish which makes for a very attractive atmosphere. It's grand size, however, makes the potential for larger parties more frequent. Would that people would remember that they are not in their own home but in a public space and keep their noise and excitement to a minimum. But hey, it's New York, where entitlement disorder runs rampant.
Great restaurant the food was amazing , ...
Great restaurant the food was amazing , all courses were great. Service was wonderfull our server was very attentive, pleasant and seemed to care who we were any why we had come, very naive personal touch, overall a great night. Would highly recommend.
This was our first visit to this locatio ...
This was our first visit to this location. The food is the same exceptional quality as the Central Park South location. However, the service here is FANTASTIC. From the moment we walked int we were treated well. Love it!
They got my order was wrong but I had be ...
They got my order was wrong but I had been waiting so long I did not want to send it back; the Bloody Marys tasted and felt like they were Virgin Marys; and the cost of the whole thing for two people was over $150. There are so many better places for brunch in Manhattan. I have walked by this place so many times, I wanted to give it a try. Oops.
Service was very slow and there were har ...
Service was very slow and there were hardly any patrons. Sarabeth's on CPS is the hands down winner of the two. Make a reservation though because it's always busy.
The food was fine but tracking down servers was a pain...very inattentive.
We went for Sunday brunch. Staff was ver ...
We went for Sunday brunch. Staff was very friendly, place was busy, nice decor. Unfortunate reality is that the food is just not that good. Eggs Benedict come on their own sort of muffin that is nearly 1" thick and dominates the flavor. Scrambled eggs were slightly browned (in the eggs with cream cheese popover dish) and devoid of the cream cheese aside from a glob of it at the bottom of the popover. Lox omelette was average. Prices are high for very average food. would recommend other places in the neighborhood over this any day of the week.
I really enjoyed the restaurant. It was ...
I really enjoyed the restaurant. It was just right for my associate and I to have lunch, catch up, and talk business. The noise level was perfect to hear each other, but not so quiet that it felt that we were disturbing others. The food was delicious! I will be back again.
First time at Sarabeth's. Went there wit ...
First time at Sarabeth's. Went there with my wife and another couple. I had the lemon ricotta pancakes and my wife had the popover with scrambled eggs. Everything was delicious and the ambience was very comfortable and conducive to conversation. Highly recommended.
Food was good - nothing amazing to repor ...
Food was good - nothing amazing to report. We went for Sunday brunch and we were very late but they were super accommodation and seated us way beyond our reservation. Waiter was good but very busy so we didn't get ice tea and coffee refills readily. Overall it was good food in a great atmosphere.
The food was fine, the service was very ...
The food was fine, the service was very good, the menu is limited and the prices are high.
It seemed a little quiet for a Saturday night, but that was fine for us since we had a large group
and wanted to be able to hear each other talk. The lemon ricotta pancakes were a favorite at the table.
Came here for brunch on a Saturday. We a ...
Came here for brunch on a Saturday. We arrived 15 minutes early and were seated right away which was very nice. However, the waitress seemed relatively annoyed when she came to take our order and I said I still needed another minute. I ordered from the specials (crab cake eggs benedict) which was very good, but also a bit overpriced for the portion size. We also ordered orange juice and the four flower juice. The four flowers was very good but they only filled the glass half way, which again doesn't really make it worth the price. The restaurant was very big, and my boyfriend who has eaten at other Sarabeth locations said this was his least favorite because it didn't have the same "homey" feel of the other locations. I would recommend, but I definitely would advise not to expect the best service and - unless you're in the mood to pay a lot (like a lot) - don't waste time with drinks or sides because the portion you get is not worth the price.
Brunch was disappointing. We arrived for ...
Brunch was disappointing. We arrived for brunch/lunch at Noon with a reservation for four. We were immediately told that there were no muffins available ... just bread and an English muffin. Three of us ordered omelettes which was served with no potatoes, no fruit and the tiniest "English Muffin" I have ever seen. Average size omelette ... and nothing else. could have gone to any diner for one third the price. Refills for beverages were scarce. All and all, not very impressed although I have had better experiences at other times.
Have been to sarabeths on UES and Centra ...
Have been to sarabeths on UES and Central Park south - each has a unique vibe. Park Ave south is more modern, very bright with what looked to be a great happy hour -- but we were there for brunch. Lemon ricotta pancakes never fail to impress, and my husband claims to have eaten the "best French toast " of his life. And he's had plenty !! A little pricey - but food and service were fab and we don't do NYC brunch often. It was worth every penny and every calorie.
Excellent brunch with amazing food, but ...
Excellent brunch with amazing food, but the worst service I have ever experienced! We sat down and had our food within 15 minutes of arriving giving us no time to enjoy the entire muffin basket we had already received and then were ignored for the rest of the hour and a half we were there. I could not even get the manager to stop when he was CARRYING A WATER PITCHER to fill up my water glass. I had been to the TriBeCa Sarabeth's before and loved it which is why I tried another location closer to where we were staying on this visit to NY but I will never return to this location. Not sure it was even worth the delicious food because we were so annoyed with being treated like we were only there to eat.
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