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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 evening and offer happy hour daily from 4pm to 7pm.
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New York, NY 10013
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
Tails and Tunes
Live Jazz and A special Lobster Tail prix fixe menu on Wednesdays
4 and 6 Trains stop at 28th and Park Ave South
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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
The experience was generally good. I had the crab cake eggs benedict and the lemon and ricotta pancakes. The food was tasty but not exceptional. My only real issue was that both glasses I received had lipstick marks on them which indicated that they were not washed properly. Thankfully I noticed before drinking.
I would eat here again.
Very overpriced for the quality and type of food served. I'm willing to pay these prices if the food is good, but that's not what we experienced. The $28 lobster roll was passable, but the roll was so dense as to be inedible. And the cole slaw was nice (if not a little too sweet), but some of the cabbage in it had started to brown. It will be awhile, if ever, before I go back.
Nice ambience, good service. Prices inline for NYC. Went there for brunch, had the yogurt and berries platter. The yogurt tasted weird, the granola had little flavor, and the fruit included was not too fresh nor generous. The omelettes looked better, and of course this restaurant is known for their muffins and jams, which we didn't get a chance to try.
This is a favorite spot when we visit New York, just a few blocks from the famed Morgan Library and Museum. Breakfast done right. A perfect cheese omelette and scone. Terrific thick bacon, an order too large for one but perfect to share. Toasted coconut waffle, with chopped mango and pineapple. All with great coffee, attentive staff and attractive surroundings.
Great benedicts and pancakes.
I still gave a 5 but a couple of things kinda annoyed me:
I had a reservation and they put me literally outside the kitchen and bathroom door. and I bought a bunch of jam there because the servers said they were phenomenal and that she won all those awards for $12 to see it on tj maxxx today for $4.5 on sale. SO go, order the benedicts and ricotta pancake, but buy the jams at TJ maxxx
This was my first visit to this location. I fear they have become a victim of their success. When Sarabeths was a tiny place on the UWS, it was charming and delicious. This location is humongous and lacks any personality.
Popovers are hard to serve right; they have to be really fresh to be enjoyed. I got the feeling the scrambled eggs served in popovers was an excuse to use less-than-fresh popovers so they didn't go to waste. Not terrible, but not fluffy and fresh.
My colleague asked upfront if the granola had nuts. The waiter said no, but then went the extra step to note that she had a nut allergy. When the food arrived, the granola clearly had almonds. When we called the waiter over and she showed him, he said, oh that's an almond - like an almond isn't a nut. So much for attention to allergies.
To be fair, everyone else enjoyed their French Toast.
Came here for brunch, quality has been on the downside.
We were sat in front of the waiters station, unfortunately we heard the shoveling of silverware during the entire meal.
We had an order of eggs Benedict and farmers omelette.
The poached eggs were flat, exactly the same size and not enough yolk oozing for my taste - seems like they used a poacher instead of the traditional method.
The farmers omelette presentation was lackluster, no side of greens which made the plate look very dull.
Food was tasty but having been here many times before there has been a slow decline.
Manager was pleasant, went around tables greeting people.
This location is always packed, perhaps they are trying to cram too many reservations which is hurting the experience.
Nonetheless, I will be back for their fluffy French toast!!!
Food is always good. Best deviled eggs in town. But the service is poor. Waiter was unavailable; it took forever to spot him, let alone get his attention. How hard is it for management to make sure a waiter walks near your table every five minutes, in case you'd like to catch his eye? A for food, B for ambiance, D for service.
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