About Sarabeth's TriBeCa
Sarabeth's is a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner. Full bar and retail bakery.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Weekdays: 8am - 3:30pm
Lunch: Weekdays, 11am-3:30pm
Tea: Weekdays, 3:30-5pm, Weekends: 4-5pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5 - 10:30 pm, Friday/Saturday, 5-11PM, Sunday: 5 - 10pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Happy Hour Every Day 4:30pm-7:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Thursday Night Live Jazz 5:30pm-9:30pm
Contact Mini Caudle or Alana Madera 212-966-0421
Subway: 1,2,3/A,C,E to Chambers St
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Contact Mini Caudle or Alana Madera 212-966-0421
Need a place in NYC to have a special happy hour office party? We have you covered. Our event service is second to none. If you are in New York we can also host any other event and offer dinner, lunch and cocktails. We have made many guests superbly happy on their special day.
Sarabeth's TriBeCa Ratings and Reviews
Living in the Neighborhood I have dined ...
Living in the Neighborhood I have dined at Sarabeth"s Tribeca often. This was the first experience for Thanksgiving day and didn't know that was the only menu being served having a 6 year old.
My son had his first CRAB cake and Steak dinner and first words "the Steak is so juicy "
The Thanksgiving dinner was great and I like to thank the two servers who made the experience with my son great. We now know he loves other things beside Mac & Cheese
the service was good and it is a nice op ...
the service was good and it is a nice open and bright space. However the food wasn't good and the lunch prices were ridiculously expensive. I had tomato soup which was very good but the entree of seafood couscous was awful. some brown sauce was on the bread that was inedible and I had to send it back for plain bread. the couscous was mushy with bland tomato sauce. i couldnt see how any of the tastes went together. friend had Popeye eggs that she couldn't finish they were so bad and very expensive- twice what they should have been priced.
My daughter and I ate there on our 'Tayl ...
My daughter and I ate there on our 'Taylor Swift Day Adventure' in NYC. It's just two blocks from her apartment (which we may have accidentally walked past😉), before heading to The Taylor Swift Experience". Since we'd read that TS had dined at SaraBeth's (also some friends recommended it), we had brunch there to begin the day. The food was ok. Nothing great, a little bland, but nothing to complain about. The service was impeccable. I would go back, but the next time I'm in Tri-Beca I'lol likely try something new.
I'm a tough grader, so take that into account when seeing my 'stars'.
We were meeting friends we had not seen ...
We were meeting friends we had not seen in 15 years who had just come from a tour at the WTC. We were glad to find a nice looking place in that part of town which is lean as restaurants go. It was of course really crowded for brunch and although we had a reservation, we unfortunately got a foursome right near the door. People were coming and going constantly. It was like being seated in a waiting room.
The service was so-so. It took 10 minutes for them to bring cream for our coffee.
Food was tasty and properly cooked but for the price, it was not a great value.
Will try something else next time.
I wish that I remembered my waiter as he ...
I wish that I remembered my waiter as he was excellent. Buzzing around as it was very busy there. He was attentive, had a smile and always had the time for us. The food was exceptional with outstanding presentation. Was able to dine leisurely and never felt rushed. A great place to eat and enjoy. Thank you!!!!
We stopped at Sarabeth's Tribeca for lat ...
We stopped at Sarabeth's Tribeca for late Saturday lunch. Our initial impression was that the restaurant was crazy loud, however, as we ordered and ate, it got a bit quieter as the crowd lessened. We were promptly shown to our table and our order was taken. Our drinks came quickly, but we waited a bit for our meal. The table next to us, which had been seated after us and ordered after us, was served 10 minutes or more before us.
We ordered a grilled chicken Caesar salad, braised short rib hash, and chicken pot pie. The salad was fine (better than average given how ubiquitous they are). However, the hash was not hot, it was barely warm, though the eggs that topped it not as cool. My DH simply ate rather than send it back. My pot pie, on the other hand, was ridiculously hot (even though the center of the pastry on top did not seem to be completely cooked in places) and could not even be eaten until it had cooled down considerably. The food tasted good, but the slow service and weird temperatures were disappointing.
I have dined many a times at Sarabeth's ...
I have dined many a times at Sarabeth's but this was the first time I left a little disappointed. The service was slow, the food served felt like smaller portions than normal. Overall I got the impression cuts were being made in order to keep the prices the same and hoping no one noticed! May think of trying other places next time.
Sarabeth's was great! It was super crowd ...
Sarabeth's was great! It was super crowded (Sunday brunch, so it makes sense) but they sat us as soon as the whole party was there. The food was very yummy! Service was great. Would definitely recommend Sarabeth's for a catch-up brunch with friends!
Loved it! Can't wait to go back and will ...
Loved it! Can't wait to go back and will definitely recommend Sarabeth's to my friends. I hadn't been in a while and it felt both new and familiar. Brunch was delicious and the Tribeca location is my new favorite. Thanks and well done, Sarabeth's!
One of the best happy hours in town. Ou ...
One of the best happy hours in town. Our waiter was charming and helpful. Food was fresh and delicious. The room was a bit too noisy whe we first arrived, as there were some large parties with a lot of kids. We asked to be seated in the back and they couldn't accommodate. But that was the only downside.
I was visiting New York City and one of ...
I was visiting New York City and one of my girlfriend's friends recommended this place for brunch. I had a few other places in mind that I wanted to visit for brunch so I wasn't too eager to go but I am very happy that we ate here.
The ambiance was nice, it had a bit of a vintage feel with exposed brick and beams and all of the banquets, walls, etc. were variations of white. Very cool look. There were families as well as groups of friends so I think that it's a spot that anyone can go to for brunch.
We had a few mimosas and other drinks at my table and none of the drinks disappointed. My girlfriend and I ordered the Popeye eggs and fluffy french toast. We loved them both.
The service was great. We didn't feel rushed and our waitress didn't visit our table every two minutes to interrupt our conversation, but she was attentive when we needed her to be.
I would definitely recommend going to Sarabeth's in Tribeca.
We had some friends in town who wanted t ...
We had some friends in town who wanted to go to brunch on a Sunday. There were some highlights but overall, given Sarabeth's reputation and price range, we were all disappointed in our experience.
The design and decor are great. The noise level seemed overwhelming at first but it was fine once we sat down. It's a big space but it somehow feels cozy.
Muffins, croissants and jam are excellent. We started with the muffin basket and it was the highlight of our meal.
Bussers did their job admirably - waters were always full; empty plates were cleared away quickly.
Service would have been fine if not for two things - nobody ever asked us if we wanted refills on our drinks - we finished them halfway through the meal and drank water the rest of the time; one of us has a pecan allergy and when we asked if one of the muffins had any nuts, the server said "I don't know, but we have an EpiPen if you need one." Perhaps it was a joke, and we're a jovial bunch, but the correct (or additional) response should have been, "let me ask."
Entrees were terribly disappointing - nothing was hot, everything was lukewarm or cool; two of us had omelettes that were runny and undercooked, we ate the cooked parts but left the undercooked parts; the English muffin was either stale or sat under a heat lamp for too long; the Adult Grilled Cheese is an embarrassment - a pretzel roll with a piece of rubbery cheese on it, what's adult about that?; the "velvety" and "world famous" tomato soup was chunky and cold; the steak sandwich was the best of our entrees but lacked seasoning (which I realize is a subjective complaint).
If this was a mom-and-pop shop, I most likely wouldn't be leaving this review because I've worked brunch shifts as a server before and they're not easy, but Sarabeth's has a reputation for being a brunch mainstay in NYC, and we left feeling pretty unsatisfied.
Dinner is not an option. I live across ...
Dinner is not an option. I live across the street and have had dinner on several occasions, mostly for the convenience. Saturday nights are usually quiet, as was the case last Saturday. We were seated in a 'strange', distant corner and 'ignored' for quite some time. Service was extremely slow and ambivalent. Generally, I avoid this restaurant for dinner, but thought I'd give it another chance. Not doing that again!
Very disappointing.... There was no apology from the person who tried to intervene. This could have been resolved on a better note. This shows a lack of professionalism and not caring about their customers, especially those who are local and have had brunch and other meals here over the years. If it wasn't for their brunch, I don't know how they could stay open. Frankly, treating us like this, I don't know how they will survive. I have lived in Tribeca since 1978. Restaurants should treat their customers (and neighbors)better.
Not the most amazing experience. Very lo ...
Not the most amazing experience. Very loud group at the bar Saturday night and they were screaming and cheering watching the NFL. Our waitress hovered over us the entire night and gave us a dessert menu while our guest was still having their dinner. My seabass had so many bones, I almost choked on one! Didn't realize the restaurant had 2 large televisions, not really the kind of experience I was looking for.
Been to other Sarabeth's - this one was ...
Been to other Sarabeth's - this one was disappointing. Went here straight from work on a Friday night with a good friend whom I hadn't seen in a while. Bar was very loud (but vibrant if you're out for drinks with a crowd), so we asked to be seated further away so we could talk. As it turns out, the "quiet" section was full of toddlers and babies - lol. They were gone by 8, but by then I'd been served a very rare steak after I'd ordered it medium. By the time it came back the "frites" were cold. Service was acceptable. Overall experience was sub-par as was the food. For the price of my mediocre steak frites - I could have gotten a great one at Les Halles. My friend ordered a chicken pot pie - which she said was just "okay". I will never revisit this place - no upside to it - just a very mediocre experience.
Our last meal while visiting New York - ...
Our last meal while visiting New York - Brunch on Saturday - was sadly a disappointing experience.
Average food, cold toast, no extra coffee and we were rushed to pay and get out for the next customer.
We did not feel like valued customers rather in a production line for the convenience of the owners.
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