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About Sarabeth's TriBeCa
Sarabeth's is a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner. Full bar and retail bakery.
New York, NY 10013
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
Special Events & Promotions:
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
We were not happy that the waiters never asked us what we preferred for the sides, but just brought something. Short list of healthy brunch options, and the granola comes with a tiny scoop of yogurt. Very insufficient to eat. I ended up eating plain granola for the most part. The place looks nice but would not go there for the food.
Quality of crab was excellent but I expected more for the prices. Server offered me to substitute potatoes chips for french fries instead I got a sandwich with two salads ( just greens placed from bag on the plate, nothing special) a funny way to serve a dish. I notice later at office that I was charge for the fries.
Food was delicious and prompt. Really my only complaint was that we kept waiting for the check after the desert menu. I finally had to get up and give my card to the hostess so we could leave. But otherwise the service was good. The interior of the restaurant was nice and clean, and the staff was nicely dressed.
We arrived at 6:15 and were promptly seated. The restaurant was not busy, and we noticed that many tables had children, some of whom were very noisy and/or crying. Later on, two drunk men were seated near us, and we watched them pour water and wine over one another. The staff did nothing about either problem. It took nearly until my soup was served to get my cocktail (even though it was not busy), and only then were we asked if we wanted bread (which we did). The soup and main courses were tasty and of high quality. We shared the cookies for dessert, but they were nothing special. They should have been served warm and fresh out of the oven. In summary, I would go back, but probably not at a time when children were present. Further, I would waste no time in speaking with the manager about drunk diners.
We have been coming here for years, and we have always had a great experience. Today was the exact opposite experience. Despite being early for our reservation, we were treated rudely veg the hostess for no apparent reason. She was incredibly rude, sat our family (with our two hungry yet well behaved young children) only after making us wait 20 minutes (despite our reservation and empty tables). The service was then unbelievably slow. Our waiter was nice, but disappeared for most of the meal. It is a shame because we had always referred friends and brought large groups. We will be finding a new place.
First time and came with my wife for Sunday brunch. Got there about 20 minutes before reservation time and hot seated immediately, probably because we asked for outside and there were a few open tables. There were people still waiting, presumably for inside which was busy (and a little loud.)
Outside, the tables are close but I did not feel cramped. It's a little tough for the wait staff to move around.
Service was good and friendly.
Many would probably look and say this place is expensive, especially for brunch. However, it's hard to say it's overpriced because the portions are generous. The lemon ricotta pancakes were big and fluffy, though I didn't notice much of either lemon or ricotta but still very tasty. A side of bacon was cooked perfect- just until crisp so no giant crunch and not a lot of grease and it was very tasty.
My wife enjoyed her Eggs Benedict with both nice-size eggs poached perfectly atop thick English muffins (not the thin discs of the Thomas' kind.)
The coffee was good, too- smooth and not too acidic.
If you're looking to splurge on a brunch, I'd recommend this place especially if you can sit outside and people-watch (may dog walkers as well.)
Nice restaurant with good choices but overpriced for average tasting items. For example, stuffed popovers with egg and cheese is a great idea and fun but in the end did not taste that great. Server seldom stopped by our table. Otherwise is a pleasant light filled restaurant.
We came here for a business breakfast because it is usually quiet on weekday mornings. The service on this occasion was terribly inattentive. We consistently had to call the waiters over to order; get our check; etc. and the restaurant was not at all busy. No one even inquired as to whether or not everything was satisfactory. The poor service overrode a satisfactory meal.
Sarabeth's is one of my favorite brunch places in the NY--esp love the Tribeca location. The lemon ricotta pancakes are incredible. I always order them to "share" with the table-- in addition to my own entree. Everyone always loves( and hates) me for doing it.
Went for lunch after 9/11 museum. It wasn't busy and hostess took us through main dining room to the third room in back which was empty ... please can we sit in the actual front where there are Windows and people? Good god what is it with some of these front of house people? Luckily things turned around. Amazing food. Girls had pancakes and French toast. Just excellent. Husband had omelette and scone and they were amazing. I had the express lunch with chilli soup, chicken sandwich AND a Stella draft for $21! The food was so so good. And the price was a steal. Other prices very reasonable for portions too. Service was fine but nothing special. Very nice ambiance in front of restaurant at window looking at the very nice bar. Please don't sit people in the over flow rooms unless they ask or you are full ...
So nice, I had requested a quiet table and they tucked us into the back corner of the back room and it was perfect. Our waitress was outstanding. Food was delicious. We stayed a while and they didn't rush us at all. Such a great restaurant. Been to many of the other locations and I can say the same about all I've eaten at.
Sarabeth's Tribeca was hopping on a Saturday at noon and I was glad to have the reservation. There were loads of kids in the front area, so I was initially concerned, but they kept an area in the back free of kids and that's where we were seated. I had the goat cheese and spinach omelette and it was really good. I don't know how they get plain ol' eggs to taste so yummy - probably lots of butter. The side of bacon was perfect. The server was a bit absent and we sat with empty coffee cups for far too long, but other than that, it was a great brunch.
Although our food was tasty, it was way overpriced. I had an egg white omelet- $18 - and I had to ask for bread/muffin to accompany it. My husband was recommended by the waiter not to have the burger but ti order the steak sandwich. However his fries came out a good few minutes after. Not what I would expect.
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