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/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
This was my second visit to Sarabeth's. ...
This was my second visit to Sarabeth's. My first visit was fantastic on all fronts and that was the reason that I made reservations for a special family brunch.
I ordered the almond crusted French toast because I loved it the first time but sadly this visit did not live up to that experience. The portion size is great but the toast was not done well enough--too mushy in the middle.
My husband ordered the Lumberjack and to all our surprise the portion sizes if the items were an insult. We don't look at the prices when we eat out but we did after his plate arrived.
My son ordered the blueberry lemon ricotta pancakes and they seemed to be missing the ricotta.
Fresh tomato thin brick oven with basil ...
Fresh tomato thin brick oven with basil strips on top. Order the tiny fresh clams on a raised platter on ice! Perfection! My husband loved his gin and tonic. Very personable bartender who knows how to make a drink!
I took my family from out of town for my ...
I took my family from out of town for my birthday and they loved it! It's a touch pricey, but there is something for everyone and everything is fantastic. Our waitress was courteous and attentive without being overbearing and overall it was a great dining experience.
As a born-and-bred New Yorker, I had alw ...
As a born-and-bred New Yorker, I had always heard of, but never dined here. A buddy was in town from the West Coast, so we decided to grab brunch here.
I had checked the menu in advance and was looking forward to sampling some of their famous dishes. I made a reservation and while the hostess was seating us I asked if we could have a larger table as we would be ordering a large amount of food. The hostess rudely replied that they were all booked. Well, I watched the traffic coming in/out of the restaurant for the entire 2 hours we were there and the 4-seat tables to the left/right of us were never filled.
Furthermore, I ordered eggs "over hard" and they delivered what were basically scrambled eggs. When I questioned the waiter, he too, gave me attitude and said that I was incorrect and that these were eggs "over hard." I was already disappointed by the hostess' rudeness, so I did not bother to pursue the matter further.
The lemon ricotta pancakes were plentiful and tasty, as was the chicken-and-apple sausage. The four-flower juice is also worth trying.
Needless to say, the staff/service left a bad taste in my mouth, so they have lost what could have been a potentially loyal customer.
We like the food but service is very epi ...
We like the food but service is very episodic, some good, some pretty awful, e.g., I asked our server for a water refill and after she didn't come back with any, I asked again, and saw her roll her eyes as she walked away. At least the second time she came back with water.
A great spot to stop for brunch - substa ...
A great spot to stop for brunch - substantial portions of some classic breakfast dishes, salads with protein, soups and sweet options. Good atmosphere with lots of space so you don't have to wait at all for a table. Lovely warm and genuine service. Great for catch up with friends and family get-togethers. Casual.
Sarabeth's brunch has become a go-to for ...
Sarabeth's brunch has become a go-to for when I have friends or family in town and need to get a reservation in a pinch. The food is consistently high quality. I'm salivating thinking about the lemon-ricotta pancakes! Unfortunately during this visit, the service was off. My two guests and I waited at least a half hour between the muffins/preserves being brought to the table and when our main dishes came to the table. The couples that flanked us who had been seated after my group had ordered our meal both received and nearly finished their brunch by the time our food finally arrived. This hasn't been a problem before, and as I intend to return, I hope it will not be a problem in the future!
Went for brunch here and got the omelett ...
Went for brunch here and got the omelette. Overall the food was good and the portions were generous. I did feel the price was a bit much for the food as it was nothing overly special. The drinks and juice menu also could do with a bit more options.
I went to Sarabeths upper West Side a fe ...
I went to Sarabeths upper West Side a few days before this and absolutely loved it-service was particularly good, so I thought I'd meet up with friends from the Village at the TriBeCa. I was very disappointed with the service. While the food was still just as good, the waitresses were rude (the ones that greeted us at the door were especially rude and dismissed my first friend that got there before the rest of us). I would recommend Sarabeths West Side but definitely not TriBeCa. Service really does make a restaurant experience.
We were in NYC celebrating our friend's ...
We were in NYC celebrating our friend's birthday and we topped off our weekend by having a nice brunch at Sarabeth's Tribeca.
We enjoyed the food, but most importantly the service was fantastic! I wish I remembered our servers name, but she was fantastic.
Especially for NYC, sometimes good service is hard to find. But this woman was attentive, great attitude and just overall wonderful.
Will definitely be back!
Food was good but honestly a little expe ...
Food was good but honestly a little expensive for what it is. Had some classics with some twists. I got the lemon ricotta pancakes which were nice. My boyfriend had the lumberjack breakfast which was a sample of everything he said it was small but filling. I had a mimosa as well which was not that great. also very over priced. overall it was a good experience I would go back, just maybe. different location.
We always love going to Sarabeth's, but ...
We always love going to Sarabeth's, but this was the first time at this TriBeCa location. We loved it!! Each location that we have visited has the same amazing food selection and service, yet each one offers it's own individual ambiance. We really like them all and love going there for brunch with the family or with friends. Recommended!
Our brunch was yummy - fresh, hot and vi ...
Our brunch was yummy - fresh, hot and visually pleasing. Our service was constant and unobtrusive. Our waiter found a way to get a "lunch" dish prepared before it was supposed to be offered. So nice. I would recommend to anyone in Tribeca to brunch here.
Went to this restaurant for brunch with ...
Went to this restaurant for brunch with my family in town, thinking this was a very family friendly restaurant. It wasn't a bad experience, however, my mother and sister each got pancakes for $18. They were delicious pancakes, but definitely not worth $18!! I got an eggs benedict for about $20, again, it was great, just not $20. I have a list of probably 20 other great brunch restaurants that would be muuuch more afforable and have similar, if not, better quality. At the same time, our server wasn't rude in any way, however he barely spoke and did not give off the friendliest vibe. I used to be a server myself, so I completely understand when servers have off days or just long hours, but our server just was not cooperating. Especially at a notable restaurant like Sarabeth's I would image they would have better staff. I wouldn't recommend this to a friend mainly because, like I said, I have better, more afforable brunch places in mind, but I definitely would be willing to give this another try, given a special occassion.
All of the food was prepared very well. ...
All of the food was prepared very well. We were there for breakfast so the meals were not that complicated to prepare. However, my farmers omelet was very good, cooked perfectly with an excellent blend of flavors and not too heavy. My wife had the granola, which I tried. I am a bit of a granola aficionado and while it was good, I've had better. Service was as expected. Only slight lapse was a little difficulty getting a refill on my coffee. The place is pricey, I would say at least 30% more expensive than your typical breakfast diner but I think it was worth it for a special occasion or while on vacation. I wouldn't have my breakfast there regularly mainly due to the high prices.
Terrible service. We arrived right at op ...
Terrible service. We arrived right at opening for breakfast and shared the dining room with only 3 additional parties. Coffee cups were very small. After the initial serving provided upon taking our order, our table wasn't visited again until our food was delivered. I had to ask for an additional cup of coffee to be poured. After that second cup, again we were not checked on until well after we had finished our food. The food was good but pretty average. This was the most expensive breakfast we had during our time in the city and the most disappointing by far.
My Salmon Benedict clearly sat under a h ...
My Salmon Benedict clearly sat under a heat lamp for too long - the eggs were dry & solidified, and the entire dish overall was dried out and on the cool side. For $20?? UNACCEPTABLE. But I was on a date so I didn't send it back. The server was super nice and offered great service - but her white button down was pretty soiled w/ pen stains and food - maybe not wear the same white shirt more than a couple shifts in a row? I know how it goes as waitstaff but seriously - if there are food stains, get a new shirt. Overall, the space/ambiance was nice - but the food was DEFINITELY not worth the high prices - $20 for eggs benedict? Sorry but your food quality is barely a step up from a TGIFridays.
It was our first time to Sarabeth's and ...
It was our first time to Sarabeth's and we loved it!! After getting so many recommendations to go, it definitely was one of the highlights to our trip. When we return to the city, we will be back!!! Great ambiance, delicious food! Service was a tad slow but we enjoyed being able to talk (it was fairly busy when we were there.) but overall we were in an out in about an hour. Loved Sarabeth's.. Can't wait to come back and try something new!
I brought a co-worker / friend for lunch ...
I brought a co-worker / friend for lunch for her birthday, and was disappointed. The soup of the day was not at all as described. My friend sent it back. The staff was agreeable to doing so, but did not acknowledge that the soup was not at all as described. We both got the fish and chips, and it really was not good at all. The fish was totally totally soggy. Fish and chips should be a bit crisper. The fries, below the fish, were also soggy. My friend ate almost nothing of her meal because of this, and I ate about half. The portion size was good, but the meal itself disappointing. The waitstaff was just average, we had to look for them whenever we wanted something. I had told my friend we were going somewhere special for her birthday lunch, but it did not turn out to be so. Disappointed.
We were 5 for dinner on a Monday night. ...
We were 5 for dinner on a Monday night. Everyone tried something different from Scallops to Filet Mignon, from Adult Grill Cheese to Risotto. All were delicious. Some had cocktails, others beer and all delicious though the drinks are a bit expensive. Service was excellent and the restaurant had a nice ambiance. I was happy to hear there is more than one location as I will definitely frequent again.
It's hard to find a comfortable dining s ...
It's hard to find a comfortable dining space in downtown Manhattan. Most of the stars were giving for that matter. I really have higher expectation for Sarabeth's food but they are merely average. Fresh, yes, but taste just 'meh'. Sarabeth started from bakery and that's what you probably should stick with when you order. the bread on my cous cous is the best part. The service is a bit slow. Servers are nice but lack of common sense: bring the soup but no spoon. Bring the shellfish but no bowl for shell. Half way through the meal and no one asks if you want a new cup of coffee. The dining hall is charming with old time New York infrastructure. So again, more for the location and space but don't expect too much for food and service.
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