(5 Reviews)
339 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013, USA

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Category: Bakery, Restaurant,
Address: 339 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013, USA
Zip code: 10013
Opening hours (Edit)
Friday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Danielena Viera on Google

    (February 18, 2020, 7:28 am)

    Great place for brunch, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good service, good selection of dishes, coffee and drinks. First time and definitely coming back. It’s hard to find a place like this.. that’s makes it a very pleasant experience... well... this is the whole package

  • Patricia Cato on Google

    (December 14, 2019, 9:21 pm)

    Lively and fun place up front.. very crowded and noisy..
    There was jazz music Thursday night. Food was good...attended an MS dinner program... delicious tomato soup, chicken dish was very tasty and we had a individual plate of cookies and coffee...this location is handicap accessible...the servers were good and attentive. I'd like to go there again.

  • damon peters on Google

    (September 22, 2019, 3:22 pm)

    Excellent location and environment. Staff always professional and attentive. My cheese plate could have used more crackers, and the bartender could have been more knowledgeable about the menu, and I don’t have any idea why they have televisions at the bar (you’re better than that, Sarabeth’s) but I really recommend all Sarabeth’s locations in the city.

  • Julia Fokina on Google

    (April 9, 2019, 4:36 pm)

    Location is good. There are several cozy and spacious rooms, several restrooms. Google claims that the kitchen is American, but it looks like European. Prices are high, it is not like $$. We tried appetizers and desserts. We liked tomato soup very much, crab cakes were not big, but tasty, not spoiled by breadcrumbs. Octopus was very small for 18.5$, I didn’t like it. Desserts were delicious. We took a fruit tart and a chocolate mousse. Mousse was a little small.

  • Andrea Steck on Google

    (March 28, 2019, 9:44 pm)

    I really love this place. The location is a few minutes' walk from One World Observatory which happened to be my stop after fueling up with a yummy breakfast here. I opted for the TriBeCa Breakfast since I like to have salty and sweet: (fluffy) scrambled eggs, double bacon (it comes with sausage but I prefer bacon), two pancakes and wheat toast (or your choice of muffin, croissant or scone). It's *a lot* of food so I took my time devouring it especially knowing this would keep me going until dinner (and it did!). I realize there are other locations throughout the city that were closer to my hotel (like the one near Central Park) but chose this location because of its more casual feel. Bonus was that I was here mid-morning in the middle of the week with less than a dozen other patrons which made for a nice, quiet meal before heading out to the bustling busyness of the streets outside. This was on my list to revisit (I'd been once before a few years ago) and I can honestly say it's my favorite NY place for brunch.

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