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Sarabeth's Kitchen

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Sarabeth's Kitchen Review

Lining up for brunch here is as much an Upper West Side tradition as taking a sunny Sunday afternoon stroll in nearby Riverside Park. Locals love the bric-a-brac–filled restaurant for sweet morning-time dishes like lemon ricotta pancakes, as well as for the comforting dinners. The afternoon tea includes buttery scones with Sarabeth's signature jams, savory nibbles, and outstanding baked goods. Dinner entrées include chicken potpie and truffle mac 'n cheese. There are several other locations around town, including in the Lord & Taylor department store on 5th Avenue at 39th St.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 423 Amsterdam Ave., at W. 80th St. Upper West Side, New York, NY 10024-5856 | Map It
  • Phone: 800/773–7378
  • Website:
  • Subway: 1 to 79th St.
  • Location: Upper West Side

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-25-2014

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    YUM!!!

    What a great place for breakfast! Try the 5 Flower drink and delicious pastries, pancakes and french toast. Only drawback is the lineup at the door, so don't go late!

    by goodeater, 10/24/08
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    Fun place for good, unusual Sunday brunch offerings

    We have been to Sarabeth's several times, and have never been disappointed. On our first visit, it was with a twenty something daughter and her NYC friends. It was a great place to visit and socialize, and all were happy with our meals. There will be a line to get in, if you don't arrive early enough to beat the others. I prefer to get there earlier, but if lines don't bother you, it's worth the wait. There are also jams and other products for purchase, if something appeals to you. I've even ordered from them online.

    by LoisL, 1/9/07

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