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Sarabeth's Tribeca

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  • American (New), Bakeries
  • 339 Greenwich St, New York NY10013 40.718346 -74.010291
  • (Btwn Harrison & Jay St)
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  • (212) 966-0421
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User Ratings (Based on 10 reviews)

Food 3.5 Value 2.4
Service 2.9 Atmosphere 4.0

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(212) 966-0421
(212) 966-0239
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Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Daily: 4:30pm-7:30pm
Mon-Thu: 8am-10:30pm Fri-Sat: 8am-11pm Sun: 8am-10pm
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Brunch, Catering, Delivery, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Kid Friendly, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by John on 08/02/2014

    disappointed family

    We have been to the restaurant several times and the experience is not consistent. On average, the value is terrible in terms of price to portion. Their steak hash and poached eggs is not sufficient for an adult unless it's European standard. The host tried to seat my wife, 4 year old and me at a 2 seater in front of the bar. We let it go the first time because we were hungry, but not today. We were concerned our son's highchair would be in the way as it is one of only two lanes to and from the kitchen. The hostess put us at a more comfortable table for three after I spoke up. Why did it have to come to that! We didn't expect that type of mentality from an establishment. The sad part is, I was there two nights before for drinks and had a ridiculous experience. I ordered a vodka tonic and thought it was odd I hardly tatsted any vodka. Gave him the bartender the doubt and ordered a second but watched him like a hawk. He filled the glass and literally have a splash of vodka. When he brought it over, I informed the first drink was no different than a tonic and I was watching him make the second and there's hardly any vodka. He said "really!". He took my glass and poured the proper amount of vodka. It should come as no surprise I will not be returning to this restaurant nor recommending it. It's a shame since I reside in the neighborhood. I'm sure they don't care as they have several locations scattered throughout NYC and they have turnover.

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by mark on 04/18/2014


    Very nice. The jazz was Angelic.

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by TriBeCaMom on 02/15/2014

    A rare spacious restaurant that serves good food and is kid-friendly

    Sarabeth's has been our go-to brunch and lunch restaurant since we move to the neighborhood a year ago. The food is good, especially their signature pastries and English muffins that come with the eggs benedict. The service is consistently prompt and friendly. We love the space which is huge for Manhattan and for Sarabeth's. Wait time is surprisingly reasonable whenever we go. It also accommodates large groups and is kid-friendly as a result. We have yet to find anything that comes close in terms of brunch/lunch food quality and kid-friendliness in the neighborhood.

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by Tiffany on 08/20/2012

    Left hungry

    Food was tasty, but didn't get enough of it. I spent $24 on a tasty lobster roll-and it was 3 inches long. I left starving & had to buy another lunch. :( but the place is pretty & drinks are good.

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2012

    Never even got my food

    I went to lunch on a quiet weekday, maybe 1/4 of the restaurant was full. We were seated in the back, we were 4 adults and 2 children. Our drinks came out wrong, and took over 40 minutes for the wrong pizza to come out as a starter. Then finally they brought the kids food and some of our main courses. The omelets at $18/each came with only an omelet- no lettuce, no bread, no muffins nothing. At this point had to go back to work. I went to the kitchen to tell them to make it to go, because the waitress was nowhere to be found, and as I get there they bring out my dish completely wrong. I ordered the popover with scrambled eggs and scallion cream cheese, they tried giving me scrambled eggs on a muffin of sorts. I told them please do not charge me or make it to go, I need to eat, and I will find another place to pick up food. Not only was the service poor, and the food all messed up, why make kids wait for their food. Their food should be brought out as soon as it is ready. This place better get their act together. I will never recommend this place, nor will I ever go back.

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by Stephanie W. on 03/01/2012

    Excellent - Quite Redeemed After A Bad 1st Visit

    After a very unpleasant brunch at Sarabeth's Tribeca as noted in previous reviews, I was contacted by the owner who invited me back and assured me that I would have a better experience. Indeed I did. The service was excellent - everyone from the hostess to the waiter and managers truly went above and beyond, and the food was simply superb. The girlfriend who joined me (also one of the girls from our first visit) was genuinely impressed at the difference as well. We had a lovely time, and certainly, our first impression has been erased. The genuine concern of the owner truly offset the indifference of the previous manager, and for all of the problems with our first visit, I am willing to give the restaurant the benefit of the doubt that this is not the norm. Many thanks to them for their classy response -- I will be visiting Sarabeth's again!

  • Sarabeth's Tribeca

    Posted by Stephanie W. on 01/22/2012

    Poor wait staff

    This was our Sarabeth’s experience~ Seated long after our reservation, the waiter took our orders and disappeared. Ten minutes later we’re still waiting for coffee and tea, at which point I had to flag down the manager (only person around in the neglected back corner) to ask to get our drinks before our food arrived. Coffee’s served but another five minutes go by before our teas arrive – mine was a poor, weak excuse of watery English Breakfast, and my friend’s green tea was undrinkable with all of the leaves spilled in the water. Our food arrives (before we’ve even had a sip to drink), and the fries I had ordered were potato chips instead, which I mentioned to guy who gave us our food. The manager comes back a few minutes later (note the waiter is still MIA) to address the beverage problem, and I mentioned to him the fries were missing. Then noticed the sandwich was wrong. A request to the waiter of chicken and Gruyere *only* does not equal caramelized onions smothered throughout. By the time I get the right order back, my friends are nearly finished, and it had been nearly an hour since we’d placed our orders. Problem after problem after problem, all of which were brought to the manager’s attention every time. Whatever, things happen. But when the bill came? They didn’t do ANYTHING. No comp’d tea, nothing taken off of my lunch, no offer of a dessert to share – nothing. So the waiter came back (funny, now he’s around to get paid), and I said, “Something needs to be done about this bill,” and reminded him of everything that was wrong and the inconvenience of not getting what I ordered until long after my friends did. He tells the manager who then asks me if everything ended up right – which I said, “yeah, eventually.” He leaves; waiter comes back and says, “looks like he’s not going to do anything.” WOW. I get it. You go to a place that’s riding on its hype, then you should expect to pay $17 for an omelet. And if you’re not a regular at pretentious places like these, you should not be surprised when you have to wait 25 minutes for a table even when you have a reservation. But to show complete disregard for the customer, the customer’s experience, and the customer’s money, well that’s just tacky, rude, and lacks any level of class. P.S. “Legendary Preserves”? Really? Yeah, we’ve got James Dean, The Rolling Stones, and, oh yes…Sarabeth’s *Preserves.* Might want to put that a tad in perspective.

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