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  • American (Traditional), American (New), Italian
  • 234 W 44th St, New York NY10036 40.7577659 -73.987623
  • (Btwn Bway & 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 221-8440
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User Ratings (Based on 38 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.3
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 221-8440
(212) 221-8444
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Tue-Thu: 11:30am-11:30pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-3:30pm+5:30pm-12am Sun: 11:30am-7:30pm
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Business Dining, Group Dining, Kid-friendly, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Sardi's

    Posted by We shall return! on 01/08/2006

    Fair deal for a fair meal

    We visited Saturday evening, January 7th, 2006. We were seated promptly at 5pm leaving us plenty of time to eat with comfort and catch an 8pm show. We were a little concerned with the mix reviews but in the end we were quite delighted. We found the bar to be small and compact but at the same time enjoyable. Interesting conversation was had with strangers and fellow theater fans. The drinks were tasty and overpriced as in most Manhattan Restaurants ($8.50 Vodka & Tonic). The Restaurant is two floors. We were seated on the second floor which we found comfortable and the atmosphere lively. We found all the staff to be very attentive. As an appetizer I chose the cream of Mushroom with Chives Cr?me Fra?che ($7.50). For the entree I personally ate the Cannelloni au Gratin - A combination of Beef, Veal and Sweet Pork Sausage rolled in two French Crepe's with a Sherry Flavored Tomato Cream Meat Sauce ($24.75). The dish was tasty although heavy. On a return visit I would choose a different dish. Yes we plan on returning. My date raved about "both" the cesar salad which she chose as an appetizer and the Pan Roasted Maine Jumbo Sea Scallops with Leeks, Potato, Artichoke and Baby Shrimp in a Muscadet Wine and Shellfish Nage ($28.00) A must have for dessert is the warm Chocolate Cake with Melted Center,chocolate Ice Cream, Cr?me Anglaise and Dots of Chocolate Sauce.($9.50) If you think you are too full to order a dessert, dont sweat it. As the dessert portion is small, but then again I have a sweet tooth. May you venture out and have an enjoyable evening as we were fortunate to have. Happy New Year!

  • Sardi's

    Posted by ART on 12/28/2005

    Great Experience

    Don't know what happened when Henry and Val visited, but my experience was first rate. Food was excellent from appetizer through main course through dessert and coffee. Service was attentive and knowledgeable. Water and bread replenished constantly. Easily got us out in time for the show. Can't believe I grew up in NYC and hadn't dined here before. Will be back soon.

  • Sardi's

    Posted by Henry on 11/23/2005

    You can't eat atmosphere

    Sardi's is a great joint to walk into and maybe have a drink, soak up the show biz ambiance and history, and get out of there without getting charged too much on the bar tab. The food is subpar. The service ranges from polite to adequate to poor. Not attentive or smart. This place is running on inertia and fumes.

  • Sardi's

    Posted by Val on 10/05/2005

    Not bad, but not what I had hoped for

    Having heard about the legendary Sardi's I was excited about eating there after seeing a broadway show. The service was very slow on the uptake...my husband had to wave someone down to ask for a waiter to take our order. It is fun to see all of the celebrity drawings on the walls but it was not at all glamorous...just fun. The food was good but not jaw dropping, with the exception of the ceasar salad of all things...excellent ceasar salad.

  • Sardi's

    Posted by Pascal on 09/22/2005


    What a pleasure to step into a place to eat { Dine } and find every thing as close to perfect as possable.After 40 years in the food service industery I am very critical . Sadri's is under rated at a five. In the old days places like Sardi's were a common attraction when you went out to dine .Sorry to say today's eatiries are a poor exchuse for fine dining. What a shame our young genaration dose not have the experience of eating in a place like Sardi's . I fear that the Big Mac's and Woppers have eroded away the thrill of real dining for our young. If I lived in New York Sardi's would be a regular spot for me. Keep up the good work.

  • Sardi's

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/29/2005

    Go there! You'll enjoy it!

    This restaurant is wonderful all around. If you are 40 or over, it will remind you of how excellent restaurants USED to be. Excellent cocktails. Mature, career waiters in uniform. Patrons who are dressed appropriately for a great night out. Even the simplest dish (a hamburger) is outstanding and served with flair. I have traveled to many great cities and eaten out a lot and Sardi's is really my favorite in New York City.

  • Sardi's

    Posted by devan on 06/08/2005

    Still a classic

    I only visited the bar this trip, but was astonished at how good the drinks were. The reason I was astonished is 20 years ago I used to go to Sardi's and remember their bartenders making the best drinks back then. Well, they still do! A great place to stop for a drink before or after the show. They give you cheese and crackers along with the usual munchies, which can tide you over if you're having a late dinner. And the Cosmopolitans are DIVINE.

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