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Zabar's Cafe

  • Coffee & Tea, Sandwiches
  • 2245 Broadway, New York NY10024 40.784861 -73.979355
  • (At 80th St)
Mon-Fri: 7am-7pm Sat: 7:30am-7pm Sun: 8am-6pm
Breakfast, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Breakfast, Catering, Lunch, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Ratings and Reviews

User Reviews

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by iris on 2013-07-03 14:50:33


    Food is highly over-rated; microwaved pancakes taste spoiled; chicken soup is a travesty resembling something from a can; service is non-existent, dirty unkempt and very inconvenient -- difficult finding a high chair to sit on -- really uncomfortable.

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by john jay on 2010-04-19 17:01:48

    just fine

    lox bagel, oj and coffee for $5.95! real tasty. be sure to go into their INCREDIBLE market next door. i picked up a dinner selection from several of their counters and had one great picnic.

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by anonymous on 2009-03-30 16:35:49

    not good

    Had the potato latkes. The oil they were cooked in was not good, and the texture was terrible. And in the unfortunately now-typical practice (a sign that the Civilized World As We Know It is coming to an end) they microwaved them to heat them, which of c

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by a on 2008-11-24 11:18:28

    Poor conditions

    Last night (saturday) we stopped at the cafe for a yogurt. Although the yogurt was good, the cafe was not clean. You couldn't find a clean spot on the tables to put down your food and the floor, well everything and anything was on it. The workers were

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 2008-05-19 12:30:12

    "Real NY"

    For what it is supposed to be a place to grab a quick bite this is an excellent place. Space is extremely limited and turnover is high (look on the bright side, that means that the food is on the fresh). Their hot chocolate is outstanding and a gr

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by Spud on 2007-11-28 10:06:06

    Great for what it is

    A fabulous place to stop for a good and cheap ($3.95) bagel with lox. Throw in a Boylan's Root Beer for a buck and take the whole thing outside and sit at one of the benches in the median on Broadway and it's heavenly.

  • Zabar's Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 2007-03-05 15:36:15

    Good value, but crowded

    5 dollar meal: bagel with cream cheese and lox, small coffee, small fresh OJ. Definitely only enough food for breakfast, but I like the value. Hard to find a place to sit, often near strangers. Can't fault them for being popular though...