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Restaurants, American Central Park
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

Time Out says

Charming Sarabeth's serves a homestyle breakfast, with little-house-in-the-woods menu items to match: Kids can try the Baby Bear—porridge with milk and honey—while parents nosh on the Goldie Lox, a plate of scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and cream cheese. Lunch and dinner are equally cozy, with the likes of chicken potpie and house-baked pastries on the menu.



Address: 40 Central Park South
New York
Cross street: between Fifth and Sixth Aves
Transport: Subway: N, R to Fifth Ave–59th St
Price: Average main course: $20. AmEx, Disc, DC, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 8am–11pm; Sun 8am–10pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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A tasty brunch spot on the Upper East Side: Sarabeth’s is a great pick for people watching and general unwinding on a lazy Sunday morning.

There’s something very homey about this restaurant and its food. The brunch menu is ripe with variety and it will be quite a challenge to make your pick. If you have a sweet craving, the buttermilk pancakes, the toasted coconut waffle or the flufy french toast will definitely satisfy it. If you’re more in a savoury mood, there’s a wide range of eggs to your heart’s content, each dish with a quirky name. This includes ‘Goldie Lox’ (scrambled eggs, scallions and cream cheese), ‘Popeye Eggs’(scrambled eggs, sauteed spinach, marinated tomatoes) as well as more classic options such as the goat’s cheese and spinach omeltte. All egg dishes are served with a choice of English muffin, croissant or toast.

Once you’re done with people watching and general food indulgence, why note head out towards Central Park?Sarabeth’s is a stonethrow away from Manhattan’s green oasis as well as from Museum Mile. Brunch and a trip to the Guggenheim or the Met will definitely make for a Sunday well spent. 

I'd always heard great things about sarabeth's bit have avoided largely because it is the definition of "tourist trap". It is however also the definition of "brunch" with awesomely-cooked eggs, delicious french toast and an insane short rib hash (pictured). Nothing mind-blowing, but you're guaranteed a delicious experience!

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