Sarabeth’s Tribeca, NYC – Brunch

Sarabeth’s Tribeca

Chef: Lee Scheffler
Cuisine: American
Neighborhood: Tribeca
Price: Mains $17-36, Appetizers $9-15
Phone: 212-966-0421
Address: 339 Greenwich Street, NY, NY 10013
Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Afternoon Tea

For more details of this restaurant, check out the dinner post of Sarabeth’s Tribeca. But for delectable brunch fare, keep perusing this! And for other brunch favorites, peep Marc Forgione, Locanda Verde, Plein Sud, Bubby’s in Tribeca, or Yerba Buena Perry, Five Points, ABC Kitchen around the city.

My friends and I went to Sarabeth’s Tribeca for brunch on July 4th. Our group of six was seated immediately with no reservation (it helps that the restaurant is 5,000 square feet). We tried to dress patriotically in red, white, and blue and had some delicious red drinks to celebrate America (as you can see below). As for the grub, I had been to the Sarabeth’s on Central Park South, so I definitely insisted on the Chicken and Apple Sausage. But otherwise, everyone got what she or he wanted, and we wound up with a smörgåsbord of dishes. The muffins/scones/preserves are another Sarabeth’s specialty, do don’t miss out on those.


Garden Omelette – mushroom, green peas, zucchini, cheddar cheese

Classic Eggs Benedict – Canadian bacon, Hollandaise, peppers, chives
Love the presentation on the muffin

The Red Omelette – chunky red pepper and tomato sauce, cheddar cheese, sour cream, chives

Spinach and Goat Cheese Omelette

Scrambled Egg Stuffed Popover
Similar to the popover at Marc Forgione

Grilled Portobello Sandwich – artichoke, goat cheese, basil
I had this — totally recommend unless you are craving eggs, plus you are sure to take half of it home for later

Chicken and Apple Breakfast Sausage

Applewood Smoked Bacon


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