Cafe Sabarsky

by The Wandering Jew

Located in the Neueu Gallery on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Cafe Sabarsky is a delightful Viennese restaurant that is ideal for a brunch date or a weekend meal after enjoying the museum or similar attractions nearby.

Service is good, the food is delicious, and the ambiance captures a sophisticated, yet demure aspect of Manhattan.

The wood paneled room and high ceilings lend a good deal of charm. While the restaurant does not take reservations, you need not wait on line to get in to the Gallery; simply let security know and you will proceed up the half flight and to the right, where a host will let you know if a table is available.

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The desserts and drinks are worth sampling and the food offers classic Viennese dishes at reasonable prices.

Cafe Sabarsky should be in your repertoire if you enjoy being in an elegant setting surrounded by culture.

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