In 1981, Sarabeth and Bill Levine opened a tiny bakery-kitchen to make and sell Sarabeth’s preserves and baked goods. A few tables and chairs were soon added, first for breakfast and then for lunch. The little store, with its unique charm and wholesomely delicious products became an instant success with discriminating New Yorkers. Sarabeth’s Kitchen has spread to include restaurants in various prime spots around New York and also Florida.
If you want a succulent, American as apple pie start to your day in NY, get your motor running with farmhouse style breakfasts such as creamy porridge ‘three bears style’ — Baby (milk and honey), Mama (fresh cream, raisins and honey) or Papa (bananas, fresh cream, raisins and honey), or try the fresh crunchy granola, Popeye omelette or Goldie Lox (scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and cream cheese). Or for something sweetly different, the pumpkin waffle with sour cream, raisins, pumpkin seeds and honey.
Follow our lead and kickstart your morning with one of Sarabeth’s legendary Bloody Marys (above). Beats orange juice hands down!
For more information visit www.sarabeth.com