I visited Cafe Sabarsky for the zillionth time last year with a lovely friend. I was thrilled when we were able to enjoy the savory menu as well as the sweet. This place is AMAZING and you must visit at least once. A wonderful Sunday would involve brunch here, and then a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
You feel like you are in a Viennese cafe here and you do not want to leave. The only sad day Cafe Sabarsky is closed is on Tuesday. Let me know if you do visit, how much you like it. I would be thrilled to hear from you!!
Some interesting information from their website:
Neue Galerie New York was conceived by two men who enjoyed a close friendship over a period of nearly thirty years: art dealer and museum exhibition organizer Serge Sabarsky and businessman, philanthropist, and art collector Ronald S. Lauder. Sabarsky and Lauder shared a passionate commitment to Modern German and Austrian art, and dreamed of opening a museum to showcase the finest examples of this work. After Sabarsky died in 1996, Lauder carried on the vision of creating Neue Galerie New York as a tribute to his friend.
Today's Words of Wisdom: “When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves.” Viktor Frankl quotes (Austrian psychiatrist and psychotherapist. 1905-1997)