Friday, February 12, 2010

Cafe Sabarsky New York at the Neue Galerie

Since we were just at Demel I thought I would keep in the spirit of a elegant Viennese cafe taking you to Cafe Sabarsky. It is located on the Upper East Side, a great area of the city, much more slow pace than midtown and seems like home. 5th Avenue and East 86th Street, this is near some of the great museums of the city: Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim so if you are planning a trip to one of these great places, think of this for lunch. You will not be disappointed, trust me!!! Here we go....

looks like we are in Vienna, doesn't it ?

the gallery was conceived by 2 men: Serge Sabarsky and and Ronald S is devoted to early 20th century German and Austrian Art and Design. They dreamed of opening a museum and when Mr Sabarsky died in 1996, Mr. Lauder carried on the vision of the gallery as a tribute to his friend.

this was my wonderful coffee and it tasted sooo good.....just loove this photo

my wonderful friend who was lucky to be with me on this trip had a apple strudel and she said it was the best she ever had.....she ate the whole thing..............

one of my most favorite photos, the very much pastry art of Klimttorte ...a chocolate and hazelnut cake with whip was just amazing

I tried really hard to finish it but it was hard work.......this is a definate must try when in the city .......

Neue Galerie New York is located at 1048 Fifth Avenue (at 86th Street).

Museum Hours
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(closed Tuesday and Wednesday)

General $15
Students and seniors $10

Cafe Sabarsky
Mon and Wed 9am to 6pm
Thurs thru Sun 9am to 9pm
closed Tuesday



Paris Pastry said...

What a gorgeous staircase!

I would have eaten the whole apple strudel too!

Proud Italian Cook said...

Beautiful shots of the coffee and luscious cake, mine kind of treat!

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