Sardi's Restaurant



234 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036

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(212) 221-8440

Hours

  • Sunday: 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 3:30 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 3:30 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Thursday: 3:30 pm - 11:30 pm
  • Friday: 5:30 pm - Midnight
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - Midnight

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Cuisine: American Restaurants

44444


price range:$26 to $50

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  • ChefMozI went to Sardi's with my girlfriend, and was quite impressed with the service. They sat us at a corner table so we expected to be neglected by the waiters all evening. But much to our delight, they came around frequently (about every 5 minutes) and kept the bread rolls coming. The dinner menu does not scream variety, but the food is magnificent, and they offer a pleasing dessert menu, and drink menu.All this is great, but it doesn't come very cheap. Expect to pay anywhere from $65 to $135 for two people.

    by ChefMoz.org


  •  Muito bom o caneloni de ricota com espinafre - visual muito bacana

    55555 by Ana H.


  •  The walls are crowded with celebrity caricatures, which are fun to survey while enjoying a cocktail or a dessert.

    55555 by Untapped Cities


  •  Upstairs bar is one of the best spots to grab a drink in midtown.

    55555 by chris m.


  •  Great little bar upstairs.

    55555 by Paulette O.


  •  Service sucks in a major way, but maître d was very cool to seat us over an hour early. The spinach cannelloni was delicious.

    33333 by Andy H.


  •  You must ask for Alex's table when u go to Sardis. Crab cakes Devine

    55555 by Chattanooga Property S.


  •  Fantastic!

    55555 by Dena M.


  •  Surprisingly no wait and not too bad on the wallet for a Friday night dinner in the theater district. Food and service was exceptional

    55555 by Valerie R.


  •  Amazing cananolli. Great atmosphere and food. Great ny institution

    55555 by Rainbowevents N.


  •  Great bartenters

    55555 by Jeanette B.


  •  The salmon was excellent with the parsley mashed potatoes

    55555 by Adam B.


  •  Went there for my birthday with my family & was disappointed. Chicken tasted like a Goodyear tire and the pasta was "eh." Service was okay but not good. Lots of tradition but not what it used to be.

    33333 by Brian P.


  •  They make a good gin and tonic.

    55555 by Joseph L.


  •  The spinach cannoli is delicious ! Not vegan friendly but delicious... :-)

    55555 by Abiola A.


  •  They had James Galdolfini's portrait in a place of honor, may he rest in peace.

    33333 by Abiola A.


  •  The cannelloni is a signature dish here. Wonderful flavor, and one of the most popular items on the menu since 1927.

    55555 by eProducer B.


  •  If you want to see Jose the bartender extraordinaire and Little Bar fixture, come on Wednesday or Saturday or both!

    55555 by eProducer B.


  •  Excellent martinis!!

    55555 by CindyandJim P.


  •  Great spot for old school Broadway feel. Go after shows start and the place clears out.

    55555 by James O.


  •  Listen carefully, and you'll hear the echoes of conversations between producers and actors of a bygone era. Listen !

    55555 by eProducer B.


  •  Service was slow. Food was OK. Cocktails are good.

    33333 by Van M.


  •  Joe the bartender extraordinare, is working tonight.

    33333 by Karl H.


  •  "El favorito de Michael Kors, por su sencilla pero deliciosa cocina."

    55555 by El Palacio de Hierro


  •  "Heywood Broun...was a member of Sardi's "Cheese Club," a group of journalists, critics and agents including Walter Winchell, Ward Morehouse and Ring Lardner." (via @ShelfAwareness)

    33333 by Tamara H.


  •  Established 1921. Covered with celebrity caricatures such as Jackie Gleason; complemented by red banquettes, old chairs, and lampshade fixtures. Still the location for Tony Awards lunches & parties.

    55555 by Buford B.


  •  El favorito de Michael Kors, por su sencilla pero deliciosa cocina.

    55555 by El Palacio de Hierro


  •  Mad Men Season 2: "The New Girl" Don joins funnyman Jimmy Barret and his wife Bobby here to celebrate the sale of his comedy show.

    33333 by Siobhan Q.


  •  Weird people in this place. Waiters seem out of place. Food is ok. Steak tartar is good.

    33333 by Richie S.


  •  Traditional, old-school yet still cool. It’s a place you should try at least once. Come for a pre-theater cocktail and club sandwich. The bartenders are the best!

    55555 by The Corcoran Group


  •  Get the cheese plate! YUM!

    55555 by Jodi M.


  •  Basic spaghetti dish is good. Cheesecake delicious. Some dude just walked in with an astounding fur coat.

    55555 by William G.


  •  If the upstairs bar is too crowded, try the little bar--to the left when you enter. And keep your eyes peeled for celebs.

    55555 by Allegra L.


  •  Had the corn bisque and beet salad for lunch. I would have to grade it cafeteria quality from presentation to taste. Service, meh, not feeling anything special.

    33333 by Jen L.


  •  Have dinner at Sardi's before you see a Broadway show.

    55555 by Camp Broadway


  •  I dropped a Collectivus You Are Beautiful! Sign Thingie here. Look for Thingies near here too.

    55555 by Josh B.


  •  Do not order the meat cannelloni au gratin! TV dinner that you would eat after the bar closed.

    33333 by Jphn D.


  •  Since you're so close to the Winter Garden Theatre (50th & Broadway), catch a performance of MAMMA MIA, now 11 years on Broadway. For best availability, try a 2pm Saturday or Sunday matinee.

    55555 by MAMMA MIA!


  •  My chicken curry had the goopy consistency of a frozen dinner or (bad) airline food. Indifferent service in a somewhat threadbare restaurant resting on past laurels.

    22222 by Craig W.


  •  Steve Jonad

    55555 by Vince N.


  •  In Internet jail for hours. Omg. Hate #att. But had fun at Sardi's. Met some nice out of towners.

    55555 by Michelle T.


  •  Find Joseph at the upstairs bar. He is a classic gentleman who pours a great cosmo. :)

    55555 by Cristina G.


  •  The mini hotdogs with spicy mustard are incredible!

    55555 by Givenik


  •  Asked for a medium rare sirloin, it was charred black on the bottom. Tasted like I was licking the grill.

    11111 by Barrett G.


  •  nice to have a drink but don't go before showtime.

    55555 by Pogi T.


  •  Great burger.

    55555 by Jacki Z.


  •  Make sure to let your server know if you're seeing a show, what time you need to leave, and where the theater is :-) I promise they will accommodate you. AND enjoy your meal

    55555 by Sean M.


  •  Ordered a dirty martini no vodka had to pour water into it 3 times and still couldn't drink gross

    11111 by Sandra E.


  •  A true NYC landmark!! Ask how the drawings got their start and why they had payphones till 2 years ago.

    55555 by Teresa


  •  Classic Broadway joint. Menu might be pricey, but try stopping in for a drink before a show.

    55555 by James S.


  •  The coolest, kitchiest cocktail bar in the Theater District. Great for after-theater Baked Alaska

    55555 by Travel Squire


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