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234 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036
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- 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
Cuisine: American Restaurants
4.3 of 5.0 from 53 reviews
price range:$26 to $50
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Sardi's Restaurant Reviews
I 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.
Muito bom o caneloni de ricota com espinafre - visual muito bacana
by Ana H.
The walls are crowded with celebrity caricatures, which are fun to survey while enjoying a cocktail or a dessert.
by Untapped Cities
Upstairs bar is one of the best spots to grab a drink in midtown.
by chris m.
Great little bar upstairs.
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.
by Andy H.
You must ask for Alex's table when u go to Sardis. Crab cakes Devine
by Chattanooga Property S.
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
by Valerie R.
Amazing cananolli. Great atmosphere and food. Great ny institution
by Rainbowevents N.
by Jeanette B.
The salmon was excellent with the parsley mashed potatoes
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.
by Brian P.
They make a good gin and tonic.
by Joseph L.
The spinach cannoli is delicious ! Not vegan friendly but delicious... :-)
by Abiola A.
They had James Galdolfini's portrait in a place of honor, may he rest in peace.
by Abiola A.
The cannelloni is a signature dish here. Wonderful flavor, and one of the most popular items on the menu since 1927.
by eProducer B.
If you want to see Jose the bartender extraordinaire and Little Bar fixture, come on Wednesday or Saturday or both!
by eProducer B.
by CindyandJim P.
Great spot for old school Broadway feel. Go after shows start and the place clears out.
by James O.
Listen carefully, and you'll hear the echoes of conversations between producers and actors of a bygone era. Listen !
by eProducer B.
Service was slow. Food was OK. Cocktails are good.
by Van M.
Joe the bartender extraordinare, is working tonight.
by Karl H.
"El favorito de Michael Kors, por su sencilla pero deliciosa cocina."
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)
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.
by Buford B.
El favorito de Michael Kors, por su sencilla pero deliciosa cocina.
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.
by Siobhan Q.
Weird people in this place. Waiters seem out of place. Food is ok. Steak tartar is good.
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!
by The Corcoran Group
Get the cheese plate! YUM!
by Jodi M.
Basic spaghetti dish is good. Cheesecake delicious. Some dude just walked in with an astounding fur coat.
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.
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.
by Jen L.
Have dinner at Sardi's before you see a Broadway show.
by Camp Broadway
I dropped a Collectivus You Are Beautiful! Sign Thingie here. Look for Thingies near here too.
by Josh B.
Do not order the meat cannelloni au gratin! TV dinner that you would eat after the bar closed.
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.
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.
by Craig W.
by Vince N.
In Internet jail for hours. Omg. Hate #att. But had fun at Sardi's. Met some nice out of towners.
by Michelle T.
Find Joseph at the upstairs bar. He is a classic gentleman who pours a great cosmo. :)
by Cristina G.
The mini hotdogs with spicy mustard are incredible!
Asked for a medium rare sirloin, it was charred black on the bottom. Tasted like I was licking the grill.
by Barrett G.
nice to have a drink but don't go before showtime.
by Pogi T.
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
by Sean M.
Ordered a dirty martini no vodka had to pour water into it 3 times and still couldn't drink gross
by Sandra E.
A true NYC landmark!! Ask how the drawings got their start and why they had payphones till 2 years ago.
Classic Broadway joint. Menu might be pricey, but try stopping in for a drink before a show.
by James S.
The coolest, kitchiest cocktail bar in the Theater District. Great for after-theater Baked Alaska
by Travel Squire
This place looks and tastes like it should be on Kitchen Nightmares. There's no one under 65 here. Skip it!
by Leah S.
The wine list online reflects none of the actual options. Service is great. Food decent. Tourist place to hope A listers show up.
by Tom N.
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