Sagaponack

American, Seafood
$ $
4 W 22nd St (at 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10010
(212) 229-2226
Monday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 10:30pm

Menu

Tips

  • Charming hidden restaurant. Classy yet unpretentious. Book through Savored to save at least what you'll end up tipping. Excellent service. Good, totally inexpensive wine selection.
  • This service is horrible and the food is merely ok
  • The lobster roll was great. Very fresh and not over seasoned.
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  • Make sure you sit at the bar when Daniel is bar-tending. Hottie with and body AND gives good recommendations on what to eat :)
  • Happy hour 4:30-7p is the Lobster Roll and draft beer for $20. The lobster roll is usually $26...so...great deal!
  • Great Happy Hour... $5 for wines by the glass!
  • Fries here are awesome!
  • Step into this Disney-fied yacht club just steps from Madison Square Park. The booths upstairs are comfortable, and the beer list is solid.
  • Awesome and light Lobster roll. Bloody Mary's will blow you away!
  • Butternut squash and cauliflower are great as side dishes. I am impressed!
  • Good lobster roll, but I was more impressed with their salad and fries. The happy hour lobster roll is definitely recommended though!
  • This tasty, dependable neighborhood spot is a nice pick for a work lunch lobster roll. It is never amazing but it is good and will never offend anyone.
  • Affordable for lunch even though very nice
  • Delicious salads, relaxing ans pretty atmosphere, and the looks of the lobster rolls with fries...yuuuuum. getting that next time. A bit of the east end right in nyc.
  • Skate is great!
  • Mediocre food, lackluster service, much too expensive.
  • Best food I've ever tasted, and service is great - I don't know what previous person complained about
  • Wine tasting at Sagaponack
  • great lobster roll

Nearby places

200 5th Ave (at W 23rd St)
Madison Ave (btwn E 23rd & E 26th St)
230 5th Ave (btwn W 26th & W 27th St)