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Kurt Gutenbrunner's "civilized" Neue Galerie cafes transport you to "fin de siècle Vienna", with "exquisite pastries" and "vonderful" Austrian savories dispensed in "glorious", "old-worldy" settings; Sabarsky is the "prettier" of the pair while Fledermaus is "easier to get into", but both are "pretty expensive."
Cafe Sabarsky is located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Cafe, European, Coffee, Austrian, and German cuisine. Cafe Sabarsky accepts advance reservations and serves alcohol. Cafe Sabarsky does not offer delivery and does not offer takeout.Click to see map »
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