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Business Description
Sagaponack NYC Bar & Grill is located in the Flatiron District (4 W 22nd Street, just off of 5th Avenue). The name Sagaponack /sæɡəˈpɒnək/ is a village in the Town of Southampton in Suffolk County, New York, United States. We offer a neighborhood destination for seasonal, New American fare from executive chef Franco C Lee. The menu reflects his passion for local market fresh ingredients.

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Seafood, American food, wines, cocktails, and beer.
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all major credit cards, debit, visa, mastercard, amex, discover
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4 W 22nd Street, b/t 5th and 6th.
Flatiron District, Midtown Manhattan

American Seafood

seafood restaurant


Cocktail Bar

Cater Madeline

Sagaponack Bar & Grill

Sagaponack NYC


Seafood Restaurants, Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Seafood

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Mmmm delicious!

I just love this place. The atmosphere may be impressive, the staff extremely knowledgeable and friendly, but who cares becuase the food is SOOOO good! I cant get enough, I just wanna try everything on the menu. Highly recommended.


Provided by Citysearch - 
Pleasant Dining Experience

Went for a California Wine tasting that paired 6 of the reaturant's featured dishes and was overwhelmed dish after dish. The duck ravioli was to absolutely die for......

The decor and waitstaff places you in to a nice Hamptons setting with a therapeutic dining experience.


Provided by Citysearch - 
A Charming Meal

My wife and I had been walking around the Flatiron District a couple of nights ago and found this charming spot for dinner. We started with lobster bisque and a tuna ceviche, then moved on to an excellently prepared turbot dish and a pork chop dish. Both were extremely tasty and well presented and we thought they were an excellent value -- both dishes could have been served in one of the top restaurants in NYC for much more money. The dessert, which my wife and I shared, was a mochi ice cream dish with peaches, which was also very tasty -- never thought I would actually like mochi ice cream. Overall, I was extremely pleasantly surprised by the quality and value of the food and atmosphere and we will certainly be back!!


Provided by Citysearch - 
Lovely new restaurant

I stopped in for Brunch just before they started serving dinner. Warm inviting spot steps from the Flat Iron.
The staff is knowledgeable, and incredibly friendly.

Was there during there first weekend serving dinner. I would highly recommend Sag to anyone, and plan to be back.

Fun beachy decor, comfortable seating. Vast menu options, pleasing all palates.


Provided by Citysearch - 
A bit of the Hamptons in New York...

Sagaponack is a true hidden neighborhood gem - which is ready to be found. I recently went there with my husband for brunch, and was greeted by a warm and friendly staff. It was a Sunday around 11:30am, and we were seated in the main back area at a very cozy table with a banquette on one side - which is always nice and comfortable. The atmosphere is inviting, and you really do feel like you could be in the Hamptons - outside the city rather than in the hustle bustle of New York - an added bonus.

I could see that they were hosting a group upstairs - and it's the perfect place for an event. Bridal shower, baby shower, birthday, happy hour, or corporate luncheon - it's a large private space that would be great for a larger party.

Besides the attentive service, pleasant surroundings, and inherent coziness of Sagaponack - the food was GREAT! The menu was filled with favorite brunch choices as well as some added twists, including blueberry ricotta pancakes, country grits & eggs, several salad options, a lobster roll, and even a char-grilled burger. My husband opted for the traditional eggs benedict and I went with the eggs florentine. We both had lattes. I have to say that my latte was served perfectly hot, and it was really good. A lot of times restaurant coffee just misses the mark - but this latte was spot on. And besides the fabulous biscuits that were served while we looked at the menu, the brunch was absolutely delicious! Instead of being on a regular english muffin, the eggs were on fresh brioche bread - a very nice added touch. To top it off there were fantastic hash potatoes, and perfectly-poached eggs. We were extremely happy with our brunch choice, and even happier after we ordered the banana cream pie for dessert which was homemade that minute (pie shell, with fresh custard, whipped cream, bananas, and a raspberry sauce) and absolutely to die for! We were super excited to find a fabulous local spot for weekend brunch. We also took a look at the dinner menu - which was equally as interesting...

So...a week later we returned for dinner. The restaurant did a great job transitioning to an evening crowd - dimmer lights and dinner-appropriate music, but still a welcoming environment. We were seated in a cozy, corner table – with one side having that same banquette. The dinner menu was filled with interesting and tasty dishes – 8 appetizers and 6 salads that all sounded delicious. We opted for the octopus spring roll – which we had never heard of before – and it was excellent with great flavors. We also had a mixed green salad and seared tuna tataki – both of which were really good. We were off to a good start. Service was attentive, and we were enjoying our meal. The choice of mains was equally as tough as there were so many great sounding dishes – and a great mix of options. We ended up getting the filet au poivre, the pan roasted skate, and the pan roasted chicken. All were homeruns! The food arrived hot, cooked to perfection, and, most importantly, incredibly tasty. I tried all three and could not tell you which one was the best – all were delicious. We saved a tiny bit of room for dessert, and devoured their killer brownie sundae and freshly made strawberry shortcake – made with scones. Soooo good!

Head chef/owner and general manager team of James and James is a winning combination. From the fantastic food, to pleasant atmosphere, to the friendly staff – I will definitely be adding Sagaponack to my list of local faves. You definitely will too – for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, you can’t go wrong here. And let’s not forget – reasonable prices – which is always a consideration these days. Experience a little taste of the Hamptons right here in New York – and without the 2 hour drive in traffic!


Provided by Citysearch - 
great new spot!

A coworker of mine has been here for lunch and really liked the food. We went with a group one day after work for happy hour and had a great time. Happy hour beer, wines by the glass and cocktail specials. We had some light fare which was also delicious. The staff was extremely friendly and attentive and I loved the beachy decor. Will be going back to try out the dinner sometime!


Provided by Citysearch - 
Adorable, Comfortable, Sophisticated

A very cute brunch, lunch spot. I remember when this spot used to be a dark, very quiet, ""dive"" bar. And it is now a new, bright, fresh restaurant! Service was great, Food is great, Decor is simple and pleasant. And it's very affordable! Will definitely go back!


Provided by Citysearch - 
It's perfect!

Finally a restaurant like Sagaponack opens up!! I fell upon this restaurant while going for a run one weekend around the flat iron district. I was looking for a good place to have brunch and I knew i found just the spot. On the weekends the flatiron area is a peaceful neighborhood and what made my weekend was this satisfying brunch. Sagaponack has all sorts of meals like waffles and omelets to burgers. I personally went for the burger and I def made the right decision. It was amazing! and the shoelace fries (they were really thin like shoelaces) were interesting and really good too. I would definitely recommend this welcoming restaurant to everyone. The decorations and paintings are ocean themed. It is a family friendly restaurant. And it has amazing food! Go try it out! You will definitely not regret.


Provided by Citysearch - 
Great Litte Restaurant!

We were shopping along 5th avenue and decided that we were STARVING. We found Sahaponack on the phone and decided to give it a try since there are really no other restaurnats in the area. At first we were just going to have a quick little light lunch. But once we got there everything changed. It is just the cutest little restaurant. There are two floors, the top can also be used as a private party room. And then there is also a really nice downstairs area which is where we sat. I had the korean bbq sandwich (YUM) and my mother had several of the lobster and crab rolls. Evertyhing was really good and fresh. I will definitely eat there again but this time for brunch. I saw the menu and it looks really great! I def recommend this restaurant!


Provided by Citysearch - 

we had brunch here and the food was sick.... out of this world more like it. Great spot for dates and the food is fresh and the people are really nice and warm. Try it out today.... the brunch kicks A%&&@#*

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