Take Mom to Brunch This Mother’s Day Near Your Sagamore Apartment

Mom has taken care of you since the beginning, cooking your meals, offering support and watching every one of your soccer games. Now, it’s time to give her a big thank you by treating her to the best meal in the area!

On Mother’s Day on May 9, take mom out for an afternoon on the town by bringing her to one of these local restaurants hosting Mother’s Day brunch. Don’t forget to bring her a gift and a beautiful bouquet of flowers, too!

Good Enough To Eat, located at 520 Columbus Ave, New York which is an eight minute walk from your Sagamore apartment, features locally sourced ingredients in traditional American comfort foods and house-baked treats.

Good Enough to Eat was founded by Carrie Levin in 1981, who studied in Aix-en-Povence and London before moving to NYC to apprentice under Seppi Renngli, the head chef at The Four Seasons. She then partnered with Ann Nickinson to open Good Enough to Eat with the goal of serving good, old-fashioned American food using fresh ingredients and homestyle cooking.

Sarabeth’s, located at 423 Amsterdam Ave, New York which is a nine minute walk from your Sagamore apartment, is a posh chain serving American fare, including brunch and dessert.

Known for its colorful cooking, warm atmosphere and family-friendly service, locals and visitors have felt at home at this very first Sarabeth’s location for nearly 30 years. It’s also within walking distance of The American Museum of Natural History, The Beacon Theater, The Children’s Museum of Manhattan, Central Park and Riverside Park, so you can make a day of it with your mom.

Good Enough To Eat

520 Columbus Ave, New York, NY 10024

(212) 496-0163


423 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

(212) 496-6280

Take Your ‘First Day Hike’ This Month at These Nearby Trails

Every year, state parks throughout the United States encourage people to start their year off right by going on a ‘First Day Hike,’ where they can both get some fresh air and also see the beautiful nature right outside their doors. Last year, nearly 55,000 people rang in the New Year this way, collectively hiking over 133,000 miles throughout the country!

If you spent your New Years Day like many of us, though – hanging out on your Sagamore couch! – you can still get a First Day Hike in your own way by going on a hike this month. Strap up your sneakers and check out these trails in the Upper West Side area!

Theodore Roosevelt Park, located at 200 Central Park West, New York which is three minutes from your Sagamore apartment, is a park surrounding the American Museum of Natural History which has paths, grassy areas and a dog run.

The park was known as Manhattan Square until 1958, when a local law renamed it “Theodore Roosevelt Park.” Neighborhood residents have traditionally referred to the park as “Museum Park” or “Dinosaur Park.” The New York City Parks Department maintains the park with help from the Friends of Theodore Roosevelt Park.

Riverside Park, located from W. 72 St.to St Clair Pl., New York which is a 12 minute walk from your Sagamore apartment, is widely regarded as Manhattan’s most spectacular waterfront park. As one of only eight officially designated scenic landmarks in the city, it has a long and storied history.

Since 1875, the landscapes of the park have offered escape from the city and opportunities for people to relax, play, and socialize in tranquil settings. These landscapes contain rocky precipices, sylvan lawns, and groves of mature elm trees.

Theodore Roosevelt Park

200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024

(212) 639-9675

Riverside Park

Riverside Dr. to Hudson River, W. 72 St.to St Clair Pl., New York, NY 10024

(212) 870-3070