An “attractive clientele” frequents this UES American to sample “creative” small plates and varied vinos in “dimly lit” digs “with a Downtown feel” ; just “order carefully” or the bill may be a “shock.”
The food was pretty good but and the portions felt adequate. They weren't too big but if you got an appetizer for two people it would be fine. However, alone they wouldn't fill you up. The bad thing was the wait was very long we waited an hour for our food to come out. Luckily the appetizer came out early and were able to satiate us until the main course came out.
Michael Lavina · March 12, 2018
Great place for brunch. There may be a wait for seating but it is worth it. They are quick with the refills during bottomless, and that is rare these days.
Phil Turney · March 12, 2018
I had been meaning to try Sojourn for almost a year, so I was thrilled when a friend recommended it for Saturday Brunch! The atmosphere is great; awesome music, trendy decor and cute table arrangements (we were at a high table that was a booth). For brunch I had steak, eggs and cheese. My meal was very good. It looked a bit on the small side when it arrived, but in the end it was the perfect amount of food; I left brunch satisfied but not disgustingly stuffed like brunch typically leaves me. I had asked for it medium well- it was more on he well done side. It could have been slightly less cooked, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. The steak was topped with frizzled onions, which was a great addition! In terms of the service, it was a little slow. The food took a bit longer than I expected and it took a while for the check to come. All in all, however, I would totally come back to Sojourn for brunch and I definitely look forward to trying it for dinner!