New Leaf Restaurant & Bar
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New Leaf serves lunch Tuesday through Friday, weekend brunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday evenings.
Large parties and special event requests should contact Cathy Mosomillo at firstname.lastname@example.org Free parking available.
Presented by COFFEED: Our mission is to provide superior products at competitive prices, while keeping charitable giving at the forefront of all we do. We roast our own coffee, bake our own pastries, and through our partnership with the Brooklyn Grange, source much of our produce from the acre-sized roof of our flagship location in Long Island City, Queens.
Tuesday - noon until 4:00 pm
Wednesday &Thursday noon-8:00pm
Friday: 12PM-9:00PM Saturday: 11:00 AM -9:00PM
**Happy Hour: Wednesday Thursday Friday 3PM- 7PM
Seasonal beautiful garden patio underneath the stars.
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Tragically mediocre food and embarrassingly overpriced. Every time I've been here, the service has also been slow and confused. I live nearby and spend a lot of time in the park--it's a shame that this public concession isn't better run so that the community can make better use of their gorgeous location. I had the worst bloody mary I've ever had in my life here, and the cheese plate is also a crime against cheese. I advise visitors to the Cloisters to check out the small wine bars around the base of the park for good food at better prices.
Regretfully, we had a lousy time at Easter Dinner. Service was slow, but that would be understandable on a busy holiday. There were eight of us. Drinks were very slow, at least one never came. Seven of us had finished our meal when the eighth meal arrived (a simple burger).
I love Fort Tryron Park, and always thought of The New Leaf as a little gem of a spot. It still is, but we are very unlikely to eat here again.
Our server was nice, and I do not blame him, but overall this meal was a mess, made worse because I had told our guests what a great spot The New Leaf was.
Wonderful atmosphere. Beautiful park surrounding it. Beautiful stone building. Excellent food. Definitely worth a visit.
Reservation for 2 on sun at 1:30 to cap off weekend in the city after touring cloisters..we arrived very early but Maitre d’ appeared to have no interest I trying to seat us early and appeared to forget about us til we reminded him. Nonetheless we were seated at our reserved time. Waiter very good and pleasant. They were “out of” Pinot Grigio (?). Both had eggs Benedict which were fine but hollandaise had no lemon tang to it. Roasted potatoes were excellent very flavorful. Very noisy until crowd thinned at end of meal. We were seated at high top table in bar. Next time I would request proper table in main room. Would definitely go back because overall was enjoyable
Had reservations for 1:00 p.m. lunch on a Saturday - for 2. We were stuck in traffic and it was very frustrating not being able to speak to a live person to let them know. Everything automated - with leaving messages the only option. Restaurant was extremely crowded. We ordered wine - pino grigio and chardonnay. Server came back and said they were out of pino grigio so i opted for the chardonnay which was good. My cousin odered Salmon off the specials menu. Server came back and said they just ran out of Salmon. This is again 1 o'clock when the restaurant had just recently opened. The restautant was very noisy and stuffy. Other people complained and once they put the ceiling fans on - and took off the wrap from the doors to open one - it got comfortable. Now, with this said... the staff was excellent. They were short staffed, but were extremely pleasant and professional. When asked if there was another fish to replace the salmon we were told no, but then our server came back after speaking to the chef and she was accomodated. Our server was wonderful and empathetic to our few disappointments. We chalked it up to everyone having cabin fever and wanting to be out to enjoy the beautiful day. Although this trip was a bit disappointing, I will certainly try it again.
Server/host was excellent
Great atmosphere, excellent service, delicious food, great drink menu. Can’t wait to go back!
I love this restaurant tucked away in NYC’s Fort Tryon Park. Country European atmosphere overlooking the Hudson River complete with botanical gardens. Food is great too!
The food was just ok. We ordered 6 meals and just enjoyed the crispy calamari.
New Leaf is one of those places in NYC where you feel like you're in the countryside - maybe outside a small town in England. The food and service are good but the physical place & its wooded setting are sublime.
A beautiful setting and good service, but the lunch isn't anything special.
We celebrated my daughters 24 birthday! Amazing
We enjoyed our time at the restaurant. We went there for brunch on a Sunday. They accomodated us 1/2 earlier than our reservation (we called and asked if doable). There were not too many options outside the regular egg offering for brunch. I got to try the salmon which came with a delicious red pepper sauce. The portions are well sized (I could have used less meat and more side dish on my plate).
Despite the mediocre review, I like this place. The atmosphere is wonderful, its setting in a park a delight. If the weather is warm and the windows are open it’s especially lovely. However the food is just adequate, and the service is nice but forgetful. You come for the sense that you’re in the country and not midtown Manhattan.
The ambiance and the service was good. Nothing exceptional, but solid. My mom and I had lunch here after visiting the Met cloisters. I will say that her turkey burger was under cooked after specifically asking that it be well done. It also tasted bland. When we were leaving we used the restrooms and not only was there no soap, but the windows were left wide open on a 30/40 degree day in March. Overall, we ate there because it was close to the Met and we thought it’d be nice based off the reviews, but we will not be returning.
Food was great! Joey our waiter was excellent and parking was right in front ... after brunch we took a walk through fort tryon park ;)
Small menu of superb dishes. Great place.
Really lovely setting with a good wine selection and delicious deserts. Great spot for lunch followed by a walk around the park. Highly recommend if you’re looking to get out of the bustle of the city.
Loved our lunch. Love this spot. It's a little treasure within walking distance of the Cloisters.
Always a pleasant experience eating at New Leaf and enjoying Fort Tryon Park - even in the cold of February. Only reason my reviews are 4/5 and not 5/5 was because my chicken sandwich was a bit dry and the service was slower than usual due to a larger party being present.
A fantastic experience a restaurant in the city that makes you feel like you are in the country. A must restaurant to put on your must experience restaurant list,
I have 12 years of girlfriend and one year married with the love of my life and I always like to go out to share and to dine and feel like when I met her 13 years ago and this is our second year visiting this place for this same date. We really love it and we feel very comfortable and more for the good treatment they always give us. I'm sure we'll be back next year !!!
We hadn't been back to the New Leaf much since it re-opened and weren't as thrilled by the food the first time we went back (about a year ago). This time was wonderful, with a great wait-staff and outstanding food.
It was a perfect spot for a dinner with a close friend, when we wanted a quiet environment.
The staff was extremely gracious in allowing us to stay well past the official closing time
(which I was ignorant of, and I apologize to the staff for my ignorance!)
We have been to the New Leaf many times before but this was our first brunch. The food was delicious and plentiful and the service lovely. It is a special hideaway for a meal and we will return for brunch. Thank you to all at the restaurant for our time there.
ALWAYS A FANTASTIC EXPERIENCE!! BEAUTIFUL VENUE. GREAT FOOD AND EXTREMELY COURTEOUS SERVICE.
Two family birthdays last week celebrated together. Very nice. Look forward to returning in Warner weather to dine on the patio
Been coming here from brunches and lunches for years. It is still a special place with a unique ambiance. Lunch menu is pretty basic and limited (one salad, one chicken dish, hamburger, believe one one main choice). Still, service is good, food is tasty.
Great food! Love the park! Pretty expensive however. But worth it for a special occasion.
We were going to a concert at The Cloisters so tried New Leaf restaurant because of the proximity to the museum. We were surprised to find a beautiful restaurant with delicious food and wonderful service. We plan to return.
Little disappointed with waiter. Our soup order never came. Dessert was so so. However, our entrees were very good. I'll be back no worry.
This place is beautiful but lacking in quality food and service.
A quaint, cozy, romantic restaurant nestled in the scenic hills of Fort Tryon Park. A must for a romantic meal and stroll with someone special.
Wonderful find near the cloister
Food was brilliant - great ambiance and reasonable prices - will be back
New Years Eve we sat in the main dining room. Although there was music promised, it was in the front room and the noise level so loud we couldn’t hear it at all. The price of the meal included the music, so we were feeling pretty disappointed
They have the BEST burger! I’m not a meat-eater per se, but I break my rules for their cheeseburger. Meat is fresh, cooked as you like it, brioche bun...all in a beautiful stone cottage in the woods of Fort Tryon Park. The setting is gorgeous, and the burger, divine. Love giving them my business.
Delicious food, lovely service, exquisite location nestled in Ft. Tryon Park.
Beautiful location. Staff is so mindful. The architecture is my taste. High ceilings. exposed beams etc. In line with the museum, the Cloisters, it partnered with. Most importantly the food is fantastic.
The New Leaf is in a lovely setting (Fort Tryon Park), the restaurant itself is charming. The food is decent, if unimaginative and overpriced. And the menu seldom changes.
I live in the neighborhood and have dined here a number of times. I personally would like a bigger menu and one a bit less expensive, but, the atmosphere is the draw for me. It is a spot for family birthdays, a quiet date, or an anniversary. It has a quiet charm in a beautiful park. When the weather is nice the outdoor seating is lovely. I recommend but it is not inexpensive.