Tavern on the Green
For one week this month, New Yorkers can get a taste of Don Draper’s world.
The iconic Central Park restaurant reopened after five years Thursday, starting with a ribbon cutting attended by park and city officials.
People from the area were checking out the menu posted out front on Wednesday, happy to see that the restaurant really is coming back.
The five-year wait for Central Park’s iconic Tavern on the Green restaurant is almost over. The $20 million total re-do combines whimsy and glitz with an effort to please everyone.
New owners Philadelphia restaurateurs Jim Caiola and David Salama had planned to open last November, but construction and other problems delayed the opening.
A nanny was sexually assaulted in Central Park in broad daylight Tuesday, and police immediately launched a hunt for her attacker.
It had a rich and glorious past and now it seems like Tavern on the Green finally has a future.
Two years after the glitzy Tavern on the Green restaurant in Central Park closed, New York City officials are looking to open a scaled-down version.
According to police, the suspect approached a 28-year-old woman walking on a path near the former Tavern on the Green restaurant. Investigators said she fought back, kicking, punching and poking him in the eye.
The Turkish Taco Truck parked outside the Tavern on the Green visitors center in Central Park, is serving alcohol. Their new drink menu includes beer, wine and cocktails.
Donald Trump is seeking a deal with New York City to reopen the glittery Tavern on the Green restaurant in Central Park.
In addition to the visitors center, the pedestrian plaza features trees, tables, benches and food vendors selling soups, dumplings, Turkish tacos and ice cream,