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Introducing The Pine Tree Café!

Posted in Around the Garden on April 15 2014, by Lansing Moore

Pine Tree Cafe Next time you’re feeling hungry at the Garden, stop by the latest attraction at the Leon Levy Visitor Center. Months of work and preparation throughout the winter have resulted in yesterday’s highly-anticipated debut of the Garden’s newest eatery. The Pine Tree Café offers visitors to the Garden a tasty new dining experience from our friends at STARR Restaurants.

This unique addition to the Garden’s visitor experience is named for the collection of towering trees in which it sits. The Pine Tree Café takes advantage of its location under the pleasing shade of the Arthur and Janet Ross Conifer Arboretum to create a space where guests can enjoy their lunch within view of a world-renowned collection of rare and unusual pines from Asia, Europe, and North America.

Pine Tree Cafe

STARR has brought the first-class treats that visitors now enjoy at The Garden Café to this sleek, updated location, and added a few exclusives as well. The menu includes fresh salads, flavorful hot and cold sandwiches, and straight-from-the-oven, Neopolitan-style pizza, just to name a few of our favorites. Visit the NYBG Dining page for a full list of offerings and a closer look at the café itself.

Pine Tree Cafe NYBG

The Pine Tree Café is located in the Leon Levy Visitor Center and is open during regular Garden hours. What better way to admire the century-old trees, some nearly 100 feet tall? The Garden is perfect for making memorable events, too. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a quiet afternoon lunch with the family, or hold a beautiful wedding, Stephen STARR Events creates unique experiences in one of New York’s most breathtaking settings.