New Leaf Restaurant & Bar
Mon, noon-3pm; Tue-Wed, noon-9pm; Thu-Fri, noon-10pm; Sat, 11am-10pm; Sun, 11am-8pm
Nearby Subway Stops
A at 190th St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Brunch - Weekend
- Dine at the Bar
- Live Music
- Notable Wine List
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining/Party Space
- Online Reservation
- Full Bar
- Make a Reservation with opentable.com
Nestled in a copse of trees in stately Fort Tryon Park, the slate courtyard of Coffeed's New Leaf Restaurant & Bar evokes the pleasures of al fresco dining at a hillside Tuscan inn. Inside the elegant, vaulted interior—a stone building from the thirties renovated by the New York Restoration Project, Bette Midler’s non-profit group—an imaginative menu is served with an emphasis on seafood, plus seasonal variations like soft-shell crabs in early summer or a minimalist choucroute garni in winter. Grilled sirloin is paired with bacon and a blue cheese potato gratin, a pleasurable sequence of taste sensations. Sunday brunch draws crowds for eggs Benedict and wild mushroom omelets; daily, non-brunch clientele include visitors to the nearby Cloisters, couples out for a romantic repast, and Uptowners in the know, all of whom can take comfort in eating for a good cause: net profits are donated back to the park for its upkeep and maintenance.Live Music
Jazz performances Fri., 7:30 p.m.—10:30 p.m.
This romantic little building, just steps away from the Cloisters, boasts great views and has a cozy, cottage-y feel. The bar accommodates 40 people for cocktails, while the dining room holds 50 seated guests, or up to 150 when combined with the spacious patio. No outside catering. From $155 per guest.
$25 sangria carafes, $20 beer pitchers, and $8 well drinks available Tue. through Fri. from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Scientists â€‹Pretty Sure Humans Could Eat Food Grown in Martian Soil
- Another Restaurant Bites the Dust on Clinton Street
- A Talented Pastry Chef Will Open a New Bakery in the Rockaways
- This 3-D Food Printer Actually Makes Pizza So You Don’t Have To
- Bergen Hill Relocates to Noho With a Seafood-Heavy Menu