09/29/2019 | 11:30 am - 6:00 pm
New Leaf Restaurant
The original medieval times beer Konig Ludwig
Medieval Festivities at New Leaf featuring the original medieval times beer, Konig Ludwig. First 20 people to order Konig Ludwig receive a free souvenir glass.
König Ludwig Weissbier
The specific selected yeast gives this “Weissbier” the unmistakable taste of diverse fruity beer flavors. A special brewing process with traditional bottle fermentation results in a particular bubbly, naturally cloudy “Hefeweissbier”.
Select ingredients, a special brewing process, perfected quality control and bottle fermentation guarantee the bubbly, fresh taste of this royal Bavarian “Weissbier”. HRH Luitpold, Prince of Bavaria pays personal attention to the high quality of this beer and the exclusive resources from southern Germany.
König Ludwig Weissbier was honored with the World Beer Award for the world’s best wheat beer in 2008. The jury of the international journal “Beers of the World” praised König Ludwig Weissbier as the “prototype of a Bavarian wheat beer”.
Konig Ludwig Medieval Festivities at New Leaf, Sunday, September 29th, 11:30am-6pm.
New Leaf Restaurant
1 Margaret Corbin Dr.
New York, NY 10040
New Leaf’s spectacular fieldstone cottage was built by John D. Rockefeller in the 1930s as a public cafeteria and park administration building. Designed by the famous Olmsted Brothers, the classic structure has a cobblestone exterior, granite archways and a slate roof, with massive oak trusses supporting the dining room’s 18-foot ceiling.
Over the ensuing decades, the beautiful building fell into disrepair. Bette Midler and her friends rediscovered it in 1995 in the midst of a massive cleanup of then-neglected Fort Tryon Park. That effort prompted Midler to found the New York Restoration Project (NYRP), a non-profit that works to create and restore New York’s parks and community gardens. In the ensuing years, Midler, NYRP, and a team of talented artists and architects transformed the former park concession into a celebrated fine-dining establishment.
Currently, New Leaf is open year-round serving locally-sourced, modern American fare and hosting weddings, parties, and other private events. Just steps from The Cloisters museum and gardens, surrounded by majestic trees, the 1930’s cottage and outdoor patio offer a one-of-a-kind experience for locals and tourists alike. Whether you are at New Leaf for a meal in the main dining room, an event on the garden patio, or cocktails in the tavern room, the tranquil setting is a delightful reprieve from urban living.
New Leaf is operated by COFFEED, a charity-minded, NYC-based food & beverage company with cafes, restaurants, and event spaces throughout the New York area. All COFFEED-operated locations donate a fixed portion of gross revenue to local charitable partners. At New Leaf, COFFEED donates a total of 7% of its revenue to NYRP and the Fort Tryon Park Trust.