lovely Easter brunch at Tavern On The Green
This Easter, I had a delightful brunch at Tavern On The Green, an iconic NYC restaurant in Central Park. Like many other NYC hotspots, Tavern On The Green is full of rich history. According to the restaurant's website, the city staple was built in the 1800's and was originally a sheepfold. In 1934, Robert Moses turned the building into the restaurant that tourists and locals alike adore, Tavern On The Green.
When I entered the restaurant, I was greeted by a live jazz band. The music was a great way to set the mood and a nice throwback to the popular music when Tavern On The Green first opened. Because it was Easter, the menu was a bit different than usual, but still had some of the regular items. For my appetizer, I ordered a greek yogurt fruit parfait. This was very delicious and healthy and was served with fruit and granola. Next, I ordered the bacon bit mac 'n cheese for my entree. This was definitely the highlight of the meal, and I really enjoyed this dish. Lastly, I split the kid's brownie sundae with my brother, which was the perfect balance of fun and yum.
Tavern On The Green is unlike any restaurant in NYC because it is in Central Park. After your meal, you can take a nice stroll around the park and soak up the scenery. It also is super historic and is a "must-do" for anyone visiting New York City. The restaurant is also really pretty, the outside is decorated with string lights that make the restaurant extra special. Overall, Tavern On The Green is a wonderful restaurant that anyone visting New York City should go to!