Former fine-dining restaurant reopens as food court, visitor's center
Tavern on the Green, once one of New York's highest-grossing restaurants, has reopened in Central Park as a visitor’s center and food court featuring fare from four food trucks parked on its outdoor terrace. Officials from the Department of Parks & Recreation, including commissioner Adrian Benepe, were on hand to cut the ribbon on Friday. The building that once housed the restaurant is now home to a $2.5 million visitor’s center that features a gift shop and public restrooms. ...
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