New Leaf Restaurant: Manhattan’s Romantic Get-a-way

Tucked away in Upper Manhattan’s breathtaking Fort Tryon Park and located just a short walk from The Cloisters museum & gardens, the New Leaf Restaurant & Bar is the perfect spot for enjoying a candlelit dinner for two this Valentine’s Day. Voted Upper Manhattan’s most romantic restaurant by the Manhattan Times, dining in the New Leaf’s historic, 1930s stone building is like visiting upstate New York without ever having to leave the City.

At the New Leaf, patrons can enjoy a modern American menu ”“ created by renowned Executive Chef Scott Campbell ”“ while cozying up next to a crackling fire in the restaurant’s cottage-like dining room.

Choose from a wide array of fresh, seasonal dishes ”“ including pan-seared salmon cooked in a rich, red wine sauce or braised beef short rib served with locally grown baby turnips and carrots ”“ and enjoy a memorable Manhattan-style dining experience at half the cost. Additional highlights include a special musical performance by the Josh Davis Trio.

Proceeds from the New Leaf support Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project (NYRP) and the cleaning and greening of New York City’s parks and community gardens.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 212.568.5323 or visit Please note: Reservations recommended.

One Margaret Corbin Drive | Fort Tryon Park | Free Parking

For directions or to make reservations, call 212.568.5323 or visit us online at

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