The Post’s Steve Cuozzo, in tip-top Cuozzo form Wednesday morning, excoriates the Bloomberg administration for allowing Tavern on the Green to languish in a state of empty decay.
In a column entitled, “Cavern on the green: Shame of famous eatery’s dark decay,” Mr. Cuozzo writes:
Nearly four months since Tavern on the Green went Read More
New York City has prevailed in its battle with the LeRoy family over ownership of the trademarked name of “Tavern on the Green,” according to a report just issued by Bloomberg News:
“Because the undisputed facts show that the city established and continuously maintained a restaurant under the name ‘Tavern on the Green’ at the Read More
Tavern on the Green will be throwing a big New Year’s party, reports The Wall Street Journal:
[CEO Jennifer] LeRoy is teaming up with party promoters to close the doors in style. The restaurant on Tuesday announced its plans to “fulfill any New Year’s fantasy” with a bash that includes an Read More
“It’s just such an assault on all your senses,” my discerning wife, Heather, said over brunch on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 15.
We were seated at a small table near the center of the famous Crystal Room at Tavern on the Green, the largest and most scenic of all six separate dining areas within Read More
MOM’S 2,800-SQUARE-FOOT PAD IS UPSTAIRS FROM JENNIFER LEROY’S One night in 1966, at Maxwell’s Plum, his first restaurant, Warner LeRoy spotted a woman at a table by the window and introduced himself as the man she would marry. That woman did marry him, in 1970, and for most of the next three decades, Kay Read More