The legendary restaurant has been completely overhauled, but retains an old school feel.
The seventh-annual food festival announced its lineup for the May 30 event.
The popular restaurant, with five outposts across the city, is coming to 447 Amsterdam Ave.
The new concept's high prices and lack of public seating have disappointed members of CB7.
The community board's business committee unanimously approved Tavern on the Green's application.
Board members worry Tavern on the Green's design treats takeaway customers as second class.
The Tavern on the Green menu includes $14 shrimp and grits and $33 lamb chops.
Tavern on the Green's new owners come from a Philly creperie and cabaret venue, officials said.
Legends Hospitality, which manages Yankee Stadium's food concessions, wants to run Tavern on the Green.
With bids for Tavern on the Green due Friday, mogul Donald Trump said he's not interested anymore.
Its dining room is shrinking, but Tavern on the Green is getting big name attention.
The Parks Dept. wants a moderately priced eatery with takeout and a bar to replace Tavern on the Green.
Community Board 7 wants Tavern on the Green to serve all diners, even ones wearing "exercise clothes."
Sakura Park will get its first food vendor, which is a hot dog and ice cream cart.
In a stark contrast to their Upper East Side counterparts, members of Community Board 7 said Monday they liked the idea of affordable, casual dining at Tavern on the Green.
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