Venue Info

Named for Frederick Law Olmsted, this Vanderbilt Ave restaurant -- located just two blocks from the Olmsted-designed Prospect Park -- is reminiscent of a garden of its own, with an airy dining room full of white brick, spreads of greenery, and repurposed wood. Both the food and cocktail menus are seasonal, ingredient-driven, and inventive, and most of the restaurant's produce is grown in wood-framed boxes in its stone-laid, spacious back patio.

New York

Olmsted

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Named for Frederick Law Olmsted, this Vanderbilt Ave restaurant -- located just two blocks from the Olmsted-designed Prospect Park -- is reminiscent of a garden of its own, with an airy dining room full of white brick, spreads of greenery, and repurposed wood. Both the food and cocktail menus are seasonal, ingredient-driven, and inventive, and most of the restaurant's produce is grown in wood-framed boxes in its stone-laid, spacious back patio.