The Trie Café at The Cloisters Museum and Gardens ($)


Hours (April 1–October 21, 2015, weather permitting)
Open Daily: 10:00 a.m.–4:15 p.m.

Lower level in the Trie Cloister at The Cloisters museum and gardens in Fort Tryon Park, northern Manhattan. See Visit The Cloisters for more information, including directions.

Self-service sandwiches, snacks, dessert, cold beverages, and coffee served outdoors under the covered arcades and walkway of the French medieval Trie Cloister. Children are welcome.

Current Menu


Smoked Turkey Breast
Cheddar Cheese, Granny Smith Apples,
Grainy Mustard on Seven-Grain Bread


American Hero
Genoa Salami, Ham, Hot Capicola, Provolone Cheese, Lettuce,
Tomato, and Red Wine Vinaigrette on a Sesame Seed Hero


Aged New York White Cheddar
Sun-Dried Tomato Spread and Baby Arugula on a French Baguette



Chef's Salad
Black Forest Ham, Roasted Turkey, Cheddar Cheese,
Hard-Boiled Egg, Green Goddess Dressing


Three Sisters Salad
Grilled Corn, Fava Beans, Baby Zucchini, Walnuts, Sumac,
Sunflower Seed Vinaigrette


Desserts and Snacks

Premium Chips
Pound Cake
Fresh Whole Fruit
Simply Nuts


Cold Beverages

Assorted Twenty-Ounce Beverages
Bottled Water
Saratoga Sparkling Water


Hot Beverages

Coffee or Tea
Hot Chocolate


Beer and Wine

Domaine de Grand Moulin, Sauvignon Blanc, Touraine, Loire, France
Mas de Daumas Gassac, "Guilhem" Rosé, IGP Pays de l'Herault, France
Pilsner Urquell, Czech Republic
Klosterbrauerei Andechs, Andeschser Weissbier Dunkel


All prices are tax inclusive. Please note that menu items are subject to change.

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