Olmsted

Since it’s named after Frederick Law Olmsted, the renowned landscape architect who co-designed Brooklyn’s Prospect Park and Central Park, you can expect to find a lush green paradise at Olmsted, both outdoors and on your plate. Seasonal, fresh, and green are some of the keywords to describe this neighborhood restaurant located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. There’s a living wall AND a back garden; in the latter you can see the veggies that will be prepared into savory dishes.

Olmsted

  • 659 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238, United States

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