September 22, 2019 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

Cafe Green Tree anounces closing

Cafe Green Tree has closed after 27 months in business.

The cafe opened in Wildcat Landing in September of 2015, and initially served customers through smoothies and juices. The menu expanded over time, adding energy bowls and sandwich offerings.

Owner Ted Maciejewski announced on Tuesday morning that Green Tree will close for the holidays and will not reopen.

”We thank you for being such dedicated customers. We will miss all of you. Thank you,” Cafe Green Tree social media said this morning.

The post online also said, “the business is for sale, if sold quickly.”

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