Welcome to the Leo Café at Asia Society Museum, located at 725 Park Avenue in New York City.
Check out our menu here.
The Leo Café features dishes representing the diversity of Asian cuisine, drawing from Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and more. The menu includes small plates, salads, noodle bowls and rice bowls, sandwiches, and sweets. Beverage service includes tea, coffee, and Sanzo Asian-inspired sparkling water.
With a mix of counter and table service, you can relax and enjoy a midday meal among trees and flowering vines in the Asia Society’s airy and sky-lit Garden Court, or take your meal to go.
The Leo Café is operated by Great Performances, crafting globally inspired menus using seasonal ingredients, including organic produce from Katchkie Farm in upstate New York.
Visit us on Instagram @LeoCafeNY.
Tuesday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The Leo Café does not accept reservations.
Who is Leo?
Leo is short for leogryph, which is the symbol of Asia Society. Leogrypyhs are mythical creatures, combining the physical features of a lion and the mythical creature known as a griffin. A pair of Nepalese leogryphs residing onsite at Asia Society were the inspiration for the design of our logo. Throughout Asia, pairs of leogryphs often stand guard outside Buddhist temples, believed to protect the temple and those seeking enlightenment from evil forces. Read more and see the evolving imagery of the leogryph in Asia Society's logo here.
The Leo Café is located in the Asia Society's Garden Court, a beautiful setting for almost any type of event, from elegant receptions and dinners to artistic salons and corporate soirées. Host your next event at one of New York City's premier event venues.