COVID-19 Update

Our Sidewalk Garden Café & Retail Store is Open

Curbside Pickup is Always Available

To order and have your food Packed & Ready To Go:

  1. View our Menus
  2. Order and pay online or call us at (914) 238-8833
  3. Call when you arrive and your bags will be brought out to the curb

Online orders must be placed before 1 pm the prior day.

Our current hours are Monday - Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Weddings & Events

As New York's premiere boutique caterer, Susan Lawrence is unique in its approach to event planning and party design.

With three decades of experience, we truly understand how to throw a party.

Our stunning food and design presentations, impeccable attention to detail and sophisticated culinary style provide a truly personalized and quality experience. Let us take care of it all so you can be a guest at your own event.

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Thursday Daily Menu
Please place your online orders by Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 PM
For pick up on
Thursday, October 22
Dinner Solved: Complete Family Dinner for Thursday, October 22nd
Please place your online orders by Wednesday, October 21
at 1:00 PM


Please place your online orders by Friday, October 30
at 1:00 PM
Please see our Saturday daily menu for additional options.
The Thanksgiving Feast 2020
Please place your online orders by Saturday, November 21
at 4:00 PM
"Come home to Thanksgiving!  Dear Children, come home!

From the Northland and the South, from the West and the East.

Where'er ye are resting, where'er ye roam

Come back to this sacred and annual feast."  Horace Greeley 1846

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Join the fun and share your pumpkin carving artistry. A great Halloween project for families and individuals of all ages. The winner will receive a gift card from Susan Lawrence and have their pumpkin featured throughout social media. Judging will be done by our panel of culinary and design experts. It's all about community and having fun! 

How to enter:
Send a jpeg picture of your pumpkin to before 1:00 pm, October 31. Just write Pumpkin in the subject line of your email and include your name, participating members of family etc. The winner will be contacted by return email and the chosen pumpkin will be posted on Halloween. 

Happy pumpkin carving!

Mark's Journal

I first began "pandemic" entertaining at home in the late spring, when our gardens were just too beautiful not to share with friends and family. So I started small and kept it very simple. Just one other couple for an afternoon garden tour and some simple refreshments. After months of social isolation it was such a joy to spend time with friends. It quickly began to feel almost "normal." But there were strict rules to be followed. Guests were required to arrive wearing a mask, no hugs and no one was allowed inside the house. At the garden gate entrance was always a "welcome table" with sanitizer and wipes.

I followed a strict protocol that insured my guest's safety as well as my own. Everything was carefully choreographed. Comfortable and safely distanced seating was arranged in the garden and once people were settled in their places, the masks could come off. At first I only served dessert and coffee -  a Meyer Lemon Tart or a fresh Blueberry Galette. Then, as I became more confident that social distancing could be maintained, the menus got more ambitious, evolving into a wonderful succession small plates served Tapas style. Fried Deviled Eggs and Andalusian Style Gazpacho Soup Sips were served between tours of the garden. Then on to  Crispy Coconut Shrimp & Fresh Pineapple Soft Tacos and Crabmeat Stuffed Shishito Peppers - all served on plates garnished with herbs and flowers from the garden. 

On a chilly afternoon we gathered around a blazing antique fire cauldron sipping hot cups of Truffle & Saffron Butternut Squash Soup. A Schwartzwalder Kirsch Torte (Black Forest Cake) for a visiting German friend, Crispy Duck Taquitos with Mole Sauce, Miniature Hot Dogs on Brioche Buns with Fried Green Tomatoes, Pimento Cheese & Caramelized Bourbon Onions.  All wonderful opportunities for connecting with people and sharing really fun food.  Proof that in these challenging times we can ALL still celebrate life together. It just takes a little extra care...

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