Threefold Café

Hours

Threefold Café is open 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Holiday Season schedule: The Café will be closed for Thanksgiving November 23-27. We will be open from 8:00am to 4:00pm on weekdays from November 28 to December 22. On December 23 we will close at 2:00pm and be closed for the holidays through Sunday, January 1. We will reopen with our regular hours on Monday, January 2.

We are also open on select weekends, depending on activities on campus. Check our Facebook page for news about special opening hours.

About Us

Threefold Café manager Jesse Webster is a New Zealander and Green Meadow parent whose career in restaurants has ranged from New Zealand to Washington State to New York City. Prior to moving to Chestnut Ridge last year ago with his family, he was Director of Operations and Beverage at the Avroko Hospitality Group in NYC. His plans include establishing a Café menu and school lunch program that will utilize fresh, local ingredients from organic and biodynamic farms wherever possible; he especially looks forward to working closely with the Pfeiffer Center and the Fellowship Community's Duryea Farm.

After graduating from Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island, chef Jennifer Litwin worked at Oceana Restaurant in St. Thomas, USVI, where her work with local farmers shaped her menu development. She continued pursuing her passion for local ingredients at Peninsula Grill and Sea Island Savory Herb Farm in Charleston, SC, and then leaped at the opportunity to be a Sous Chef on the opening team of Quality Meats in Miami Beach.

At Threefold Café, Jennifer looks forward to serving delicious meals to the community and our visitors, continuing to study the relationship of food, health, and nutrition, and working with the fresh ingredients grown by the Pfeiffer Center right here on Hungry Hollow Rd.


Green Meadow School Lunch Program

Threefold Café provides hot lunch for grades 1 through 8 of Green Meadow Waldorf School.

Parents, please click here to download the current lunch order form.

A Note on Ingredients and Food Allergies

At a time when food allergies, dietary preferences and substance intolerances are a reality for many families, we will endeavor to provide a healthy, reasonably priced and nutritious lunch for your children. We will be using the best ingredients possible, often using biodynamic, organic produce as “local” as we can find! The food will be prepared utilizing whole grains, wherever practical and sustainably and naturally farmed meats, fruit and vegetables. (We will not use hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, inorganic chemically treated or dyed foods.)

In creating our menu we have made the majority of our selections vegetarian and we will always offer a vegetarian option when a meat ingredient is a part of a lunch. In addition the meals are often inherently gluten free or can be made so though substitutions.

In order to meet our mission however and in light of any necessary food modifications that may be relevant to your child, we would like you to take note of the following allergen/ingredient statement:

Threefold Café, Threefold Educational Center, and Green Meadow Waldorf School cannot guarantee the prevention of cross contamination of food ingredients. We are not a Kosher/Halal/Vegan café and the kitchen is not nut-, peanut-, seed-, gluten-, dairy-, sugar-, or soy-free.


Location and Parking

Threefold Café is located in Threefold Main House, 285 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY. Telephone: 845-352-3130. Ample parking can be found behind Holder House; turn off Hungry Hollow Road at the sign for Orchard Lane/Holder House.


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Threefold Café Mission

To provide excellent healthy food and beverages made fresh and from scratch, using local organic and biodynamic ingredients, whenever possible, in an environment that is dynamic, rich in generosity of spirit and comfortable for our guests. We see ourselves as both a provider of a service to the community and a part of the community and will seek to continually reinvest in our shared wellbeing through outreach, cooperative programming and inclusion.