Update to this post, in 2020 Staghorn Garden Cafe much loved in the neighborhood, closed for good. You can order Schenley Park Map direct from me.
Kate Morris of Staghorn Garden Café and I have at times been neighbors at Carrie Nardini’s I Made it Market events where artists and makers of all sorts come together for one or two days to sell directly to the public.
Kate has told me more than once she would like to carry my Schenley Park Pictorial Map in her Staghorn Garden Café in Greenfield which she and her husband Mark own and operate. Today I brought her a framed map and several of the maps in both sizes in tubes. So if you want to pick up a map you can go there and buy one. Usually you have to order it from me directly which is fine, or call me to meet somewhere to get it, or come to some event where I am selling it as I do not own a store.
In late 2014 Kate and Mark who both have graduate degrees in architecture opened Staghorn Garden Café in Greenfield. Bill Driscoll of City Paper wrote a piece about it and here is another article by Joanne Klimovich Harrop for the Trib.
Look for the fat red dot just below Schenley Park in the satellite photo on left to see where they are at 517 Greenfield Ave in Greenfield, a Pittsburgh neighborhood. My Pictorial Map below is drawn from a different orientation with west at bottom of map.
Staghorn Garden Cafe offers food and coffee and tea as well as locally made gifts including her own terrariums. Coffee is Zeke’s Coffee from East Liberty.
Kate and Mark reach out to lots of folks to be part of their business. In a crowded field of food trucks which opened in 2015, Driftwood Oven stood out. (NEXT Pittsburgh listed them as 15 notable food businesses opening in 2015- both restaurants and food trucks)
Every Friday 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Driftwood Oven parks their truck next to Staghorn Garden Café and you can order an outstanding meal and eat it inside!
Greenfield is adjacent to Hazelwood to the south, Oakland and Schenley Park to the north, and Squirrel Hill to the east. Staghorn Home & Garden Café a stone’s throw from where Andy Warhol with his family attended church and less than a mile from it to walk or drive. Here is a picture of that church: