The 7 leaves cafe and the land of the bees are coming to a close on Saturday, April 25th, as part of the “Longhorn” Festival.
The festival celebrates the birth of the world’s largest honeybee colony.
The 7 leaf cafe is located on the southern tip of Long Island, New York, and is home to an impressive collection of bees.
The cafe has been around for more than 100 years, and it has been used by New Yorkers and tourists alike for more recently.
The 6,000-square-foot cafe features a rotating collection of over 100,000 honeybees, and you can see the bees here on one of the many tours.
You can also visit the bee exhibit in the cafe and learn more about the beekeeping process.
The farm, which is owned by the local residents of Long Beach, is known for its unique combination of the traditional and the modern.
The owners, who were raised on the land and know its history, are proud to have created such a unique and unique place to work, play, and eat.
For more information about the 7 Leaves cafe, you can visit the website, or call the cafe at (518) 558-5222 or email [email protected]