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Blue Hill at Stone Barns
American Restaurant$$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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630 Bedford Rd Pocantico Hills, NY 10591
630 Bedford RdUSNYPocantico Hills10591
$$$$American RestaurantToday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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High-end farm-to-table restaurant serving tasting menus in a refurbished barn on gorgeous grounds.- Google
People talk about farm to table, tasting menu, dining experience, dan barber and hudson valley
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Laura Mulligan
reviewed 4 months ago
I chose Blue Hill as my special birthday dinner. The ambiance is second to none, the service overall exceptional. We did unfortunately end up with the one inattentive waiter. He gave us the wine menu and promptly forgot all about us. I had to flag him down after about 30 minutes(and 3 courses being served) to order drinks. I also asked for my coat about halfway thru the meal because my back was to the window and it was COLD. He offered to get me a pashmina, which I accepted and then he completely forgot about it. I ended up asking another waiter about 45 minutes later. The food presentation was beautiful and it was for the most part inventive and tasty. The few negatives I will say that you need to be aware of is the venison(which we love) was served almost raw, which was not appealing at all. I love my red meat medium rare, but black and blue is a little much even for me. This was only 1 of 2 meat courses so it was a disappointment, especially when you are paying so much. This place is more about the experience, it is like going to the theatre. We were prepared for it to be a long night, but at 3 1/2 hours from start to finish, it was exhausting. We had 5:30 reservations, they began serving the courses by about 5:45, but there was at times over 30/40 minutes between courses. After 2 1/2 hours I was done, just totally exhausted, the novelty really started to wear off. The total bill with tip and a few drinks was $650 for 2 people. They get extra points for calling the valet and having our car warmed up and ready for us, as it was freezing. Worth going once, not sure i'll be convinced to spend that kind of money again.
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CorreyHope Kustin
reviewed 10 months ago
This is one of the best little hidden secrets in Westchester. It's not cheap and you need a reservation. Make this a special occasion and come taste the fresh food. Most of it comes straight from the farm. The menu always changes depending on the season. My menu choice was freshly made yogurt with mint and berries sweet corn and chicken with mouth watering squash. The views are breathtaking, the fresh air makes you hungry, come a bit early and roam around the farm. This stone barn will have you coming back for more delicious treats. It's also a good venue for small parties as well as weddings.
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donna polizio
reviewed a year ago
al fresco year round. great(affordable) taste of farm to table for lunch or snack
Nancy Ludgus
reviewed a year ago
We finally made it to Blue Hill on this last trip back east. It truly lives up to the hype. We were treated very graciously, despite our late arrival due to a terrible rainstorm. It's the epitome of farm to table dining; with gorgeous flavors and presentations We were treated to two courses in the kitchen, so we got to see the full operation. It's very expensive but it's worth every penny. It will be on our itinerary for future area visits.
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The Corcoran Group
reviewed a year ago
Farm fresh menu changes daily and is served in a lovely and intimate atmosphere. Definitely get the Heirloom Tomato Salad (when in season).
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Paul Gumbinner
reviewed 2 years ago
I felt like I was eating in Province, France. Food is delicious, inventive and, often, quite unusual with combinations of ingredients that you have never had before (ostrich egg pasta - fabulous). The 12 course tasting is too much; the 8 course tasting is a push, but the five course tasting is too little. The wine parings are fabulous. With a wine paring, it becomes really expensive but worth it for a special occasion.