Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Poncantico Hills
New American

One of the hardest reservations to land in New York isn’t even in the city: Dan Barber’s vaunted farm-to-table restaurant, located about 45 minutes north of Manhattan, lives up to its bucolic promise, set in a sprawling refurbished barn on a working farm (a market is held on weekend afternoons). Barber likes to say that a dish begins long before it’s made in the kitchen and his menu is a study in excellent, beautifully grown ingredients. Time your visit to catch sunset before dinner as the sun slips over the fields.

Blue Hill at Stone Barns
630 Bedford Rd.Poncantico Hills, New York United States
914-366-9600

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