Blue Hill at Stone Barns

The EXPERIENCE…this three-and-a-half hour, five-course dinner was exactly that. The restaurant is located on a farm where they use greenhouses and pastures to grow herbs, vegetables and fruits and also raise cows. There are no menus! Chef Dan Barber customizes your table’s dishes with ingredients grown that day for an exciting farm-to-table meal. During the first hour, your five or so servers (you start to lose count), present you with creative “veggie nibbles” explaining what each “master piece” is. The presentation is so outstanding and unique that you’ll need and thank them for explaining each dish. THEN your choice of a five, eight or twelve-course feast begins. You’ll find yourself laughing (and a bit delirious) once you’ve tasted the juicy tomatoes and fruits causing your taste buds to wonder, “where has this been all my life?” Dining at Blue Hill is impressive, memorable and once-in-a-lifetime. Don’t think twice about it…SPLURGE!

***Tips: Make a reservation TWO months in advance for the dining room, and for a more casual experience, try lunch in the Cafe. Farm tours are available daily, and you can explore the grounds/greenhouses on your own if you make it before sunset.

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