BLUE HILL AT STONE BARNS

“Clean plates don’t lie.” – Chef Dan Barber

Blue Hill at Stone Barns | Pocantico Hills, New York

Blue Hill at Stone Barns, the famed restaurant by Dan Barber (and number one restaurant in America) features a menu centered around its farm and agricultural center. I had the opportunity to experience a curated meal that was sublime, exquisite, and heightened the senses. The flavors complimented each other and curated wine paired with each meal, perfection! A simple and elegant interior welcomes you as you walk past the stone barn. Take a tour of the farm, meet the farmers and those whose commitment to sustainable agriculture is shifting the dynamics of the food industry. If you have the opportunity (or the extra, extra cash to splurge), this is a meal to live for – make reservations and choose the right outfit for the evening!

L-R:
Citrus tree, fresh baked bread, cow butter

L-R:
Sesame crackers with apricot, prosciutto wrapped egg, garden vegetable
Potato with black sesame, shaved cabbage tart, beet on sesame bun

L-R:
Chanterelle mushrooms with balsamic reduction served with almond crusted farm egg paired with Domaine Vincent Latour Bourgogne Blanc, Burgundy, France 2013
Cured lamb belly with grains and seed risotto paired with Mocali Brunello of Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy 2011

L-R: Chocolate truffles, house made marshmallow, honey roasted pumpkin seed w/sea salt
Celebration cake w/pear and hazelnut

Blue Hill at Stone Barns Agricultural Center

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Copyright 2020 ERICA HILARIO
Copyright 2020 EIGHTHREE MEDIA

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