Blue Hill at Stone Barns (Pocantico Hills, NY)

All ingredients used in this go-green restaurant are sourced from the area's surrounding fields, farms and markets.


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Sourcing from the surrounding fields and pastures as well as other local farms and markets, Blue Hill at Stone Barns highlights the abundant resources of the Hudson Valley. There are no menus. Instead, guests are presented with a list of more than 100 ingredients, updated daily.

Destination Bottles:

Frank Cornelissen NV Magma Rosso 6 (Etna)
Schäfer-Fröhlich 2002 Bockenauer Felseneck Riesling Spätlese (Nahe)
Domaine A. Clape 1989 Cornas

The emphasis of the wine list is on producers who practice sound ecology.

For more information about Pocantico Hills, NY, restaurant, click here.

For another New York State restaurant, visit Crabtree's Kittle House.

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