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In spring of 2004, Blue Hill at Stone Barns opened within the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York. The Barbers helped create the philosophical and practical framework for Stone Barns Center, a working four-season farm and educational center just 30 miles north of New York City, and continue to help guide it in its mission to create a consciousness about the effect of everyday food choices.

Sourcing from the surrounding fields and pasture, as well as other local farms, Blue Hill at Stone Barns highlights the abundance of the Hudson Valley. There are no menus at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Instead, guests are offered a multi-taste feast featuring the best offerings from the field and market.

Blue Hill Stone Barns

Private Dining

Our private dining room overlooks the herb garden and can accommodate parties of up to 14 guests. To make a reservation up to 60 days in advance, please contact reservations@bluehillfarm.com.

Additional private and corporate event options are available for parties of up to 260 guests. Please contact events@bluehillfarm.com or call 914-366-9606 x226 for more information.

Wine List

Guests are welcome to bring special bottles of wine that are not represented on our extensive wine list. The policy is limited to one 750ml bottle per two guests for a fee of $90 per bottle.

Photography

No photo

For the comfort of all our guests, flash and professional photography are not permitted in the dining room.

Menu

Menu is $258 per guest exclusive of beverage and tax. 

Unconventional pairings are $168.

A note on tipping: we recently did away with the practice of tipping ensuring that our entire team is compensated more equitably. Instead, a 20% administrative fee will be added to your bill. This fee is not a gratuity nor is it distributed to the service staff.

Allergies and dietary restrictions can be accommodated if you inform us in advance when making the reservation.

HOURS, HOLIDAYS AND CLOSURES

The restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 10 pm, and on Sundays 1 pm to 7:30 pm.

The restaurant will be closed on:
December 20-24.

Children

The length of the menu makes it difficult for young children to enjoy the dining experience. The restaurant does not offer a children's menu. We recommend Blue Hill Cafe if you are visiting the Stone Barns Center with children.

Reservations

Reservations can be made through our website starting at midnight, 60 days prior to the calendar date, for parties of up to 8 guests.

Reservations for Valentine's Day will be taken exclusively by phone.

We require a credit card to secure the reservation. Your card will not be charged; however, a non-refundable fee of $258 per guest will be applied for no-shows or if your reservation is cancelled within 48 hours of the reservation date.

If the day or time you are interested in is not available, we encourage you to enter your preferences on the waiting list.

Dress

Dress: elegant casual

Blue Hill at Stone Barns is an elegant restaurant. Jackets and ties are preferred for gentlemen. Shorts are not permitted in the restaurant, at the bar or on the restaurant's terrace.

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Blue Hill address

630 Bedford Rd.      Pocantico Hills, New York      10591
T 914 366 9600  (RESERVATIONS)   F 914 366 7920

directions

  • January

    Greenhouse

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting baby oak lettuce heads, mokum carrots, claytonia, celtuce, scarlet frills mustard greens, hakurei turnips, swiss chard, pea sprouts, leek sprouts, chrysanthemum sprouts
    FIELD
    harvesting parsnips, winter kale, ice spinach
    PASTURE
    harvesting berkshire pigs, eggs from the hens
    FOREST
    curing firewood
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black}
    CELLAR
    forcing belgium endive, cardoons; curing speck; storing celeriac, cylindrical beets, carrots, cauliflower, cabbages, sweet potatoes, arcuri garlic, winter squash, panther soybeans, eight row flint corn, shelling beans, honey
  • February

    Winter Tunnels

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting extra dwarf pak choi, tsa tsai, hakurei turnips, french breakfast radishes, mokum carrots, butter chard, lettuce heads {butter,mini oak}, mâche
    FIELD
    harvesting javelin parsnips, ice spinach
    PASTURE
    harvesting berkshire pigs, eggs from the hens
    FOREST
    tapping maple trees curing firewood
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black}
    CELLAR
    crystallizing beet sugar forcing belgium endive, cardoons; curing coppa, lardo, guanciale; storing honey
  • March

    Charcoal

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting roxanne radishes, extra dwarf pak choi, tsa tsai, hakurei turnips, mokum carrots, rainbow chard, lettuce heads {butter, mini oak}, mâche, arugula, purple kohlrabi
    FIELD
    harvesting javelin parsnips, ice spinach seeding & transplanting oregon giant snow peas, javelin parsnips
    FOREST
    tapping maple trees curing firewood
    PASTURE
    harvesting pullet eggs, berkshire pigs, culling hens, immature eggs; birthing finn dorset lambs
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy} birthing calves
    CELLAR
    reducing maple sap; curing immature eggs; storing belgium endive, cardoons, honey
  • April

    Wild Things

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FOREST
    foraging stinging nettles, sassafras buds, knotweed, larch tips, shitake mushrooms, ramps, fiddlehead ferns harvesting oyster mushrooms, horseradish
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting mâche, spring tower celtuce, watercress, mokum carrots, ficoides glaciale
    FIELD
    harvesting asparagus, rhubarb, hops shoots, everbearing strawberries; seeding & transplanting lettuce heads, swiss chard, dandelion greens, beets {pablo, red ace}, spring spinach, tropea onions, mokum carrots, french fingerling potatoes, tadorna leeks
    PASTURE
    harvesting culling hens, immature eggs; birthing finn dorset lambs, standard dewlap toulouse goslings; seeding new grasses
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black}; milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}; birthing calves
    CELLAR
    pickling ramps, fiddlehead ferns; curing immature eggs; infusing sassafras buds
  • May

    Pastured Dairy

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting green garlic, asparagus, rhubarb, lettuce heads {butter, oak}, baby beets, butter chard; seeding & transplanting china black rice, eight row flint corn, tomatoes, peppers, murasaki sweet potatoes, orazio fennel, beets, summer squash, panther soybeans, romance carrots, fennel, swiss chard, leeks, eggplants
    PASTURE
    harvesting poussins, eggs from the hens, immature eggs
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting pea shoots, d’avignon radishes, mokum carrots, mustard flowers, micro lettuce greens, suiho, turnips
    FOREST
    foraging stinging nettles, daylilies, dandelion greens; harvesting berkshire pigs
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy} planting tomatoes
    CELLAR
    churning blue hill farm butter; pickling asparagus, fiddlehead ferns; curing fennel salami
  • June

    Tisane

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting tiara cabbages, garlic scapes, snow peas, red ace beets, zucchini flowers, bianca di maggio onions, seeding & transplanting winter squash, carrots, panther soybeans, head lettuce
    PASTURE
    harvesting baby lambs, freedom ranger chickens, eggs from the hens
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting purple basil, aztec spinach, mokum carrots, golden purslane, minutina, cilantro planting ginger, turmeric, purple kohlrabi, escarole, white russian kale, salanova lettuce heads, mâche, bolero carrots, rover radishes
    FOREST
    foraging fiddlehead ferns harvesting berkshire pigs
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    pickling & preserving asparagus, rhubarb, green garlic; curing smoked lamb sausage
  • July

    hybrid vigor

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting arcuri garlic, red maria new potatoes, orazio fennel, desert zucchini, salt & pepper cucumbers, alexandria summer squash, katarina summer cabbages, celtuce, bambi lettuce seeding & transplanting winter kale, cabbages, taunus beets, carrots {bolero, miami}
    PASTURE & FOREST
    harvesting freedom ranger chickens, finn dorset lambs,pigs {crossabaw, berkshire}, broad breasted white turkeys, eggs from the hens
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting malabar spinach, tetragonia, aztec spinach, cilantro, ginger leaves, purple basil, rover radishes, cherry tomatoes {sungold, sunrise bumble bee}
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting tomatoes {moskovitch, prudens purple, cherokee green, pink beauty, black trifele}, pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    canning strawberries; curing crossabaw lardo
  • August

    Compost

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting tomatoes {striped german, mountain magic, sunkist, black krim}, coban haricots verts, potatoes {keuka gold, katahdin}, orion fennel, romaine lettuce {helvius, salvius}, purple sun carrots; seeding & transplanting fennel, beets, snow peas, kale, kohlrabi, head lettuce, carrots {naval, bolero}, bloomsdale spinach
    PASTURE & FOREST
    harvesting freedom ranger chickens, pigs {crossabaw, berkshire}, broad breasted white turkeys, eggs from the hens
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting tetragonia, spinach {malabar, aztec}, cilantro, ginger leaves, purple basil, rover radishes, shishito peppers, tomimaru muchoo tomatoes; planting carrots {mokum, bolero}, bloomsdale spinach, salanova lettuce heads
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting veal calves, tomatoes {cosmonaut, tiffin mennonite, naples, valencia, black prince, rose}, pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    juicing tomatoes; curing crossabaw guanciale; pickling peppers; infusing elderberries
  • September

    Grill

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting eggplants {ping tung, choryoku, imolese bianca}, peppers {carmen, stocky red roaster, aura}, winter squash {amber delight, honeynut}
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting cilantro, rainbow runner ginger, purple basil, rover radishes, shishito peppers, tomatoes {tomimaru muchoo, sunrise bumble bee} planting carrots {mokum, bolero}, bloomsdale spinach, salanova lettuce heads
    PASTURE & FOREST
    harvesting finn dorset lambs, freedom ranger chickens, berkshire pigs, eggs from the hens
    HIVES
    harvesting fall honey
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting heirloom apples, veal calves, pigs {tamworth, large black}, tomatoes {piriform, cherokee purple, aunt ruby german green, brandywine}; milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    brewing hops; fermenting cabbages, radishes; pickling & preserving green tomatoes; freezing fig leaves
  • October

    Seeds and Breeds

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    FIELD
    harvesting china black rice, carrots {miami, naval}, megaton leeks, montebianco fennel, celeriac, panther soybeans, turmeric, eight row flint corn; seeding & transplanting bloomsdale spinach, broccoli rabe, garlic
    PASTURE
    harvesting finn dorset lambs, freedom ranger chickens, eggs from the hens, breeding finn dorset sheep
    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting abundant bloomsdale spinach, bolero carrots, pearl drop onions, golden frills mustard greens, red russian kale, ginger, turmeric; planting french breakfast radishes, broccoli rabe, bolero carrots
    FOREST
    harvesting berkshire pigs, turkeys {bourbon red, broad breasted white}, oyster mushrooms
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting veal calves, pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    hanging piennolo tomatoes; fermenting apples; pickling & preserving green tomatoes; storing panther soybeans, arcuri garlic, sweet potatoes, winter squash, honey
  • November

    Root Cellar

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting purple kohlrabi, escarole, white russian kale, salanova lettuce heads, mâche, bolero carrots, rover radishes
    FIELD
    harvesting jerusalem artichokes, bolero carrots, lacinato rainbow kale, bloomsdale spinach, celeriac, caraflex cabbages, taunus beets, winterbor kale, romanesco fennel
    PASTURE
    harvesting finn dorset lambs, berkshire pigs, eggs from the hens
    FOREST
    harvesting turkeys {bourbon red, broad breasted white}
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting sugar beets, veal calves, pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    curing smoked bacon storing eight row flint corn, shelling beans, piennolo tomatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, garlic, honey
  • December

    Grains

    GRAZING, PECKING, ROOTING $258

    PAIRING $168

    GREENHOUSE
    harvesting extra dwarf pak choi, minutina, mustard greens, purple kohlrabi, escarole, white russian kale, salanova lettuce heads, mâche, bolero carrots, rover radishes
    FIELD
    harvesting bolero carrots, javelin parsnips, taunus beets, murdoc cabbages, celeriac, tadorna leeks, long island cheese winter squash, bloomsdale spinach, broccoli rabe
    PASTURE
    harvesting standard dewlap toulouse geese, berkshire pigs, finn dorset lambs, eggs from the hens
    FOREST
    harvesting bourbon red turkeys
    BLUE HILL FARM
    harvesting veal calves, pigs {tamworth, large black} milking dairy cows {dutch belted, normandy}
    CELLAR
    grinding eight row flint corn; crystallizing beet sugar; curing goose prosciutto; storing shelling beans, sweet potatoes, winter squash, endive, garlic, honey

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