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Blue Hill Cafe at Stone Barns

If you’d rather not wait weeks to be seated in the dining room of one of America’s most incredible restaurants – – Blue Hill at Stone Barns – – there is an option.  Located within the courtyard is a small salad bar they refer to as Blue Hill Cafe.

Little, it is – – Yet this is no typical salad bar.  A line forms at the door.  Next, grab your plate and place it into a nice wooden carrying tray.  Finally, the best part:  The food itself.

The offerings at BHC are so fresh; you’ll never want salad-by-the-pound from any other establishment.  Recent visits offered grilled panini, which are stuffed with locally made Hudson Valley cheeses and herbs grown on-site.  In addition, most of any meats accompanying your selection were respectfully pasture-raised on this very stunning property.

Salad choices are abundant. I recommend spooning a little of each onto your plate and creating your own tasting experience. Purple potatoes, herb salads, barley in a fresh light vinaigrette, roasted Jerusalem artichokes, grilled asparagus and fennel, just to name a few. The menus change often based upon what is seasonal and fresh.

If you do not mind carrying a tray, paying about $12 per pound and sitting at open tables in a courtyard, treat yourself to Blue Hill Cafe.  In addition, the cafe sells jams and other pickled treats to take home and enjoy.

Blue Hill Cafe at Stone Barns

(located at Rockefeller State Preserve)

630 Bedford Road


Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, 10:30 – 5:00

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