Blue Hill

Row 1

Details
75 Washington Pl (at 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 539-1776
American
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Sure, you can travel all the way upstate to Stone Barns to experience chef Dan Barber’s exquisite brand of farm-to-table cooking, but at its sister restaurant, located on a quaint and charming block just off Washington Square Park, the farm comes to you. There are few other restaurants in the city that sing the praises of super-fresh, super-seasonal produce and pasture-raised meats quite as reverently and stunningly as Blue Hill does (and for as long as it has, since 2000), and a glance around the room at those who come to worship at Barber’s altar in various states of quiet contemplation should tell you all you need to know. Take a bite of the goose egg pasta with sea urchin, ginger, and black trumpet mushrooms; the Berkshire pig with sweet potato, miso, peanuts, and yellowfoot chanterelle mushrooms; or the braised hake with apple, fennel, soy beans, pine nuts, and clams, and you’ll find yourself at a loss for words as well. 

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Foursquare Tips

  • This place is great. You love it, I love it, everyone loves it. But have you been to the real Blue Hill at Stone Barns? Make a reservation for you and your special someone today.
  • Dan Barber's fresh, eco-friendly food is driven by the harvest at his farm upstate. The room located just below street-level on quaint Village block has the same casual grace as the eats.
  • With chef Dan Barber, this place has award-winning dishes that are seasonal and local. The simplicity of his menu makes it famous. Almost as famous as his recent guests, the Obamas.
  • How can you not support an elegant restaurant that serves food from its own farm in upstate New York? It just doesnt get any fresher than that. I love that you can get a simple egg dish on the dinner
  • Very kind to the stomach, but not to the wallet! Do splurge on This Mornings Farm Egg and the Blue Hill Farm Pig.
  • One Michelin star.
  • Its all local here, from veggie sliders and house-made charcuterie to roasted Brussels sprouts and braised hake. Green Guide Editor
  • The menu changes daily, but if by chance you spot the parsnips, cut and cooked to look and taste like risottowellget them while you can.
  • An elegant hole in the wall serving up fresh meals. Only downside is it can lighten your wallet a bit. If you indulge, go for This Morning's Farm Egg.
  • Transcendant! even without the POTUS imprimatur.
  • One of the 10 best vegetarian restaurants in New York according to Village Voice
  • Everything is amazing. Warm feeling, incredible food, great service.
  • We made a meal of six Farm Snacks. One was the Vegetables on a Fence of assorted raw baby veggies tossed with lemon vinaigrette.
  • The pork belly farm snack is amazing.
  • Great food and even better service. Get the Farm Egg appetizer.
  • The back room is super cute. perfect date spot. :)
  • Try sitting at the bar and not ordering off the menu - let the team decide your menu for you.
  • Supplied by their farm a few hours north of Manhattan, Blue Hill in the West Village serves fresh, seasonal veggies at the peak of their deliciousness. Splurge on the vegetarian Farmer's Feast.
  • one of the best places to go on a romantic date! Locally sourced menu, loved the asparagus "just picked".
  • Greatest service in NYC. Enough said....