Blue Hill at
Stone Barns

630 Bedford Rd.
Pocantico Hills NY 10591
(914) 366-9600
Categories Food

High-profile organo-loca-sustainavore Dan Barber has found the perfect home at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a beautiful restaurant in a bucolic but hardworking setting on a year-round farm and educational center. Most of what you eat here will be grown, raised, and/or processed on the property, and Barber’s modern American food is full of color and flavor. There’s a reason why he’s one of the most relevant chefs in the country right now, and after seeing how he treats his ingredients you’ll understand exactly why.

Click here to watch The Daily Meal’s video interview with chef Dan Barber.  — Arthur Bovino


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Alex Rainert
Cute little farmer's market on weekends. Grab some snacks and eat them in the courtyard and then head out and check out all the awesome animals. Great weekend adventure for families.
Carlo Barbara
Do the full tasting. Best meal I ever had.
Try a prix fixe.
David Haber
A slice of heaven. Make sure you stay and explore the property!
Erin Gleason
One of my favorite places of all time. Food, atmosphere, & service = perfect. Do the 8-course tasting. Pro tip: you can have them call you when they'll be serving your favorite seasonal ingredients.
Jimmy Zhu
Enjoy one of the most gorgeous spaces and exquisite meals
Spend the day strolling the hills of this working farm before settling in for one of chef Dan Barber's world-renowned dinners. Book months in advance.
jake furst
book your dinner for 90 minutes after sundown and come 2 hours early to tour the farm and enjoy a cocktail by the fire. then, get ready for one of the best, freshest meals of your life. you win!
The Daily Meal
Most of what you eat here will be grown, raised, and/or processed on the property, and Barber's modern American food is full of color and flavor.
rebecca lando
You're traveling up there, go for the 8 course. Same amount of food as the 5 course, but more variation and totally worth it.
There's no menu at this farm, education center and restaurant. Instead, patrons are served a "Farmer's Feast" created with whatever ingredients are in season.
Kevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef
Arrive early and work up an appetite for the stunning tasting menu by wandering the grounds of the former Rockefeller dairy estate. In the fields, you'll see much of the makings of the night's meal.
Alex Hung
Total amount of food between 5 and 8 courses are the same. I thoroughly enjoyed the 8 courses. Though our 9pm start meant we didn't leave until well after midnight!
Jon Carnero
Excellent food and impecable service. Stick with the 5 course option with wine parings, 8 was over the top.
jon accarrino
visit their restaurant in the West Village
Simone Careaga
thoroughly enjoyed the farmer's feast
Suejin Yang
get the tasting menu on Sundays (amazing) and make time to check out the grounds.
Kristin Miller
Summer Farmer's Feast is a do not miss
 janelle gunther
try the 5-course tasting menu, it should be plenty of food. at 8-courses, the farmer's feast is just too much food with all the amuse-bouches in between, & clocks in at 3 hours!
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