The original Blue Hill restaurant, opened in 2000, is located in Greenwich Village, New York City. Hidden three steps below street level, the restaurant occupies a landmark "speakeasy" just off of Washington Square Park.
Blue Hill's menu showcases local food and a wine list with producers who respect artisanal techniques. Ingredients come from nearby farms, including Blue Hill Farm in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, a forty-five minute drive from New York City. Guests can choose from the four-course "Tasting Menu" or opt for the "Farmer's Feast," a six-course tasting inspired by the week's harvest.
Blue Hill accepts reservations for up to 6 guests up to 1 month in advance. For reservations of more than 6 guests, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or at
914 366 9606 x226 to inquire about Blue Hill's private garden room.
55 Guests in our Main Dining Room
16 Guests in our Garden Room
Cellular telephones and flash photography are not permitted in our main dining rooms.
75 Washington Place New York, New York 10011
T 212 539 1776 (reservations) F 212 539 0959
Blue Hill is located at 75 Washington Place within Manhattan's historic Greenwich Village, between Washington Square Park and 6th Avenue, and between Waverly Place and West 4th Street.
Blue Hill is easily accessible via public transportation. The West 4th Street Subway station is 2 blocks south of the restaurant.