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Blue Hill Stone Barns Menu (OLD)

Blue Hill

Blue Hill

Corporate Events Summary

Corporate Events Summary

 Blue Hill can help you make the most of your next corporate meeting, function or outing. Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns both have private dining areas that can be used for lunches, dinners, receptions and anniversaries. For more information about hosting your corporate events and meetings at Blue Hill, please contact Danielle Harrity, Director of Events, at 914 366 9606 x226 or events@bluehillfarm.com.

Directions to Blue Hill New York

Directions to Blue Hill New York

 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.

Directions to Blue Hill Stone Barns

Directions to Blue Hill Stone Barns

Metro-North Railroad schedule

GPS address: 630 Bedford Road, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Map: 630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills, NY 10591

Concierge

Concierge

Blue Hill at Stone Barns looks forward to assisting guests explore the Hudson Valley.

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

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.

Directions

Directions

 Click here to check the Metro-North Railroad schedule.

BY TRAIN
Take Metro-North from Grand Central to Tarrytown on the Hudson Line. It takes approximately 35 minutes. And taxis are waiting to take you on a 10 minute drive to Blue Hill at Stone Barns for around $7. Trains leave every 15 minutes during peak hours and every half hour during off-peak. 

Blue Hill Café

Blue Hill Café

A respite for families and hikers, Blue Hill Café offers light snacks, farm-fresh lattes, and other locally grown goodies. Fresh baked goods and vegetable salads prepared in Blue Hill's kitchen are available to eat in the courtyard or to take on a walk around the farm. The shelves rotate seasonal jams and pickles: rhubarb jam and pickled sunchokes in the spring and apple butter and pickled cucumbers in the fall.

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