Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Tarrytown, NY

“Sourcing from the surrounding fields and pasture, as well as other local farms, Blue Hill at Stone Barns highlights the abundant resources of the Hudson Valley. There are no menus at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Instead, guests are presented with a list of over a hundred ingredients, updated daily, which contains the best offerings from the field and market.”

“Blue Hill at Stone Barns is an elegant restaurant.  Jackets and ties are preferred for gentlemen.  Short are not permitted in the main dining room or on the restaurant’s terrace.”

Blue Hill Cafe at Stone Barns, Tarrytown, NY 

“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.”

Cafe Barcel, Nyack, NY

Cafe Barcel sources food from local farms when possible.

“Café Barcel’s menu is New American with Mediterranean and Latin influences. Nidia Alexander, the owner, left the corporate world to open Café Barcel in November 2009. Nidia is of Puerto Rican and Spanish descent, which inspires the name Barcel.”

The Hudson House, Nyack, NY

The Hudson House sources food from local farms when possible.

“The Hudson House offers upscale dining in a beautiful atmosphere, at moderate prices. Executive Chef Christopher Dunn’s creative daily offerings of fish, meats, pastas and poultry are fresh and innovative. Co-owner and baker Matt Hudson’s desserts are renowned in the tri-county area.”

Chiboust, Tarrytown, NY

Chiboust sources food from local farms when possible.

“This intimate, elegant bistro restaurant offers cuisine from the French-Mediterranean region and award winning desserts. The dining friendly wine bar offers an eclectic variety of wines from around the world, many available by the glass including an extensive array of dessert wines. A variety of tantalizing bites to share or accompany cocktails range from Moroccan spiced shrimp to Tunisian glazed chicken wings. The full bar includes signature cocktails such as Charbay Ruby Grapefruit or Honey Comb Martinis, and Kalamansi Mojitos, as well as Champagne Concoctions and many others..”

Please contact the Chapter Leaders through the Contact form if you would like to introduce a restaurant that sources fresh food locally.

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