This outpost of Dan Barber's famed Blue Hill restaurant in Manhattan occupies a barn on the grounds of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture. The seasonal menu features the center's own produce and meats as well as the bounty of other local farms. The space is beautiful and elegant in its restraint, with high picture windows and the barn rafters. Banquettes are dressed in brown and set off against cream walls. There are no set or print menus here; diners have their choice of a Grazing, Pecking, and Rooting menu for $280 a person, or a Farmer's Feast menu at $148 per person. Both feature several courses that are based on the day's harvest, and also offer delectable wine pairings for an additional cost.