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Blue Hill

  • 75 Washington Pl. Map It
  • Greenwich Village
  • American

Known for

  • Pioneering farm-to-table program
  • Lush, well-executed dishes
  • Sophisticated setting

Published 04/20/2005

Fodor's Review

This tasteful den of a restaurant—formerly a speakeasy—on a quiet side street maintains an impeccable reputation for excellence and consistency under the leadership of chef Dan Barber. Part of the slow-food, sustainable agriculture movement, Blue Hill mostly uses ingredients grown or raised within 200 miles, including the Four Season Farm at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, Barber's second culinary project in nearby Westchester County. The chefs produce precisely cooked and elegantly constructed food such as wild striped bass with potato-and-clam chowder and house-cured guanciale (pork jowl), and a smoked-tomato soup with American caviar.

Restaurant Information

Address:

75 Washington Pl., between Washington Sq. W and 6th Ave., New York, New York, 10011-9174, USA

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Phone:

212-539–1776

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 04/20/2005

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