Blue Hill - West Village - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide

The first thing to know about the Manhattan outpost of Blue Hill, which opened in 2000, is that it is not merely the junior version of chef Dan Barber's acclaimed farm-to-table destination, Blue Hill at Stone Barns (which is located on a bucolic farm just outside Tarrytown). Instead, Blue Hill New York is more like a charmingly comfortable Greenwich Village bistro that happens to offer truly pioneering food. The room is cozy but comfortable. Classic rock plays (at a reasonable level) near the bar. Fresh flowers punctuate the dark space. Meanwhile, the dining-room staff is surprisingly large, and notably attentive. Even...

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