Blue Hill at Stone Barns

AC and I have lived in NYC together now for 8 years. Most of this time we have been lucky enough to own a car. We take trips galore up to the Hudson Valley and the Catskills for day hikes, long weekends, and fresh air- our dog Molly loves it too.

We love good food. We had eaten at Blue Hill in the city and really liked what chef Dan Barber was all about; sustainable, local food.

We looked at Blue Hill at Stone Barns for these 2 reasons in particular. Our first visit there was on a very cold Saturday. The sheep were kept in a shelter so they could have access to water that wouldn't freeze. We gave them a little visit and finalized our decision to have our wedding here.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great location! I'm considering it as well. Will your party be staying in the area? If so, do you have any recommendations for hotels/b&bs in the area? Thanks!

cdm said...

Hey, I know of so many great places around there... e-mail me at c.megill@gmail.com and I can give you the hotels I have listed.

Anonymous said...

I was married at Blue Hill, Stone Barns in May and it was amazing. The beauty, the food, the service - awesome. Our guests stayed at Tarrytown House Estate, which I highly recommend. It's has beautiful, sprawling grounds and a great brunch buffet. I don't think they have elevators, so you may want to keep that in mind for guest who'd prefer the 1st floor.

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