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Posted by EG on 2012-07-09
Decor is hohum. The service is exceptional and very helpful. And it is cramped. Three people at a tiny table with not enough space to put the wine list. The apps were good but very overpriced. $18 for pea soup? The entrees were good but again they were e
Posted by Swithin on 2012-02-08
Blue Hill is a nice place. The food is good. My salad starter was wonderful. My main course -- lamb --- was pretty good, but some bits were tough. The dessert was absolutely delicious but kind of paltry.
It's a pretty little place, but tables are SO cl
Posted by ronnid on 2011-12-20
I eat out 3-4 nights a week and have had so many celeb chef, overpriced, lousy meals.
Blue Hill is simply perfect. I don't think it is overpriced given the quality of the food- and for those reviewers looking for more dazzel- get serious.
I am a cook-
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-07-21
This is "farm to table" in every sense of the saying. The menu is filled with fantastic appetizers and entrÃ©es; they're not too fussy in their plating and presentation, but it does capture the rustic quality I was seeking given their menu selections. The
Posted by anonymous on 2011-04-20
The intimacy of the room and the service and the freshness and preparation of the food made for an exceptional dining experience right in the middle of Greenwich Village.
It's a special place in every way.
The portions, while not huge, were perfect. two
Posted by Tom Graves on 2011-01-24
The whole Stone Barns concept is something I strongly support, along with a lot of people reviewing Blue Hill. They do the right thing, food-wise. Freshness is outstanding, selection and seasonality top-notch and service is very conscientious, though the
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-06-28
I'll admit I'm pretty price conscious right now, and so I want a lot for the bank I'm laying down. Big fail on that count. I like Dan Barber's message, I like what Blue Hill is trying to do, but given the quality of the ingredients they had on hand I co
Posted by Debra on 2010-06-03
I really wanted this to be a special meal. I had heard such great things. The food is extremly fresh and thats it. Bland is an understatement, even the freshes radish just picked still needs a little salt. I advised the staff it was a birthday dinner, and