Put Your Self In Our Hands. Seven Course Tour Of The Hearth Menu $82. We Kindly Request The Participation Of The Entire Table For The Tasting Menu. Hearth Round Table Feast 8 Guests 3 Courses: Seafood Tower, Standing Rib Roast, Seasonal Fruit Pie, Please Inquire.
Apple Cider Doughnuts apple compote, whipped cream
Passion Fruit Tart huckleberry sherbet, toasted meringue
Pineapple Tarte Tatin crème fraiche, rosemary ice cream
Mint Cookie Sundae hot fudge, fior di latte ice cream
Chocolate Crème Brûlée
Sorbet Sampler kiwi, cranberry, yogurt
Ice Cream Sampler brown butter, pistachio brittle, vanilla
Selection Of Artisanal Cheeses
Hot Spiked Beverages $12
Because A New York Winter Demands That We Keep The Spirit Warm And Satiated.
Spiced Hot Cocoa with white chocolate liqueur
Hot Buttered Rum with brown sugar and spices
Coffee with irish whisky and house-made whipped cream
Ginger-Infused Apple Cider with local rum
Hot Toddy with rye whiskey, earl grey and cinnamon
La Columbe Coffee
Brazilian Bourbon presspot
In Pursuit Of Tea $5
Scarlet Glow africa
Lemon Verbena morocco
Jasmine Pearl china
Wuyi Cliff china
Yunnan Gold china
Earl Grey china
By The Piece $4.50 / Three Cheese Plate $12 / Five Cheese Plate $20.
Bonne Bouche (pasteurized goat): from vermont. mild and creamy, this name of this cheese translates to "good taste." pair with a loire valley white wine for maximum yumminess.
Pyrenèes Brebis (pasteurized sheep): from france. this cheese from the basque country has an ivory paste, and a firm but smooth texture. slightly floral, with grassy and nutty undertones.
Salva Cremasco (raw cow): from italy. an age-able cousin to taleggio, this cheese develops funky, mushroomy flavors over time.
Tomme Crayeuse (raw cow): from franc. a chalky and buttery cheese from savoie. aged in two different caves to lend a thick and dense interior.
Meadow Creek Dairy Grayson (raw cow): from virginia. the beautiful golden-yellow interior softens and takes on a silky texture that yields easily to a knife but holds its shape without melting.
Kirkham’s Lancashire (raw cow): from england. buttery, lemony and yogurty, with a pronounced tang and a long, rounded finish. locals refer to it as a "fluffy monster"!
2 Sisters Isabella Gouda (unpasteurized cow): from holland. this dense cheese delivers the savoriness of beef stock with the sweetness of butterscotch. paired with a caramelized bourbon it is almost like dessert.
Chiriboga Blue (cow): from germany. a faintly earthy, and spreadable blue, which is ultimately redolent of sweet cream.
Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am-2:00pm.
Apple Cider Donut Holes
Banana Chocolate Muffins
Bowl Of Fruit
Lettuces And Vegetables grilled bread, honey ricotta & autumn
Grilled Bread, Tonnato & White Anchovy
Finger Lakes Yogurt granola, figs
Buckwheat Ricotta Pancakes banana, walnuts, maple syrup
Tomato And Egg Bruschetta
Seasonal Vegetable Frittata
Braised Market Greens two poached eggs, whole grain toast