Blue Hill

75 Washington Pl, New York City

4.5
  • Phone Numbers: 2125391776, 12125391776
  • Address: 75 Washington Pl, New York City
  • Meals: Dinner, Late Night
  • Restaurant features: Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
  • Good for: Romantic, Special occasions, Local cuisine
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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    17:00 - 22:00

  • Mon

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Tue

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Wed

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Thu

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Fri

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Sat

    17:00 - 23:00

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Reviews

  • Monya L

    5
    - 13 September 2018 -

    I had dinner at Blue Hill twice. The pictures are a few days ago (Sep 2018). I also visited Stone Barns and learned the philosophy how they approach the mother nature as well as the method of farming and how they grow vegetables, live stocks and bees. Among many acclaimed restaurants I have been to, I like Blue Hill very much. The food is true to nature without much frills. Yet it is sophisticated enough. This time I sat at the bar (because I couldn’t book ahead). The bartender was skillful - he took our orders without writing down while making cocktails for other customers. But everything came with precise correctness. Blue Hill has great (thoughtful) options for drinks including desert wines. Please try. My next wish is to dine at Blue Hill at Stone Barns (which seems to be almost impossible to book :( )

  • Lyn Chan

    5
    - 03 August 2018 -

    Absolutely fabulous. We enjoyed our dinner immensely and it was frankly one of the best meals we've had all year. Incredibly produce driven, and all the cooking was in service of that (sadly not the case in other 'nice' restaurants) Service was gracious and particularly helpful with our drink selection. I wish we could plan a revisit, but unfortunately we are international visitors!

  • Rémy Baudet

    5
    - 29 July 2018 -

    The best culinary experience we ever had! Exceptional service. The price is high but not crazy given the quality of the place. They really listen to our taste and wills. Highly recommended!

  • Abraham Awad

    5
    - 06 July 2018 -

    A taste bud experience! It was like they took our taste buds on a trip to mars! We loved it! It is a fixed menu at Blue Hill with two (kind of) options. We recommend getting one of each if you are with a friend. They bring out the courses on really raw, awesome looking plates. The food itself was heaven. Each dish was such a new flavor experience. There were flavors we feel we have never tasted before. Some dishes like the bass had a dill sauce that was one of the best things I have ever eaten. My wife said the chicken was the best chicken she has ever eaten! The dessert was divine. Blueberry pie was like a mousse with a crust so good, we could have just eaten crust pie! They served a mint ice cream with the smallest, most flavorful strawberries and blueberries I have ever eaten! Most of the food they serve is grown or raised organically on their family owned farm, which makes you feel ten times better about eating it!

  • Gabriele Gherbaz

    5
    - 03 July 2018 -

    The most sublime dinner I've had in a long time. The farmers tasting menu is full of tasty surprises and explosion of flavors. The service is very attentive and at the same time a very relax atmosphere. They helped us out choosing the best glass of wine and ensure we were satisfied with the choice. Highly recommended

  • Ryan Finley

    5
    - 21 June 2018 -

    I went here for a business dinner with a group of about 12 or so. It was an experiential meal with a set menu, but the wait staff asked each guest for any dietary restrictions or if there was anything they just wouldn't like. (Asked on that note the service itself was exceptional.) I elected to let the chef do his/her thing for me. Now wine was a big part of the meal, pairing a different wine with each course, but I don't drink wine so I can't really speak to its quality. It sure sounded good, and the other guests seemed to enjoy it. The food, however, was very, very good. My favorites were the second course, which was basically a pea puree with a poached egg.The puree had a great, vibrant flavor. My favorite dish, however, was the main course - pork 2 ways over.fermented oats. The oats had me a little nervous but they were phenomenal, while the pork belly I received was absolutely perfect.

  • Scott S

    1
    - 26 March 2018 -

    I planned a big engagement weekend to propose to my fiancee. I was planning to propose during a hike, followed by a fun celebratory meal at Blue Hill. We made a 1:30 p.m. reservation at Blue Hill and provided our credit card for the $258 per person charge. We emailed Blue Hill and the hotel to arrange a photographer for the actual proposal, and to arrange roses and a whole engagement plan. It was a really special day for us. We drove up, went on a hike, got engaged, and everything was great. We were planning to head over to Blue Hill for the surprise, romantic meal to top off the engagement. As we getting ready, I checked my email. I had received a notification that our reservation (for less than hours later at this point) had been "Cancelled" in the Blue Hill automatic system (the cancellation email is attached; it is dated March 4 at 12pm for a 130pm reservation, and lists the scary cancellation policy at the bottom). We had also received an email and voicemail from the director of Guest Relations saying that, due to a storm that had knocked out their power, they were cancelling our reservation. Blue Hill has a policy whereby they charge the $258 per person dining fee if the customer cancels within 48 hours. We called the person who emailed us back, and she said that she was sorry but they were closed, asked if my fiancee had said yes (again, they knew we were getting engaged that day),and asked if we could reschedule for another date. She was almost nonchalant about it. We told the person we spoke with that we understood they couldn't control the weather but wished we had known earlier (the storm was Friday night and was totally finished by Saturday at noon; our meal was Sunday at 1:30pm; and they notified us Sunday at 11am). We could have canceled the rental car, hotel, and everything if they'd told us Friday they would not be open Sunday rather than waiting until two hours before our meal to was to begin. I told my fiancee I was sorry and that we could celebrate privately in NYC. We then drove the rental car back to New York City, grabbing sandwiches along the way. I could tell my fiancee was slightly disappointed that there was no grand meal, but she seemed to understand that I had tried my best to make it a special day. We were a bit taken aback because Blue Hill's staff definitely knew we were getting engaged that day (we had emailed about photographers, etc.); they knew we planned our engagement - a very special moment in our lives - around the reservation to eat at their restaurant. There's more to the story but the character limit prevents me from saying more - the key is that, in my opinion, others should be cautious about planning big events at Blue Hill at Stone Barns.

  • richard guenther

    5
    - 27 January 2018 -

    One of the best dining experiences my wife and I have ever had! The food and drinks were top notch - even though it was winter vegetables it was excellent and the beers were unique to the restaurant - one was a collaboration with a local brewery and only available at Blue Hill. The service was also excellent - just the right amount with someone to answer questions whenever we had one. Highly recommend, tough reservation to get, we are already planning when we can get back.

  • Roland Benedetti

    4
    - 14 January 2018 -

    Service absolutely impeccable. Atmosphere is very good for a high-end formal restaurant, it feels very right, relaxed, never tight. We never felt rush though it took us 3 hours to go over dinner. I just miss a star because I was a bit unimpressed by the food. It was very playful, ingredients are top,very well executed but my mouth didn’t encountered these things that makes an memorable dinner. Which it did in my previous dinners there (it’s been at least 4 years since i visited...). Also would definitely fee rights if some of the dish were a bit bigger portions. I certainly dont want to feel full, but should not have a bit of hunger after a feast menu, which was a bit the case. Very nice wine menu, original.

  • Justin Ober

    5
    - 08 January 2018 -

    Blue Hill at Washington Place is one of New York City’s utmost fine dining experiences. Starting from the low-key lighting and tasteful music selection, the ambiance sets one up for a relaxed and enjoyable evening. The kitchen staff accommodate to any dietary preferences or needs. The standard menu is a four-course meal for $95 and the Farmer’s Feast is a six-course meal for $108. Either choice will leave one gaily satisfied, and I would recommend choosing based on which menu offers more appealing courses. The waitresses and waiters are professional, knowledgeable, and endearing. Cellular phone usage is dissuaded, but do not worry, an evening at Blue Hill is unforgettable.

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