Here’s what it’s like to eat a 10-course dish during a farm-to-table mecca that’s one of a best restaurants in a world

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blue mountain during mill barnsThe Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture.Rebecca Harrington/Business Insider

On a prolonged drive looping a approach into Stone Barns, we strike a speed bump. It’s time to delayed down.

 You come here to ambience vegetables picked only that morning, presumption their loyal forms in radical combinations, towering over anything you’d find in a supermarket.

Thirty-two miles outward New York City, a “foodie destination” Blue Hill at Stone Barns takes a farm-to-table judgment to a new level. It’s a world-class grill situated on acres of farmland where furnish and a really thought of food are constantly being reinvented. 

Thirteen years and countless awards later, Chef Dan Barber’s masterpiece is still a enchanting debate into a really soil.

Here’s what it’s like to debate a Stone Barns plantation and eat a 10-course dish during a mythological Blue Hill restaurant.

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