Local ingredients abound in the American-style menu at Blue Hill, which offers seasonal and farm-fresh options in a cozy townhouse setting. The ambiance at this family-run restaurant is equally inviting. In the dining room, you can relax and unwind after a long day of touring the area. Guests can enjoy live music in the summer. There is a patio for al fresco dining. The prices are modest, but you’ll definitely want to reserve a table.
The area is known for its artists and artisans. Visitors can check out a list of local businesses by visiting the chamber of commerce. A popular stop for locals is the Blue Hill Literary Cafe, which features a bookstore, an artisan-run jewelry shop, and a gallery space showcasing the works of local artists. The cafe is owned by Bill Henderson, founder of the Pushcart Press. Whether you’re in town for a day of exploring or a weekend retreat, there are a variety of places to stay in Blue Hills.
If you’re looking for a quiet retreat with beautiful scenery, the Blue Hills are a great place to stay. The area is home to several art galleries, as well as excellent restaurants. The Chamber of Commerce lists information about local businesses in Blue Hill. One favorite of locals is the Blue HLT Literary Cafe, which offers a cafe and jewelry designer’s work. The cafe is owned by Pushcart Press founder Bill Henderson. The coffee house is a great way to kickstart your day of reading.
The Blue Hill area is home to many artists and artisans, and you can browse the chamber of commerce for more information. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, a stop at Blue Heights Literary Café will satisfy your needs. In addition to a cozy cafe, you can see a jewelry designer’s work and the works of other local artisans. The cafe is a favorite spot for writers and literary enthusiasts alike. Founder of Pushcart Press, Bill Henderson also owns the bookstore.
A trip to the Blue Hill at Stone Barns is a unique experience that will linger long after you leave. The restaurant is a must-see for foodies in New England. The restaurant is part of the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, so you can’t miss it. During your visit, you’ll be sure to feel as though you’ve stepped back in time. This quaint slice of the Maine coast is truly special.
One of the highlights of a visit to the Blue Hill at Stone Barns is the food. The restaurant is modeled on the Barber family’s pastured dairy operation in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The restaurant reopened in April 2004 as a visiting chefs program, and hosted visiting chefs for nine months. Since then, the concept of the Blue Hall at Stone Barns has evolved. Today, visitors can enjoy a more modern version of classic Maine cuisine in the beautiful surroundings of the historic mansion.