Produce & Foraging
Our state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse allows us to bring fresh salads, legumes, herbs and flowers to our restaurants year-round.
promoting sustainable agriculture
Since the farm's restoration, Blenheim Hill Farm has blossomed into a site where traditional farming methods meet the modern tenets of sustainability. Rare and heritage breeds of livestock and poultry, including Icelandic sheep, rare breeds of pig and free-range chickens, roam the land and forests. A state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse, designed by owners Morten and Min, houses varietals of edible flowers, herbs, peas, beans, cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes and more. Forests of maple and birch trees line the outskirts of the property and bees are kept to produce local honey. A two acre spring-fed lake supplies fresh water for the animals, and local butchers are used to prepare and cure the meats for all restaurants.
Owners Morten and Min split their time between managing their restaurants in Manhattan and running the farm upstate.