Published on January 12th, 2016 | by Ozlem Avcioglu

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Gourmet Inns near New York City, Whose Food Is Worth Driving For

bedford-post-inn-travelmodus-33I liked the cozy restaurants very much, preferably the ones with fireplaces and garden that are a comfortable distance from New York City which offer good comfort food at the same time. These are less formal rstaurants but provide world class food. Some of the world’s most famous chefs have done it already: Jean-Georges Vongerichten has the Inn at Pound Ridge, and Michael White has the Bedford Post Inn. The Inn at Pound Ridge is serving sophisticated American food by the Jean-Georges team is the perfect place for a date or a family meal for the whole day. The down-to-earth food and contemporary country feel makes the Inn at Pound Ridge a family friendly restaurant frequented by neighbors. With two dining rooms, two full bars, and a candle only illuminated wine cellar for private dining you enjoy a real culinary experience.

the- inn- at -pound- ridge- by -jean-georges-travelmodus-33Bedford Post Inn, is a Relais & Chateaux property, set in the heart of Westchester County. Home to an eight-room luxury inn, a yoga studio, and two distinct restaurants. The Barn, by Chef Michael White is a more casual restaurant, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served during the week, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. The other one is Campagna, Chef Michael White’s fine dining restaurant in partnership with Bedford Post Inn owner Richard Gere. The restaurant serves Italian cuisine that reflects the Inn’s setting, and highlights a variety of seasonal and local ingredients. Executive Chef PJ Calapa oversees the kitchen operations at Campagna with Chef Devin Bozkaya.


About the Author

Ozlem Avcioglu

Each city has its own light, identity and color ️Traveler photographer writer owner of Haaz design. Based in Istanbul and NY, live around the world.



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