Henry’s at the Farm, tucked away in the Hudson Valley’s orchard and wine country – at Buttermilk Falls Inn + Spa – is thrilled to reopen as an outdoor dining venue at the tented Buttermilk Inn Patio, with options for takeout and picnic dining, as well. Henry’s new menu and venue offer casual, contemporary American cuisine and sublime craft cocktails, using ingredients sourced steps away at Buttermilk’s own Millstone Farm.
Reopening hours are: THURSDAYS-MONDAYS 2PM-8PM.
– Reservations are required
– Henry’s on the Patio will operate at 50% capacity
– Contactless temperature checks at the Buttermilk gate
– Check in for your table reservation at the Buttermilk Inn Desk
– Masks required when not seated and when 6′ social distancing is not possible
– Rigorous cleaning standards will be supplemented by new technology!
Henry’s works primarily with those who practice organic farming and humane animal husbandry. Cheese, meats, and poultry come from nearby farms such as Coach Farm, Taliaferro Farms, John Fazio Farms, and the seventh generation owned and operated Hepworth Farm.
The concept of farm-to-table is an integral part of Henry’s signature cocktails, taking full advantage of the organic herbs, vegetables, and fruits grown steps away at Millstone Farm. At Henry’s, it’s known as “Barn-to-Bar.” Notable examples may include the Buttermilk 75, a take on the 1915 classic French 75, with house-made lavender syrup, or the Millstone Farm Bee’s Knees, a Warwick Gin-based cocktail featuring a honey-based simple syrup from Millstone’s own apiary.
A stroll before or after dinner (see Property Protocols) is always on the menu in the bucolic setting that is Buttermilk’s Hudson River estate. A network of trails leads to breathtaking views of the Hudson River, rushing brooks, the property’s impressive namesake waterfalls and enchanting ponds. Don’t miss our Animal Sanctuary, where a contented family of livestock have made Millstone Farm their home—heritage chickens, peacocks, angora goats, llamas, alpacas, and miniature donkeys!
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