This warm and inviting inn exemplifies country charm. Set in a white clapboard Victorian-era home, it’s instantly obvious that this restaurant is a club for a pedigreed crowd after a quick glance at the valet line. Manicured gardens complete the picture.
The look and feel may be rustic, but the menu is utterly contemporary. It features a veritable hit list of Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s greatest dishes, albeit in tweaked formats. The classic tuna ribbons dish from the chef's eponymous Manhattan outpost inspires this kitchen's tuna tartare with mashed avocado, ginger-soy sauce and chili oil. Crisp pan-roasted salmon is then set in a fragrant corn-lime broth. Finish with ripe strawberries, meringue kisses and a sour cream-poppy seed sorbet.- MICHELIN guide inspectors