Prix Fixe Dinner for a Party of 8 -
As part of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, we have a table for 8 for a prix fixe dinner at Moderne Barn – a relatively new restaurant in Armonk (right off I-684) that has a reputation for wonderful ambience, superb cuisine, and an impressive wine list.
If you can join us earlier for a drink at the bar, please arrive at 6:30pm.
The plan is to order two bottles of wine for the table (one red, one white) and divide the total bill by 8. If any members prefer another beverage, we will take that into consideration when dividing the check.
**PLEASE NOTE: CASH ONLY
The cost of the meal (without beverages, tax and tip) will be about $30, so please figure on bringing about $50. Small bills help! I'll send out a reminder that week.
PRIX FIXE MENU FOR TUESDAY
HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK 2013
maine lobster, tarragon, croutons
Organic Mixed Greens
cucumbers, kumato tomatoes, red onions, radishes, shaved beets, champagne vinaigrette
tomato sauce, ricotta cheese, fresh basil
english pea mint risotto, black truffles, bull’s blood micro greens
short rib ragu, foie gras butter, aged provolone cheese
Fried Pork Schnitzel
baby arugula, toasted pistachios, strawberries, greek feta cheese, buttermilk poppy seed dressing
Chocolate Mousse Cake
coffee toffee hazelnut ice cream
Tahitian Vanilla Cheesecake
cranberry orange compote, candied pignoli nuts, crème fraiche
House Made Ice Cream & Sorbet
Dinner $29.95 Sunday thru Thursday
(excluding tax, beverage and gratuity)
From the website: modernebarn.com
Residing in Armonk, The Livanos family aimed to create an inviting gathering place in their hometown, the result is the ‘'urban country chic’' Moderne Barn. Designed by Kim Nathanson of Morris Nathanson Design, the restaurant features a hint of the country with some industrial elements, including a double height walnut barrel vaulted ceiling and a cat walk over the bar that houses our wine "cellar". The space also features three large prints from Roberto Dutesco, who is well known for his photography of the Horses of Sable Island. Located on the corner of Route 22 and Cox Avenue, in Armonk, NY, the restaurant offers it's guests affordable luxury. Our philosophy is to create an experience that brings exceptional service, superb cuisine and terroir- driven wines together in a stunning atmosphere. Executive Chef Ethan Kostbar accomplishes this by using a Mediterranean, New American approach to showcase ingredients with simplicity and seasonality. Chef Kostbar’s remarkable talent, classical training and worldly travels allow him to be true to the taste of each ingredient. He accomplishes this by using naturally grown produce within the season.
New York Times Review: Serving up Style and Atmosphere
Link: More Reviews
Photograph by Roberto Tudesco