Heavenly Restaurants

January 13, 2022



Bedford Post Dining started in the late fall of 2019, when the award winning team behind Alchemy Consulting took over operations of the restaurants at the Bedford Post Inn. Partners Jason Cott (Director of Operations/Owner) and Roxanne Spruance (Executive Chef/Owner) immediately saw the potential of the property and jumped right in. Taking on hands on approach, they are redesigning all of the restaurants with a focus on local purveyors, ingredient-driven menus, attention to detail, and welcoming hospitality.

The Barn, the casual outlet, with a nod to the south of France, reopened after renovations in February of 2020 to rave reviews. Open for Dinner, Brunch, and Lunch, it quickly became the place to visit. Unfortunately, the opening was short lived as all restaurants in the state were shut down on March 15th due to the pandemic.

The Barn reopened for Curbside Pickup in mid-may, and has fully re-opened for outdoor dining on the patio as of June 9th.

The Terrace is the fully outdoor restaurant, with a menu cooked in the wood burning outdoor kitchen. With both an oven and Asador grill, expect a wide range of small plates, perfectly suited to snack on with a bottle of rosé or a pitcher of a signature cocktail.

The Terrace is slated to open Late Summer 2020.

The Farmhouse will be the piece de resistance of the restaurant group. Aiming for an impeccable experience, Chef Spruance will be offering both a prix-fixe as well as a tasting menu, alongside a hand selected list of wines from our cellar.

The Farmhouse is slated to open Spring 2021.



Chef Jean Georges introduces a casually elegant restaurant ensconced in the picturesque town of Pound Ridge, New York. Here, Jean Georges cultivates a truly seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England, whenever possible. Constructed in 1833 as a residence and serving later as an inn, the building has been painstakingly renovated to preserve as many of the original materials as possible, including four working fireplaces. Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the restaurant’s interior with a modern yet rustic sensibility; zinc and marble accent stone and reclaimed wood. The restaurant’s lighting, artfully conceived by Hervé Descottes, employs paper shades and Edison fixtures to create warmth throughout.

The down-to-earth food and contemporary country feel makes the Inn at Pound Ridge a convivial, family friendly restaurant frequented by neighbors and tourists alike. Stop in for a glass of wine and a pizza, or come out for a special occasion dinner. With two dining rooms, two full bars, and a candle only illuminated wine cellar for private dining, we are equipped to accommodate events of all sizes, from intimate dinner parties to full-scale weddings. Jean Georges welcomes you, to the Inn at Pound Ridge and looks forward to providing you with a thoroughly enjoyable culinary experience.

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