Peekamoose, Big Indian, NY
When Peekamoose owners Devin and Marybeth Mills converted an old farmhouse in Big Indian into humble country kitchen, they did so with quite a bit of know-how. That’s because the pair had already cut their teeth in a few of NYC’s most impressive institutions (see: the Hudson River Club, Le Bernardin, Gramercy Tavern, etc.) It’s all about the freshest ingredients at Peekamoose—”silly name, serious food”—whose daily revolving menu relies on local growers. Split a starter before digging into specialties like the wood-grilled pork tenderloin with rainbow Swiss chard, fennel confit, and grilled peach and watercress. See the whole article here.