In a rare act of fanciness, I agreed to spend more than $30 at a restaurant and went to Blue Hill. I could taste the difference. Though very expensive ($75 for the “farmers feast” price fix), they served easily the best breadsticks I’ve ever had, and a variety of pre-meal treats, as well as a palette cleanser in the middle. My favorite of these were 2 “cheese burgers” that were the size of those gummy cheeseburgers you find at the convenience store- I’m still laughing at them being called cheeseburgers. We shared the farmers feast and the Grilled Cobia (fish) which was just about the right amount of food for two. I think my favorite had to be the “This morning’s farm egg” appetizer, each bite tasted differently and equally delicious. I cannot actually say anything negative about any of the plates, they continually blew my mind. Well, maybe except for the desserts; we finished off with the chocolate bread pudding and honey crisp apples, that were both delicious but only about the size of my thumb. I usually need a little more dessert on my plate than Blue Hill has to offer. All of the plates were on the small side, so I would suggest using this to try as many different dishes as you can. It was really worth it, even if I can only afford to do it once a year. On a side note, I’m no win connoisseur, but we did the thing that no one does and ordered the cheapest wine on the list (which is still $48) and it was completely amazing. I strongly recommend the Domaine Grand 2009 from Cotes du Jura, France. And yes, I’m only writing this so I can have it written down somewhere for the next time I go to a wine store.