Dine in or take out.⁣

Indoor + Outdoor Dining Thursday-Saturday 5-9 pm + Sunday 11 am-4 pm.

Contactless Curbside Takeout Thursday-Saturday 4-8 pm + Sunday 12-4 pm.

Contactless Curbside Groceries Saturday 12-3 pm.

Please note that we are closed Sunday, November 29th.

Reservations required. Please indicate at the time of your reservation request if you prefer a table indoors or outdoors. To comply with the Governor’s newest Executive Order (read here), no guests are permitted in the building after 9:30pm. Please plan your visit accordingly!

Heaters are set up on our Patio and Front Porch in proximity to all outdoor tables. For indoor dining we have the heat on with HEPA certified air purifiers running, and to increase ventilation per state and public health guidelines, we may have windows and/or doors open as well. Please take this into consideration when planning your visit. Remember to bring layers as Autumn evening air can be crisp!

You can request reservations by phone or email.

Please read our Phase III Reservation Policies before requesting reservations.

View our COVID-19 safety precautions and protocols here.

Thank you for your continued support!

Now through November 12th, order hats, tees, aprons and more from our online shop here!

To Our Valued Community:

A restaurant is more than just a place to enjoy a meal. We are a community; we are part of a community. When our community is broken we need to rise up and make our voices heard.⁣⁣

George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Atatiana Jefferson. Michael Brown. Trayvon Martin. We say their names, along with so many others, to honor their lives and call for justice. We need to stand with our black brothers & sisters because black lives matter. We need to stand for equality and justice and against police brutality and systemic racism. Our black friends, family members, co-workers and neighbors deserve to live in a world and society that cherishes and cares for their lives and well-being.⁣⁣

Blue Heron calls on our white friends, family, co-workers, neighbors and businesses to involve yourselves deeply in the work of anti-racism. Engage whatever spheres of influence you have to support people of color, call out day-to-day acts of discrimination and violence, understand and challenge your own assumptions and prejudices, and build environments that are safe for those who do not look like you. Do the work to educate yourself on the systems of racial inequality and use of institutional power so that you can do better every day, not only when it’s comfortable or convenient.⁣⁣

Racism and hate are a matter of life and death. We stand for life. #BlackLivesMatter

With love & solidarity,⁣

Deborah, Barbara, Kendra, Justin, and the Blue Heron staff

Learn about and support Black food & land justice organizations.

List of resources to engage in anti-racism work compiled by Soul Fire Farm.

Anti-racism resources for white people.

Resources and readings from our fall Reverence & Reparations dinner.