The Moderne Barn, serving New American cuisine, is located at 430 Bedford Road, Armonk NY 10504, Westchester County.
From Moderne Barn: "The Livanos family proudly welcomes you to Moderne Barn, a casual and sophisticated American restaurant with global influences. The legacy of the Livanos Family in the New York restaurant industry began nearly fifty years ago with John Livanos. 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 itís 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 Kostbarís 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. Four years in the making, the Livanos family proudly opened the doors of Moderne Barn in the summer of 2010."
Noise Level = Too loud for conversation when restaurant is full
Serving lunch and dinner
The word is
Attractive chic space, warm and inviting with a mix of wood and modern steel elements, highlighted by a dramatic soaring ceiling, serving good food depending on the dish, with ingredients sourced from local Hudson Valley farms, and served by a professional wait staff. If you cannot stand the high noise level, try dining upstairs where it is quieter but not as attractive, or in good weather, ask for a table outdoors.