The New York Times calls it 'The Restaurant List.' This legendary publication sent a dozen reporters, editors, and critics to hundreds of locations nationwide to find their favorite restaurants. The September 18th article states, "It wasn’t easy to narrow it down, but here are the 50 restaurants that excite us most right now.

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One of the 50 restaurants that the NYTimes loved was Ore Hill, located at 3 Maple Street in the beautiful town of Kent. Ore Hill is what some would call a fine dining and modern farm-to-table restaurant, defined as an all-encompassing experience that includes elegant and sophisticated services and the highest-quality food.

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