The Ravinous Kitchen is a wineccentric farm-to-table eatery specializing in delicious foods made from the produce, grains, and ethically-raised meats produced by our neighboring farms. French-trained Chef Scott Riesenberger creates and prepares all of the dishes, pairing each with the perfect Ravines wine.
Daily, the tasting rooms offer local cheeses & charcuterie, local artisan chocolates, and freshly baked breads and crackers. Weekends throughout the winter we offer expanded fare (see menu below). Spring, Summer and Fall we offer a full menu Thursday-Sunday.
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Ravinous Kitchen at Seneca:
Thursday-Sunday 11-4 (May-October)
Saturday & Sundays 12-4 (Nov-April)
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The Ravinous Kitchen at Seneca Menu
Menu for Weekend of March 25-26
Spring Wine and Food Flight - $12
Farmstead Cheese & Charcuterie Board - $12
Domestic prosciutto, housemade rillettes, Brickyard salami local cow’s, goat and sheep's milk cheese selection, Red Jacket Orchards Quince Jam, Freshly Baked Bagutte
Ravinous Kitchen Chef Scott Riesenberger
Chef Scott Riesenberger is the Creative Director and Chef of the Ravinous Kitchen. He is a local of Rochester and has spent the past 18 years in some the world’s top kitchens developing his own defined style of cooking, honing his knowledge of and experience with a range of classical and modern cooking techniques. His style of cooking can be described as seasonal-contemporary American with European influences. He likes to create dishes using inspiration from the quality of local ingredients, incorporating simple cooking techniques to enhance presentation and texture.
In 1998 he started his career working in France for legendary Michelin starred chef Marc Meneau at L'Esperance in the Burgundy region. He then went on to work for some of New York City’s leading chefs including Rocco Dispirito at Union Pacific, David Bouley, Alain Ducasse at The Essex House, Paul Liebrandt at Gilt and Corton, Scott has also worked for Michelin starred chef Marc Veyrat at L’Auberge in the French Alps, was Executive Chef for Cru Restaurant from 2007-2009 and opened Hudson at The Haymount House in a suburb of Manhattan in 2012 garnering top reviews from The New York Times and local press.
Chef Scott will be overseeing all of the property’s culinary needs and can create customized dining menus for any event taking place at either location.