Join us for the finest in Traditional American Steakhouse Cuisine in a picturesque atmosphere, located in this historic stone mill overlooking the banks of the Bronx River.
Our comfortable country ambience brings back the charm of yesterday, while serving the finest quality Steakhouse fare and spirits. Our luxurious main dining room, furnished with plush sofas and original stone hearth, is the perfect setting for both special occasions, as well as the casual get together.
Our tavern is the ideal meeting place for anyone desiring a libation in a cozy atmosphere. Strewn with hanging antique lanterns, the uniquely constructed bar was hand-crafted with dark varnished woods and finished copper. All around is the pastoral allure of two hundred year old timber posts and beams.
Adding to the ambience is our newly refurbished stone patio, which offers elegant outdoor dining in good weather. For private parties, the Olde Stone Mill offers a charming room available for rental.
So when traveling through scenic Tuckahoe New York, please stop in for an ale or cocktail, or to sample some of Westchester's finest cuisine in a comfortable, historic environment.
Built in the early 1800's as a cotton mill,The Olde Stone Mill remains remarkably unaltered on the west bank of the Bronx River, which once moved the mighty water wheel that powered this ancient plant. Built in the Georgian style of architecture, European settlers utilized coarse fieldstone for the structure.
In 1853, The Olde Stone Mill was converted to manufacture rubber products. Lasting for nearly three quarters of a century, it ultimately produced rubber rain coats for World War I soldiers.
In 1925, A British-American pharmaceutical company purchased the factory site. Shortly after, medical drug manufacturing became a leading industry in Tuckahoe.