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DiNapoli's Stone Mill Restaurant

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On the banks of the Bronx River in Tuckahoe, the beautiful Georgian style building that was built in the 1800's as a cotton mill and converted into a manufacturer of rubber goods and then to a pharmaceutical company was reinvented as a restaurant many years ago. With a new chef, one of Tuckahoe's oldest buildings has been reinvented and today the service as well as the modern creative and menu meet the standards of this charming historic spot. Yes, there is a new spark in The Olde Stone Mill, renamed “DiNapoli’s Stone Mill Restaurant,” and a major reason is the addition of family member and entertainer for 40 years, Gene DiNapoli. Gene brings with him a exciting and fresh new attitude and ideas which is needed in any establishment. Some of Gene’s ideas include live music, comedy shows, theme nights like paint nights, psychic and medium nights and happy hours for mature people who enjoy a nice cocktail and food in an atmosphere where they can talk and actually hear each other. People will be pleasantly surprised to see how traditional and creative fresh dishes have exceeded all expectations at DiNapoli’s Stone Mill. The DiNapoli family takes pride in their work and sets a fine example for their staff. In addition to the Olde Stone Mill, Anthony owns Antonees Gourmet Catering, Perry is president of Briarcliff Manor Catering Hall and Louis is the well-known host at Angelina's Ristorante. At DiNapoli's Stone Mill, your choice of dining areas include a plant-filled outdoor stone patio in good weather, a tavern bar room with dark woods for a casual feeling, the main dining room, formal and filled with beautiful antiques and paintings and an original stone hearth, or the bright and cheerful atrium and the charming garden room. There is ample parking to accommodate all of our guests. Check out our website for menus, party packages and special events that now make DiNapoli’s Stone Mill, once again, one of Westchester’s finest dining experiences.
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