When dining in public, proper etiquette dictates that you should keep your elbows off the table and your table off the neighboring tables. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$55 for dinner for two on Sunday—Friday (up to a $112 total value)
$55 for dinner for two on Saturday (up to a $112 total value)
- Two appetizers or salads (up to a $14 value each)
- Two entrees (up to a $32 value each)
- Two glasses of wine (up to a $10 value each)<p>
$99 for dinner for four on Sunday—Friday (up to a $219 total value)
$99 for dinner for four on Saturday (up to a $219 total value)
- Four appetizers or salads (up to a $14 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $32 value each)
- One bottle of wine (up to a $35 value)<p>
The Olde Stone Mill’s dinner menu features appetizers or salads that include stuffed clams, mussels with shallots and chorizo, or an iceberg wedge salad topped with blue cheese and bacon. It also includes entrees such as a porterhouse pork chop with balsamic glaze, lemon-roasted chicken with kalamata olives, or veal francese.<p>
The Olde Stone Mill
Just beside the Bronx River, an early-1800's stone mill stretches above the water like the Space Shuttle perched hopefully over Cape Canaveral. The Georgian-style fieldstone building currently won't tear off for the cosmos, however. Instead, it plays host to The Olde Stone Mill restaurant, which makes use of the centuries-old timber posts and beams to create a cozy pastoral atmosphere, which is exactly what NASA first imagined to be the scene on the moon. The eatery's staff marries steak-house cuisine with Italian dishes, pairing pastas and veal francese with generous cuts of rib-eye and filet mignon. As a testament to the quality of this cuisine, Westchester Magazine named Olde Stone Mill's truffle ravioli the region's best in 2012 for its aromatic medley of wild mushrooms, cream, and truffle oil.
A goldenrod dining room, containing the building's original stone hearth, sets the scene for linguine twirling or tearing into porterhouse pork chops. Behind the handcrafted bar, bartenders pour glasses of wine and mix martinis, one of which won Westchester Magazine's praise as 2011's best twist on a traditional martini. Antique lanterns accented by spirals of ivy illuminate the bar's surface, and on balmy days, diners can retreat to the stone patio and enjoy their glasses of wine with a spritz of sunshine.