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. Now in its latest incarnation, one of the area's oldest buildings has been transformed into an exciting new restaurant. Preserving all of the ancient charm and historical merit, The DiNapoli Family has used his culinary expertise to renovate the space, turning a neglected building back into a valuable part of the Tuckahoe community.The Olde Stone Mill has housed a succession of businesses during the 19th and 20th centuries. Now in its advanced age, it promises to be at its most beautiful. We welcome you to come share in the continuing history of The Olde Stone Mill.