The owners of Angelina’s in Tuckahoe have taken over this eatery built in 1803 as a cotton mill overlooking the Bronx River. A new bar menu ($8-$18) has been added but the staff and the regular menu will remain the same: a 14-oz New York strip steak, grilled pork chop with sweet and hot cherry peppers in a balsamic glaze; and seared halibut are main plates to try. Lunch and dinner Tues to Sat; brunch on sun until 2 pm and an all-day menu after until 9 pm.
Fruit plus alcohol plus a cool martini glass always makes a popular drink. And while there’s plenty of traditional offerings at The Olde Stone Mill Restaurant, those with a sweet tooth will want to try the freshly-made colorful sorbetinis, which include variously flavored vodkas, a splash of juice, and vibrant sorbet flavors such as passionfruit, mango, blueberry, coconut, blood orange, raspberry, and lime. One sip and you’ll swear its summer—even if it’s not.
Best Truffle Ravioli (2012)
If you’re looking for some serious fungi impact, check out Tuckahoe’s Olde Stone Mill. Its cream-sauced truffle ravioli are stuffed with wild mushrooms and laced with cognac and fragrant truffle oil. Ravilicious.