Perched on its own private island, the stately Stone House is flanked by two charming gazebos, overlooking a lake and reached only by a stone bridge. Together with the old-fashioned slate roof, soaring ceilings, timber beams and panoramic views, the beautiful setting feels far, far away. You’ll be shocked to learn this incredible dining experience is on Staten Island! The critically acclaimed Stone House Restaurant is a Staten Island gem, tucked away in the center of Clove Lake. You’ll be charmed by the rustic, yet elegant, ambiance as you savor a three-course lunch featuring local ingredients and seasonal inspiration.
After lunch, explore Staten Island on a guided tour featuring Historic Richmondtown, Sailors Snug Harbor, the Staten Island 9/11 Memorial and the National Lighthouse Museum, home of the Staten Island Lighthouse that has guided ships into New York Harbor for 100 years. This tour requires some walking.
Each of the stops during the Staten Island tour will include 10-15 minutes of walking.