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The Stone House is located in the heart of Clove Lakes Park in a historic building that sits right on its own little island with beautiful views. Inside the venue is the Chef's Loft, a restaurant that boasts an intimate setting for between 16 to 20 people.

The Chef's Loft at the Stone House is like a restaurant within a restaurant. It offers those interested in expanding their palette a unique five-course meal and wine paired with the dinner menu.

"We get far more creative and far more innovative with the food we serve up here," Chef Peter Botros said.

With dishes like a marshmallow lobster and chilled shrimp chipotle cotton candy, diners can quickly see why the Chef's Loft is getting a lot of attention.

"We've done an all-chocolate menu where there was a chocolate steak. We did a lobster ravioli with a white chocolate vanilla brown butter," Botros said.

The Stone House is located in the heart of Clove Lakes Park in a historic building that sits right on its own little island and offers beautiful views.

Just below the Chef's Loft is the main dining room, which features contemporary American food with a twist.

One of the signature dishes includes lamb meatballs served with herb yogurt, toasted almonds, and a tomato jam. Another fan favorite is the crispy wings, which are dipped in a garlic soy caramel sauce and tossed with sesame seeds.

A pan-seared salmon that is crusted with poppy seed served with roasted root vegetables and a pomegranate molasses glaze is another popular dish.

The Chef's Loft is one of the toughest places to get reservations on the Island and can be booked up two months in advance.

The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday and has live music six nights a week.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- I'm no food critic by any stretch but I do know when I'm having a nice night out after a long, hard week. And Saturday was unforgettable.

On April 1, my husband and I dined at the Chef's Loft at the Stone House, a picturesque restaurant nestled in a mirage-like sanctuary over a footbridge with sweeping views of Clove Lakes Park. It was an early birthday celebration for me.

I've been to Stone House for dinner many times with family and for innumerable work lunches or with girlfriends, but the Chef's Loft is in a league of its own. The crowd is intimate -- only up to 16 people per evening -- and the out-of-this-world food is prepared right in front of you by chef and owner, Peter Botros.

In short, it's an amazing and unique dining experience. I felt like a movie star with a private chef.

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What did we have for dinner? When we were seated -- at a cozy table with a bird's eye view of the sold-out main dining room (admittedly, I often looked down to see if I knew anyone in the crowd) -- there was already cheddar and chose biscuits with horseradish butter waiting for us.

It was followed by an asparagus salad with bocconcini and crispy prosciutto. I'd never had the Italian ham not on a melon before and not for brunch before. Delicious!

The Stone House at Clove Lakes is happy to announce the launch of our new website. As, we continue to strive to give our patrons food, service, and views that are top-notch, we upgraded our website to better reflect what you can expect from us on your next visit as well as provide information on the various party menus and private party and wedding accommodations that we offer. We look forward to serving you, and can't wait till your next visit.