The Carriage House with accompanying
barn, now known as One of by Land, Two if by Sea, has had a
long and complex history. It's beginning, through still somewhat
mysterious are tied to the former estate "Richmond Hill". In 1731, Admiral Sir Peter Warren assumed command of the British Naval Station in the Colony of New Yrok and was the first settler of note in the area. He liked the Manhattan Island shoreline, plush and verdant as it was then, with a similar area in his native England. He is reputed to be the first to "Richard Hill".
Enjoy a drink at our spacious bar which features two working fireplaces and live piano music nightly.
Bar opens at 4:00 pm daily. Live music begins at 6 pm nightly.
Main Dining Room
Fresh roses, candlelight and an illuminated viewing garden grace this room which once served as a carriage house during the revolutionary war.
Private dining room available for Corporate and Private Parties up to 36 people.
This intimate room features two working fireplaces and offers elegant dining in a charming 18th century atmosphere.