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Located in the village of Uppermill, Saddleworth. Named after a local landmark linked to Druids in bygone days and more recent history with local Poet Ammon Wrigley. Anglo-Italian would best describe the food. Italian due to the pizza and pasta offerings. Anglo due to the eclectic mix of various tastes linked to our Colonial Days.
Saddleworth Legend has it that Druids gathered at the Dinnerstone to celebrate the summer solstice with their annual feast. Overlooking Castleshaw, the Dinnerstone is the favourite resting place of a true Saddleworth legend. Poet, Ammon Wrigley, whose statue proudly stands in Uppermill, had his ashes scattered around the Dinnerstone’s base.
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* The menu shown is a sample menu due to it changing on a regular basis