Castle on the Delaware is a substantial, red-brick castle in Walton, New York. The castle is available for events, weddings and other special occasions. Streetview below of the Castle.
From the Castle on the Delaware website:
“Castle on the Delaware is owned and operated by experienced chef and restaurateur Mustafa Sav.
“In 2006 Mustafa purchased the old Armory building in Walton New York. His desire was to combine his love for Walton and it’s history with his experience as a chef and a restaurateur, thus saving a historical building and creating an entertainment venue that would also benefit the local economy.
The Armory was designed and built by Isaac Perry, the main architect for the New York State Capitol Building in Albany. Perry designed many other homes, buildings, and armories throughout the state which now are either privately owned or currently being used by the National Guard.
Walton’s Armory was built in 1896 to house the Thirty-Third Separate Company. The building has seen many changes and served many purposes over the years.
'The Old Armory’ reopened its great doors as “The Castle On The Delaware” in November of 2013. The restoration of the building is an ongoing process and steps are taken to preserve this treasured historical building as closely as possible to its original state. The main floor has been beautifully restored and is available for dining or private parties.
We hope you will consider “The Castle On The Delaware” as a destination where lasting memories will be made. Mustafa and his wife Alyona will be pleased to welcome you on your next visit to Walton. “The Castle”, as it is affectionately known to its patrons, is the perfect place for good times, great food and wonderful memories”.
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139 Stockton Ave, Walton, New York 13856, United States
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