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Since its founding in 1928 by Leon Cox, The Dutch Mill has provided great food, and fond memories to all that have ever visited this establishment. Although there have been many different owners over the years and the name has changed slightly, it has remained a historic location to the Greece community.

A special thank you to the Cox Family, the Lill Family, and the most recent proprietors, Chester and Sharon Ventura and their family, for carrying on such a wonderful lasting tradition.

Our family welcomes you!

We hope to continue such a wonderful legacy and you will make fond new memories and enjoy the food. Welcome back to The Dutch Mill from the Simmons family!

 

By: Jeff Ludwig
Historical Researcher, City of Rochester

The curious appearance of an Old World windmill has beckoned out to travelers near the intersection of Dewey Avenue and Stone Road for almost ninety years. Originally built as a roadside hotdog stand in 1928, the Dutch Mill has catered to the hungry at this busy crossroads ever since…….

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