“Northern Italian Cuisine with an International Twist”
Limoncello at the Orange Inn was opened by brothers Luigi and Victor Kapiti in August of 2006. With almost 3 decades in the restaurant industry under their belts, the Kapiti’s decided to transform what was once a rundown restaurant and inn. The Orange Inn was a Goshen Landmark, dating back to 1790. Many historical figures were guests at the inn, especially from the Revolutionary war era. The inn’s distinguished guests ranging from George Washington to James Cagney. Goshen is a small New York town, about an hour and a half out of New York City. Goshen is comprised of a mostly flat general area, accompanied by gently rolling hills along the village border. Not quite "upstate" but characterized by its green scenery, bike paths, and historic locations.
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