We mainly go for Happy Hour in the Chaplain's Bar -- tasty small plates at good prices -- but the restaurant is excellent, too.
Decided to try the Old Stone Church again because we had a coupon. (Had not been here in probably 5 years) The food was awesome! Started with the Brie appetizer - such a great combination of flavors! (roasted garlic, cranberry chutney, brie served with flat bread) We both ordered the pork chop and it was delicious - cooked perfectly and... More
We just finished hiking at Castlewood Canyon and were looking for a light dinner. We went to the OSCR bar for a glass of wine and appetizer. The food was so creative, delicious and well presented, that we ordered eight appetizers and made two great meals. Chef was trained at CIA in New York and worked at the French Laundry... More
The Old Stone Church in Castle Rock is actually an old church converted to a restaurant serving pretty good American cuisine. The interior still has the church motif with the existing alter as well as some of the original pews as seating. Very cool atmosphere, good food and drinks with a fun and hopping happy hour. My only issue with... More
At one time, this was our favorite restaurant and we dined there once a week. When they changed their menu, we returned a few times and tried to be open minded, but compared to the old menu, the food is disappointing. The old menu had The Old Stone Church Salad, which was wonderful: the new menu has mediocre salads that... More
Ranging in price from $-$$, This restaurant has a French fusion flare. Built in 1888, Saint Francis of Assisi, in 1966, the congregation moved to a larger church just east of town. This little church was re-purposed in 1975 as a restaurant. Things on the menu include: a daily made chef's choice soup: Roasted red pepper & cheddar bisque- Appetizers:... More
If you are staying in the southern part of Denver and want a unique experience and have some time, go to the Old Stone Church Restaurant in old downtown Castle Rock. On a snowy Friday we decided to go there for lunch and was cheerfully greeted and seated. Our waitress was professional and knowledgeable. The food is cooked to order... More
My husband and I and 2 friends went to this restaurant on a weeknight and received terrible service, the food was overpriced, my friends' pork was served rare, we had to ask for bread after being seated for approx. 20 minutes with nothing to look at except our empty plates, there were only four tables with customers and 2 servers,... More
I can't tell you how wonderful the Old Stone Church happy hour is! We try and go frequently and have never been disappointed. My favorites are the Calamari, the blueberry Brie plate,and truffle fries. They have really good selection and very unusual combinations that are just a delight! Good drink specials as well including a great house margarita. If you... More
Wanted something different while in Colorado. Found Old Stone Church on the Trip Advisor site. Historical location with wonderful affordable food. My Cobb salad presentation was gorgeous and tasty but best thing was the flat bread with sauce served with the meal. Waiter was attentive as well.
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