Quaint restaurant on Guilford Harbor. The food is great (the PEI mussels are the best I've ever had!), and it's a lovely atmosphere in any season.
this restaurant has great potential but often falls short.I have been here at least 20 times. sometimes service is spectacular and the food is wonderful. Other times the service is pitiful food is very disappointing.the difference seems to be when its packed and crowded quality levels fall through the floor. But if it's not busy and you go there on... More
Had an early weekday dinner at this casual, nearly empty restaurant. A nice view of the harbor across the street gives diners a genuine New England experience. The restaurant apparently suffered from the spate of disastrous hurricanes that ravaged the east coast a few years ago and is obviously still making changes to rebuild its customer base. Our hosts are... More
We were hoping for a good family meal on the harbor. We found a un impressive menu, less than great food quality, slow service at resort prices. Thought the Moorings across the street was better and we hear the little stone house is also good. Hope to try that.
Good pour on the Bloody Marys! The brunch menu looks great for $18.50 (app, entrée, and desert) but we opted for the ahi tuna "sandwich" on a whole grain toast perfectly cooked and the perfectly cooked lamb burger on a single slice of flavorful bread with a topping that was like the essence of a greek salad. Both reasonably priced... More
Won't go back. Food was just OK. Not worth the price. Service was OK, our Waitress was nice and there was nothing wrong with the place just thought the food was blah.
Went to a party there in a private room . Excellent Apps before dinner,as I went into dinner almost full. Ordered anyway and had a fine piece of swordfish. Everyone really liked their meals. Always the dependable Stone House. Also a lovely view of the harbour as you pull up. Parking in their lot is a problem as they are... More
We met some out of town relatives here for dinner.Fernando,our server was wonderful and quite helpful with information for relative with a garlic allergy.Our food was so good,service perfect,and we had a great time. We will be back.
It was our first visit recently,since Stone House reopened following saga from hurricane's Sandy and Irene and their subsequent remodeling issues twice.Their website isn't current or accurate and hasn't been updated in two years! We had brought elderly family (97yrs old!)with dietary issues and based our decision to go here,on the website and harbor setting.We had salmon,veal and swordfish,ALL agreeing... More
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