This is the restaurant that asks the question, "Do you use the same set of standards for a small rural town that you'd use for a restaurant in a more urban setting?" Stonehill Grill is the most upscale restaurant in Miami, but that says more about Miami than about the restaurant. I thought the food was just good, not great, and not acceptable in a more urban more competitive setting with more discerning customers, i.e. the locals probably think it's great. We dined here on September 7, 2013. I had chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and green beans, and a bowl of potato soup. The chicken was slightly over cooked but tasty, the beans were very good, and the mashed potatoes hand made. The soup was dreadful. I politely pointed this out to the manager, and he was most receptive to my suggestions. He explained that he is in the process of turning the restaurant around in food and service quality. The service was excellent in every way. Given his receptivity to my suggestions, and his desire to improve the food quality, I'm going to give them another shot next time I'm in town, and I think you should, too.
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