I have been to Two Stones several times in the past few years. It is true that the beer is quite expensive but you are paying for the selection and the high alcohol content. One cannot expect to get a Miller Lite for $5 and a craft beer with a 9% alcohol content for the same price. I'd bet most people would prefer the craft beer with the higher alcohol content. There's a reason you pay more for it, within reason. Some beers are as high as $12 a glass, like the Sah' Tea, which I do find to be somewhat overpriced.
The specials at Two Stones are definitely creative and as far as I've had...very good. The regular menu is fairly short and can get boring fast. I can only go mostly on the weekend and during the weekend there are no specials. You can run through the menu in just a few visits. Most everything I've tried on the menu is high quality. I've had pork belly, mussels, crab cakes, burgers, etc. Of course they also have typical bar food as well. The mussels are always good and the portion is a big bowl...plenty enough to fill you up. Recently, I had their Thai Sweet Potato soup which was unlike any soup I've ever had. It was thick and spicy and very delicious. I love how their chef(s) think out of the box.
Prepare to spend money if you visit Two Stones but as a treat it's well worth it. I can't say much about the table service here as I've mostly sat at the bar. The bar service is excellent.
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