We chose Stoneforge partly because of it's interesting look from the outside and its convenience to where we were staying We at dinner in the Tavern portion of the restaurant, which is separate from a formal dining area (there was some kind of party going on there). This was a Saturday night, so it was busy, but we got seated in about 3 minutes. The décor in the Tavern is very nice with lots of TVs with different football games playing. I'm not really sure what the décor represented, but it was like a Viking dining hall, with booths. So, it looked really neat on the inside. I had a draft beer and a southwest chicken salad while my wife had a New York sirloin, which is the least expensive of the steak entrees. The waiter was a little slow with everything and not the friendliest guy. My biggest gripe with this place was the management/staff. I could see out of the corner of my eye that servers and hostess were bickering with each other. And, nobody seemed real happy. So, service suffered. My wife's steak was not that tender, no better than the meat I buy at Safeway. My salad was OK. No complaints there. The tab before tip was $44 for the two of us. We walked out thinking to ourselves that we really didn't get our money's worth and should have eaten at Longhorn down the street. I think this place could be much if the staff was as nice as the décor. Until then, I don't think it's worth the money for dinner. Maybe a good bar scene, though.
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