Bluestone Tavern is a new style of gastropub that is an excellent option in the Long Island area. Serving up cooked to order burgers day and night, complemented by your favorite beverage, Bluestone Tavern is the place to be. If you are looking to catch the big game, it has multiple flat screens ready to accommodate, and there are loads of chicken wings to be consumed as well.
Bluestone Tavern is also the place to go for drinks with your buddies. With daily drink special and happy hour prices on tap, the beers will be refreshing and the cocktails are expertly made.
My wife and I went here on New Years Eve. The place was very busy, we had 6:30 reservations. We have been here many, many times and have never seen it this busy. Upon arrival we asked the hostesses if we could have Tom (favorite server) as our server( I requested him when I made reservations on open table). Tom's area was all filled so we waited at the bar for 20 minutes till a table became available. I had the Cowboy steak and it was cooked to perfection and my wife had the lamb chops(wanted medium rare but came out rare, told her to send it back but she said no). Even though they were rare she still enjoyed it! We ended the night with a "Silk and Satin" cheesecake, it was delicious! Only later the next day did we learn that last night was the final seating of 21 Main, the doors were closing!
They are doing a major renovation and opening it as a new restaurant called,"bluestone tavern". It supposed to be a new menu and decor! I guess we will have to try it out and see if it stands up to 21 Main. They are supposed to open in February, we will see!
Not a steak house, no porterhouse I the menu. Seemed more like a expensive restaurant.
Restaraunt was very accomodating. Our waiter was very professional and very fun. He made the evening!
wait staff was wonderful and very attentive. file and the skirt steak was cooked to perfection. The pumpkin Crème Brule was to die for.
Good service and food. Appearance looks dated and could easily be refreshed to a modern update
The delmonico was extremely undercooked and grisly. I wasn't able to eat 2/3 of the steak as it was fatty. What I could eat was very tough. For a restaurant that considers itself a chop house, this is inexcusable. The ambiance and service was pretty good but the lighting was way too bright. When informed of the problems with the meal, the maitre d' was very sorry and asked us to give them another chance. I'm suspect the meal would be comped. I appreciated that, but don't think that I'll be back there.
Dinning room could use an update but other than that food was very good desert was outstanding could not get a drink at bar stood there and was ignored so walked away.
It has been awhile since our last visit, so long ago it had a different name. But we live in Florida now so that's understandable. Drinks at the bar were surprisingly very reasonable for a steak house (happy hour) and well made. At the table, our waiter Tom was attentive but not over bearing. He knows his business - there when you need him but not hanging over your shoulder. There is space between the tables so you do not have to squeeze around chairs if you wish to get up. Very comfortable and your conversation is essentially private. We started with lobster dumplings which were very good. For our entrees, we both had filet mignon and it was prepared exactly as ordered, and tasty and tender. As the saying goes, we were happy campers. An added goody, dinner music provided by a gentleman playing guitar and singing in a soft voice. Another feature that was not overbearing.
This was our weekly "date night" and it was all a date night should be.
Just always love the quality of the food and the service. Pricey, but you get what you pay for!
Actually, labeled as a steak house, the steak options were limited. No NY strip or Porterhouse is unacceptable for a steak house. Had to return the risotto. Very disappointed