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Always good! Live music. Outdoor seating. Several seating areas to choose from.
Why so many peanut based desserts?
The waitress was outstanding.
The steaks, although medium, we not tender but rather demanded to be chewed.
My semi-vegan gluten intolerant niece and I had a wonderful experience at Cobblestone. At first seated in a very noisy area, we were relocated to a quiet window spot upon request. The food was more than wonderful. Plenty of excellent choices for my niece (the buddha bowl was fantastic) and the catfish special for me was so delicious and so plentiful that I took home the rest for another couple of meals. Our waiter was excellent.
Food was delicious and well prepared. Frequent checks to make sure we had drinks refilled and relaxing atmosphere.
We went there with the intention of getting steak and potatoes but the menu was scant in this area. Ended up getting sandwiches which were cooked in a smoker outside or at least the chicken was. It was very good and I asked for BBQ sauce which was also good. My other party ordered the cod fish sandwich which she said was really good. My salad had housemade dressing and mixed greens which were fresh and crisp. Did not care for the atmosphere..it was dark and plain and no good smells...usually I enjoy smelling good food cooking, but Al least no bad aromas either. I probably wouldn't go for steak or chicken dinners but for a sandwich it was good.
Amazing food special night out in Zionsville. Save room for the bread pudding!
Great spot for a business lunch good service good food reasonable prices.
Attentive and personable wait staff (thanks Michael!). Great spicy shrimp and risotto.
First visit as we had planned to be in the area. Food was excellent, very fresh and perfectly cooked rare+ filet. Duck tacos - awesome! Great service and noise level was near non existent even with live musician which was a surprise due to the size of the space. We could easily converse without having to try to talk over the tables around us. We’ll be back.
I dined at Cobblestone Grille with eleven of my friends for my birthday. I was the only one who had eatem there before so I knew what to expect. Blake provided amazing service. The food and drinks were all superb. Everyone once were planning their next visit midway through our meal.
Thank you Blake & Chef
Great food and great service. Food had a prrsonal touch. Very fresh and delicious! Next time I will have to have something from their specialty cocktail menu.
Friday evening music added to the ambiance
As always, an enjoyable evening at Cobblestone due in part to an accomadating staff and excellent cocktails/meals that are consistently on point and delicious. If you haven’t been recently or ever-it is well worth an evening spent!
Our group of eight arrived at different times, due to flight delays and the service was seamless. Great mix of apps, sandwiches, salads and entrees to meet varying palates. Beer and bourbon selection was fantastic. One small suggestion would be to add a side salad to the menu. The dinner salads were fairly large and too much for most of our group before entrees. Great service by Karen.
Lovely time for brunch. First time at brunch great overall experience! Noise level was great, not too loud.
Great service and even better food. Highly recommend! Servers are extremely knowledgeable about the food and made our overall experience even better.
Food was very good. Duck tacos were amazing.
We came for Valentines Day dinner, and had been here before so we were expecting a nice experience. It wasn’t quite as good as we thought it would be. We were seated in the back room with many empty tables around us, which I was surprised about because when making the reservation, everything between 6:45 and 8:30 was blocked out. Our waitress was helpful, but the food was disappointing. My husband’s steak was a little too well done and served with thin and runny mashed potatoes and my shrimp was served with noodles that were on the greasy side. I had a martini, my husband had a wedge salad that he liked, and my husband also drank Diet Coke. This all came to $98, which was very high considering we didn’t get a basket of bread or any other sides. We came away disappointed and probably won’t be back.
Cobblestone is great, we dine there 8-12 times annually. Our meals this time were both terrific, steak and shrimp scampi.
Great casual feel. We enjoyed our food. One of our cocktails was a little short, but the taste was spot on (they smoke their own ice cubes). The waiter was outstanding. Very nice.
Nice for lunch
Food is fair. Wings app were very good but the dressing with it was not at all good.
Wedge salad is bizarre and should be avoided. Will be back but choose better items
Loved our time there. It was a packed house on a Friday night. Glad we made reservations- we were seated immediately! Nice live music, lovely decor, great service, delicious food.
Super good. Enjoyable staff very very large bourbon purses, and very good food (spicy shrimp, flat iron, seafood pasta)
Great, locally sourced food. Friendly atmosphere with great service. We'll be back again soon!
This is my "go to" restaurant - always great food, always great service, always great atmosphere!
Our server was horrible. We were very patient & friendly. She was not.
We always enjoy our evening out at Cobblestone!!
We went to Cobblestone in mid-afternoon on a Saturday when it was quiet and not many other customers. We ordered from the Brunch menu because it was a little too early yet for the Dinner menu. The house drink recipes we tried were very good and the food was quite good as well, although maybe priced just a little high. I'd definitely recommend the blackened shrimp from the Starters menu, they were VERY good. I'd like to come back some time and try the dinner menu items and experience the place with more people around. I would recommend Cobblestone to others and recommend they enjoy downtown Zionsville while there. But I would warn them to expect pricing a little above many chain establishments.
Excellent grouper and scallops. Meals are expensive, but not out of line of other find dining restaurants. l would go back for special occasions. Great to have this fine dining spot in Zionsville!
Great food and service on a very cold night. My out of town guests were thoroughly impressed.
Showed up before reservation time and place was closed. No one called .... we honored reservation
Ate Lunch here 2 days in a row! Great Food and Service!
While our server was incredibly skilled and polite, he was really the only highlight for our lunch experience. The restaurant felt dated, dark and cramped. My salad was limp and soaked in dressing. I'd like to give a better review but cannot honestly do so. Perhaps it was an off day for the restaurant but I don't plan to return for a while.
Salads, lamb special, and sous vide steaks were excellent. Sous vide cooks to order and steaks are very tender. Great neighborhood place for drinks and dinner.
The ONLY disappointment was that we were looking forward to the music with dinner. But we could not hear it at all in the back. Speakers placed in the back would be great. Everything else was exceptional.
Sandwiches were vet good and at a fair price. White wine was quite good too.
A really nice atmosphere. The waiter was attentive and fun. The food was good. We went for Sunday Brunch. I would not visit Zionsville on Sunday, nothing is open except for around 3 businesses.
The food and service were wonderful.
We had lunch here on Dec. 29, which was about my third trip there since their big remodel. I had a BLT with some sort of pesto mayo (?) which was fine, but I honestly like BLTs with regular mayo better. My son had their pork sandwich (which was sliced pork) and liked it. Their homemade sweet potato chips were good, as were their fries. We saved room for a slice of My Sugar Pie’s blueberry crumble pie a la mode, which is always a highlight of a meal there. Spectacularly good pie from My Sugar Pie just around the corner.
Service was average. The server had several larger tables so I eventually had to go get my own soft drink refill from the bar, but that’s not the end of the world.
I like many restaurant makeovers, but this one leaves me cold. The dark brown walls and the blinding Edison bulbs in their hanging lights (which are mostly just interesting to look at-they don’t cast much light) just make it a dark place without much charm. Maybe I would have been better off if I hadn’t been going there for years before the remodel. While it definitely needed some updating, I miss the cheerful pale yellow walls and eclectic art. I also miss the old menu. I totally understand why they felt they needed to make a change, but I’m guessing some of their regulars went away. I guess I just like more cheerful places to dine.