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About NoLo Bistro & Bar
Check out the region's newest upscale casual bistro. Located at The Stonehedge Hotel & Spa, which has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation. NoLo features a brand new expanded bar and new dining concept featuring a farm to table New England Bistro menu to complement the extensive wine list. Come for brunch, lunch, dinner or drinks – try an exquisite wine by the glass or a hand crafted cocktail by the award winning resident mixologist.
Open daily, reservations available.
We also host monthly Wine Tastings, Wine Dinners and Craft Beer Dinners.
Tyngsboro, MA 01879
Contemporary American, Steakhouse, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday 7:00-10.30am; Sunday 7:00- 9:30am
Brunch: Sunday 10:30am - 2:00pm
Bistro: Sunday - Wednesday 11am - 10pm; Thurs - Sat 11am - 11pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Join us every Thursday Night for live music in our bar from 7pm onwards: http://www.stonehedgeinnandspa.com/livemusic
Sunday Jazz Brunch boasts live jazz from 10:30am - 2pm: http://www.stonehedgeinnandspa.com/brunch
Private Party Contact:
Tatiana Bobr: (978) 649-4400
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We host monthly Wine Tastings, Wine Dinners and Beer Dinners. Check our website for details: http://www.stonehedgeinnandspa.com/winetastings
NoLo Bistro & Bar Ratings and Reviews
We make reservations for a Sunday afternoon brunch and it was absolutely amazing! The food was very good and fresh. We ordered an omelet loaded with veggies and cheese, the chicken waffle sliders (who can go wrong with that?), and a side of crispy bacon. It was all very good. Server was also great and timed everything perfectly.
We sampled the boozy brunch creations and they really topped everything off nicely. Highly recommend the clockwork orange if you fancy orange creamsicles.
Only (very minor) detail was that our table was VERY wobbly. Our server jammed some napkins underneath right at the get go but it still continued to sway. We joked and laughed about it.
Thanks for a wonderful meal!!
I want to like this restaurant, the Stonehedge is a beautiful Inn and restaurant space and we were there to eat and listen to the Jazz ensemble. It has changed concepts a number of times over the years since it was Silks an upscale eatery. The current concept is casual bistro but unforunatley the food preparation lacked skill cook vs chef.
We both had the best time! We were interested in the blues music so were given the high table near the musicians. It was like a private concert! The musicians played in an area with only us, them, a fireplace, a couch, and one other table. It was like they were looking in our eyes and playing for us, which they were! Then the service was outstanding as the waiter brought the very friendly chef out to our table to answer questions. The wonderful food was carefully and skillfully prepared to our repeated delights. A beautiful dining experience with fantastic service and live musical accompaniment in an elegant and accommodating ambience.
The food was excellent and our server was very friendly, but we sat down at 6:30, ordered apps, drinks, dinner, and dessert and didn't leave until 10:30. Thankfully we were staying at the hotel and weren't in a rush, but in any other situation, we would left after the apps.
The service and food were horrible. My husband ordered a drink on the rocks by the time it got to our table the ice was completely melted. It took forever for the waitress to take our entree order. Our water glasses were never refilled unless we asked and that was all I was drinking. I had clam chowder that was as thick as wallpaper paste. Our entrees, steak tips that were overcooked & flavorless and shortribs that were cooked so well done they were gray, very fatty and so tough I could barely cut them with a knife, were two of the worst dinners we have had in ages. I never tell the waitress that my food is bad but I really felt the need to tell her just how disappointed we were with our meals. Considering we spent over $100 for dinner for two, we won't be returning to NoLo anytime soon.
My husband and I had enjoyable meals - We started with the beef tartar with their house made chips which were salty and delicious for our entrée I had the Salmon w/ white beans and greens and Bob had the Duck Breast followed by the pumpkin cheesecake.
This particular night we came to listen to the jazz band they had in the lounge, hope they continue to book jazz shows.
A group of 6 of us met and ate there on a Thursday. The entertainment was top notch, Kim Riley. Service was excellent. Food was Good for most. My stake tips came medium well (Burnt ) and I should have sent them back but was hungry. Mashed potatoes were luke warm. The others food was very good.
They made excellent drinks and were accommodating when we moved from the bar area to a table and then back to the bar area. Bartender/mixologist was the best.
The fireplace is a nice touch but they let it smolder and it filled the room with smoke. They reacted quickly to fix it but it appeared that they did so with knowledge of how to do it. I bet this happens on a regular basis.
In general a nice time with the noted exceptions. Next time I will send the food back....
The food was excellent! It is a little pricey, but you definitely get what you pay for.
Our server tended to disappear at times, but if we asked another server for something she handled it. Our assigned server, to be quite honest, was not that good. He messed up a few times and did not listen. He acted as if he was high and did not want to be there. However, the other server that jumped in was awesome. She was knowledgeable and friendly.
While the service was EXCELLENT, this restaurant is advertising what it cannot delivery. We ordered the aged bone in Ribeye steak. It was a thin cut and NOT aged. I called before hand to inquire if the kitchen could cook the meat to a Pittsburgh black and blue, I was told 'yes'....that was not the case, the meat went back. Perhaps the menu should be scaled back to what can be done well in the kitchen. Less fancy names for average food.
Hadn't been to Stonehenge in years so was nice to return to a venue I always enjoyed.
Food was very good but the eggs were cold and we were disappointed that the creme brulee was removed before we had a chance to sample it! Staff retrieved some from the kitchen sans the fruit. We had to go looking for our waitress a couple of times.
We loved the holiday decorations and live music but were disappointed to learn that the Inn could probably NOT accommodate an event we were planning in the Fall for about 100 people.
The ladies working the desk in the foyer were lovely, pleasant and fun! Will definitely return for lunch or dinner.
recommendation from a couple. Great bar area with cozy fireplace seating. seems like the first spot to go in bar area if they are available. Food was great overall and service was prompt. chef came out from the kitchen to ask how we enjoyed our meal so far. Nice touch, genuine.
We'd go back more often, but the price of drinks with a meal will keep us less frequent. $15.00 for a Cosmopolitan... that's makes things less enjoyable.
We had ample choice to sit, for the four of us on a Saturday night. Cozy, dark interior and quiet enough for all of us to have a conversation. Service was very nice, and helpful. The wine list (still outstanding) was delicious for my husband who loves a great pinot noir. My pasta bolognese was warm, cooked perfectly and tasty without any oil floating around the plate (or bottom!). Steak frites and other bone-in steaks ordered were cooked perfectly. Their IPAs are fantastic as well, even though limited. A little gem tucked away in Tyngsborough, I'd definitely dine here again with friends. I believe in getting what you pay for, and this was spot on. I hope it lasts!
We've been in the physical facility a few times over the years, and none of the attempts to create an established eating place there has been particularly successful. The NoLo effort is unlikely to break the curse.
To be fair, we only experienced the one Sunday brunch. But, based on that small sample, our star ratings (above) tell the story, and we could find nothing to check off in the long list of what we would recommend it for.
A particular MAJOR additional problem for me is that, having given them our email address for Open Table purposes, we have already begun to be hit with their most unwelcome email advertising!
It'll be a while before we go back.
Party of four, for a casual catch-up, on a Saturday evening at 7:15pm. We ordered 2 mixed drinks, 5 beers, 4 house salads, 4 sandwiches, and two desserts to share. The drinks and food were average/good. The service was above average, as our server was enthusiastic and had a good knowledge of the menu. The service was timed correctly. the check came to $200 before the tip. This is probably why we don't go out much more than 1x/month. I am glad to see NoLo Bistro bring the SHInn back into the dining market. We tried it because we saw the article in the Merrimack Valley magazine. Overall it was good.
The restaurant its self is beautiful, the tables are very nice and roomy, Jazz trio was very good, the only drawback was we thought the food was not as good as it had been in the past. seems like things were missing, bacon not cooked enough, tenderloin was very good but the lamb chops were over cooked. Overall I think there was not enough options. I was going to have a family Christmas brunch/get together but have chosen a different spot for this years event.
Will try again.
This was the second visit my boyfriend and I have made to NoLo, because our first visit on a Sunday afternoon was wonderful. This visit however fell short. We had reservations for 8:00 and decided to have a drink by the fireplace first, about an hour later we were ready to sit for dinner and picked a table against the wall. It was at least 15 minutes before anyone came over to greet us or provide us with water, it was noticeably busy but we had to call someone over to take our dinner order because at that point we had finished our drinks and appetizers and still hadn't given anyone our dinner order. While it was a disappointing visit, the food remained amazing, did not disappoint and for this reason we will most likely return again and hopefully have a better service experience.
The owners have redone the restaurant and have made it one of the most attractive dining venues anywhere.
Although not extensive, the menu offered a number of choices that should please anyone in the party. Service was prompt, knowledgeably and attentive. Prices were fair and the portions were appropriate and well presented. The tables are well spaced allowing for normal conversation. The food was well prepared and very good.
I enjoyed the pork belly appetizer and my companion had a delicious mushroom tart. For entree I had the bouillabaisse.My companion had the short ribs. Both were adequate in portion and attractive at presentation. The chairs are comfortable each with arms.
I would like to see this place succeed as it is a credit to the Greater Lowell area.
I highly recommend this restaurant for any reason, romantic, groups, good food and great atmosphere.
Service was fantastic and timely and the atmosphere was modern and relaxing. The food was creative, delicious, and the seasonal menus are quite creative. We tried several appetizers, but the entrees sounded fantastic as well. The mushroom tarts were a fantastic fall dish, and the seasonal dessert menu was wonderful.
NoLo inhabits the same space as the previous restaurant at the Stonehedge Inn, the Left Bank.
Whereas the Left Bank was quite formal, NoLo is a much more modern, informal approach to dining, with multiple options for appetizers, salads, soups, and entrees. There are still enough of the more expensive entrees, however.
The service there remains outstanding, and the food was very good. I would go there again, as it is getting harder to find a good restaurant with excellent food and the ability to actually talk with one's tablemates.
Food was excellent, especially the Wagyu beef. Specialty drink was delicious. I heard the place gets hopping on a Friday night, but we were the only ones at the bar and there was only one party in the dining room. The staff had nothing to do! I would definitely return for a special occasion, as it is rather pricey for everyday dining.
Celebrated a birthday over Sunday Brunch (11am). Servers were pleasant but inexperienced/not trained well. No coffee refill. Quick to clear plates while we were still eating (restaurant was just about empty so they didn't need the table). Flies on crabmeat at omelet station. Food at remaining of buffet did not look/taste appealing. Ham was dry. Potatoes were dry/old. Waffles were old/cold.
Fruit and dessert okay.
The live jazz music was the only thing that made the time we spent bearable. Will not return.
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