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About Stone Creek Inn
"Setting the standard for East End dining" according to fans, this "upscale" East Quogue French-Med housed in a "lovely old Victorian" "never fails to please" with a "sophisticated", "consistently terrific" menu and "top-notch service"; whether for a "special occasion" or just a "nice dinner out" it's deemed an "all-time favorite" that's "worth the trip"; P.S. the two-course prix fixe is a "steal!"
East Quogue, NY 11942
Contemporary American, Seafood, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Open Thursday- Sunday at 5:30PM
We will be participating in Long Island Winter Restaurant from Jan 21st- Jan 28th. Please note Saturday, January 27th the Restaurant Week menu is NOT offered after 7pm.
$30 Two-Course Prix-Fixe menu served all evening Thursday and Sunday, and is also offered Friday and Saturday for 5:30 reservations only.
(order must be placed by 5:45)
Prix Fixe is not available on holidays and holiday weekends such as Valentines Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and Christmas Eve
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Stone Creek Inn offers catering off site and on site as well. Please email Kory@stonecreekinn.com for all catering inquiries.
Complimentary valet parking available on weekends
Private Party Facilities:
Two separate dining rooms are available for large parties. The smaller room holds 65 people and the larger accommodates up to 85 people.
Private Party Contact:
Kory@stonecreekinn.com: (631) 653-6770
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Stone Creek Inn Ratings and Reviews
One of the best if not THE best restaurant in the Hamptons. Fabulous Mediterranean inspired menu with something for everyone. Interesting salads, best burratta dish I’ve ever had, exquisite foie gras pate, amazing pasta dishes such as garganelli with osso bucco ragu, fresh dis including their wonderful signature fish bouillabaisse, fabulous desserts including panna cotta,... Service is professional and courteous. Lovely front dining room that shares a fireplace with the bar. Not to be missed!
Had our business dinner at the Stone Creek Inn-first time there but definitely not the last. Great attentive service, perfect ambiance, and delicious food. We had the calamari appetizer- not your usual fried calamari dish- just fresher and tastier, the duck meatballs, and beet salad. All perfect. Sea bass, chicken and boulliobase were spot on. Chocolate cake dessert rounded out a memorable evening.
As always, the Stone Creek Inn never ceases to amaze. Best food in the Hamptons, bar none, that I have had. The Spaghetti al Nero De Sepia (squid ink pasta) was simply stunning, as was the butter poached lobster. Not afraid to steer a little outside the French-Med it is touted for, which leads to interesting meals every time. A winner.
Love the corkage policy. Providing your own special bottle is not only economical but makes the cuisine even more memorable. The food is delicious and far better prepared than the ordinary restaurant fare. The service is always attentive and professional. Tables can be a bit close, however. All in all, we absolutely love this place!
Thanks for a lovely evening.
Love Stone Creek! Off season especially nice to enjoy Chef's delicious, seasonal menu. For the first time, on this trip we shared the grilled octopus which was fresh and delicious. We also had the sirloin, which was excellent, though my dining partner did not like the truffled potatoes, which were overdone and somewhat gloppy. The black linquine was full of delicious lobster meat, shrimp and crabmeat, all cooked to perfection. There is always something new and outstanding to try on the menu, and Phil's Manhattan's at the bar are unrivaled.
Thanksgiving dinner usually at home. Decided to dine out and chose Stone Creek Inn as it a personal fave. It did not disappoint. The prix fixe of $55 per adult was well worth it. An appetizer choice (there were several). I chose the Burata and Serrano ham, otherschose the cheese tortellini in a truffle sauce (yum) and others the beet salad. The main course options were varied with Turkey and stuffing for those with traditional holiday palates. The desserts included a chocolate mousse, apple tartine and pumpkin pie. Food was very yummy, and service was impeccable as always. Did not disappoint. Done cooking.
We dined at Stone Creek for a date this past weekend. Honestly the food was ok. We come here often and it's not a cheap meal. Nothing was really that inspired. I had the filet and it was cooked to the right temp, the gratin was a watery and not a hint of truffle and broccli rabe was alright. All in all it was meh. My husband had a seasonal dish, the Venison. It was pretty dry and surrounded by a lot of semi-over cooked root veggies.
Honest, our server was great. Bus people were great too. Cocktails were on point. Just not really impressed with our food. I wouldn't say it was bad, just wasn't at all blown away and just really not impressed for the amount of $$ it costs. And I don't mind spending $ on good food it just fell short.
Wonderful experience. We went to Stone Creek Inn on Sunday, November 5th during restaurant week. The dinner was perfect from start to finish. We started with a great bottle of red wine. 35 dollars!! Although they were offering Mccalls merlot for 28.95 which is a great deal, as I think it's on the regular menu for around 45 dollars. For dinner, my husband and I both had the calamari salad, which is so good!! Then I had the short ribs and he had the garganelli with veal and pork ragu. Both entrees were fabulous!! We ended the meal with the pear sundaes. So decadent!!! The service was wonderful and for a total of $ 113.00 , it was a very reasonable meal. My only complaint is the price of the cocktails at the bar. One small scotch and a small martini was 32 dollars. We've eaten at the best restaurants on Long Island and Manhattan, and felt these were overpriced. Other than that, it was a wonderful night.
Always one of our very favorite places. We went on the Saturday night of Restaurant Week and it was VERY crowded and VERY noisy. I have a feeling they pushed the tables even closer together than they normally are. That said, everything else was perfect - the food and service impeccable.
Great service and options for three gluten free patrons. The server was extremely knowledgeable about if, and how, a meal could be modified to suite our dietary restrictions. Despite it being Restaurant Week and having many patrons to serve, the waitress was quick and attentive. Would recommend to anyone in the area looking for an excellent meal.