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About Stone House
A captivating blend of rustic cabin and city chic, Stone House at Stirling Ridge is the newest venture of Landmark Hospitality. Stone House is an expansive restaurant and special events facility nestled in the hills of the Watchung Mountains that offers spectacular views of the scenic countryside. From the distressed steel, glass-enclosed two-story wine tower, and wood-burning fireplace, this artfully designed space sets an elegant yet decidedly cozy ambiance. Enjoy exquisite cuisine, professional staff, and an extensive wine list.
Starting 11/05/12 due to Hurricane Sandy
Stone House Restaurant has power and we are open. We welcome walk-ins and are excepting reservations. We look forward to seeing you.
Warren, NJ 07060
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live jazz Friday & Saturday night as well as Sunday brunch.
Reservation Confirmation Message: Thank you for dining at Stone House!
Private Party Facilities:
Private Party Contact:
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For information on all of our upcoming events, please visit www.stonehouseatstirlingridge.com.
Stone House Ratings and Reviews
Thank you for the last minute changed in accommodating the private chef dining room as I was informed the day before our reservation was no longer available even though I had reserved it in advanced. The disappointment turned into a surprised for me, my family and most especially for my brother's birthday.
The brunch/lunch was delicious, ambiance holiday setting was festive and service was great!
Looking forward to dining again.
Three of us dined on Thanksgiving. It was our first visit but it won't be our last. I was concerned that the high price and limited menu would lead to disappointment. I was unduly concerned. The two filets were prepared perfectly to our order. The turkey was excellent and ample (I should hope so!) Service was excellent without being over attentive. A wonderful meal from start to finish, but it was pricy.
There were three of us for a business dinner. The service, food, and drinks/wine were all very well done.
Everyone liked their wine by the glass. A Williet Manhattan was well executed, nice and dry, crisp and clear, but lacked any garnish(?). Diners had shrimp, cauliflower soup and fois gras for starters. One of us had the Chicken Milanese, which they said was delicious. Two of us had lamb cooked to chef's preference. It came out nicely charred and exactly how I like it - a touch more than rare and less than medium-rare. Desserts were also very good, and the cookie bag gift we received on the way out was also a nice surprise.
I'm giving them an outstanding overall and, and very good for everything else. I could conceivably give them an outstanding for everything. It was a very nice dinner for 3. The tab was $280 before the tip.
Was looking forward to a nice brunch with the family. The restaurant atmosphere is very nice and there was live music which was a nice touch. The server, although nice was not very good- I asked him if a particular dish was served with anything - he said he didn't think so but wasn't sure but never came back. I then was served the dish with sides that I couldn't eat due to dietary restrictions. That said, he was very accommodating and did bring me some different sides, which were actually very good and very nice portions (no extra charge). Also had to ask for coffee a few times, as well as salt and pepper. My family thought food was just ok- very overpriced - probably could get a better meal at one of your standard pancake houses or at a diner....
When we walked in the hostess didn’t seem like she needed to be bothered with us, then two nice young ladies took our coats and showed us to the table, while the other woman was still staring at a computer screen. (Maybe a Hello or welcome would have been nice)
Food was mediocre at best.
Watching the chef in the middle of the line use his bare hands for everything was very unappetizing, with his bracelet and chains touching everything. Then using a towel to clean his hands. We saw him plug in his phone right on the line - germ city!
I have had better calamari at Fridays. It was noisy and hard to hear. The bread was great!
Pork entree was tough but the sauce, spinach, and sweet potato were very good. Very uninspired plating, very old school.
Caramel ice cream was very tasty, but cookie was rock hard and the chocolate marquise cake looked and tasted like it was bought frozen.
The wine was very good!
Went on November 1st for our 30 th Anniversary and had a great meal. We've been here about 5 times and always have great food with an excellent atmosphere. The waiter was great !!! The menue was great !!! Glad we only live 20 minutes away, but I would drive longer to get here.
This was our 4th time to Stone House, and we were slightly disappointed. The menu did not have the usual seasonal flair that we had expected. We sat outdoors, as the evening was lovely. Seating, ambiance, and atmosphere were great. The clam appetizer was perfect, and our cocktails were well made.
Our entrees were a step down, as my wife's filet was overcooked, and my sirloin needed seasoning.
Overall, the meal was fine, but we are accustomed to far greater than fine at this establishment.
Something changed at this restaurant. Visited several times in past, always enjoyed it, which is why I returned.
Last night was not good, nearly empthy, prices higher than in past, yet quality of food was poor.
I had the soft shell crab, which was not on menu as an entree, however our waitress was nice to ask the chef, and I was accommodated. A mistake to order. It was heavy w batter, fried and very greasy. I actually couldn't eat it, and left more than half my dish. They packed up my food, which at home I discarded.
All evening thereafter I was uncomfortable, the food set in my stomach like a rock. I must add I have a very strong stomach, but upon returning home, I had to take a digestive. Both of our dishes were also salty.
Our waitress was nice, the salad was plenary and delicious, so was the bread. A nice touch, the restaurant sew us off w a little goodie bag of some cookies.
Very mixed feelings, nice athmosfere, but definitely not fine dining. My entree was more like greasy diner food.
This was our third visit and we introduced friends to the restaurant this time. Everyone was very satisfied. Our waiter was excellent. The staff was accommodating including changing our table at our request. Cocktails and wine list are excellent, menu is interesting and preparation and presentation are terrific. Salads, short ribs, pasta dishes and osso Bucco were all excellent
Wonderful atmosphere from the moment you are greeted at the front desk, to the experience at the table till the moment you leave the restaurant.
Steve, our server, was spot on with each of his recommendations for wine selection and food. It was clear Steve has an excellent grasp of their menus. The salmon and steak dishes we ordered were delightful.
While we didn't sit there on this evening the patio and patio bar are a wonderful way to spend ane evening when the weather is pleasant.
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