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About Stonebridge Restaurant
The Stonebridge, a classic New England setting located on the Wepawaug River, offers choices to suit most any desire. We specialize in casual American Fare, with dishes featuring Fresh Seafood, choice cuts of Beef, Poultry & incredible Homemade Pasta Dishes. Only steps from the harbor, customers flock to the "the Bridge" to enjoy fresh lobster, lobster rolls, crab cakes & brick oven pizza. Our Main Dining Room offers a more formal dining atmosphere and our classic inside bar and dining area surrounded by rich Mahogany. For a more relaxed atmosphere, our patio bar and dining area is opened up to the sky in the warmer months and is enclosed by glass in the colder months so you can experience the warmth of inside and the scenic waterfall views of outside. Multi tiered decks & patios over look the river provide customers full lunch & dinner menus, also offering lighter fare menus. After sunset, "The Bridge" is the acclaimed hotspot, featuring live bands every Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Milford, CT 06460
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 11:30 am–4:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Thu 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
Fri, Sat 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Sun 3:00 pm–8:00 pm
New Haven Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment on the weekends.
Right across the street from the Milford train station, for the Metro North. A short stroll from Milford Landing Marina & easily accessible from Interstate 95.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Delivery, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Stonebridge Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We went for a 5:00PM reservation on New Year's Eve.
The server was great and attentive,. A very cold night, we were seated in a glass room and the heat was intermittent at best.
My wife asked for a substitute of potatoes fro the pasta in her chicken dish and we were told that there would be no substitutions that night because it was so busy. I should add that there were only 3 tables occupied in our part of the restaurant.
The food was ok, but given the temperature of the room, it got cold very quickly.
While I was excited by the decor and the idea of the restauraunt when walking in, I soon realized that the Stonebridge was facing an identity crisis. Was it a place for seafood or steaks? If it was supposed to be an upscale pub, where were the upscale offerings?
I will say that this was a perfect place to go for a family gathering and to have a few laughs. The fireplace we were seated by was roaring and warm, and the cocktails, though taking a bit longer than necessary, were unique and divine... though it might be time to move from the Fall list to the Winter list.
The price point does not match the food’s quality - the loaded nachos we got were really just cheese-covered, with only a few slices of banana peppers and maybe a stray piece of olive somewhere in there, quite disappointing. Our main course options were on the whole quite tasty, just not worth the price. I decided to try the menu’s swordfish and I had really enjoyed it, with a good char and spice blend on it. The steak was well-cooked for another member of our party, too. These were good meals, but not at all worth the prices. If they want to charge so high, they ought to create more inventive items. The dessert I had was absolutely stellar, no qualms: a white chocolate Oreo mousse-pie. Pure heaven. Even after being stuffed I cleaned my plate.
Unfortunately, the restaurant seemed to be a bit empty on food on Saturday the 30th. The specials were pre-printed on a sheet, but even so on a very slow evening they were out of the thing that I wanted. Two of the wines we wanted were also out of stock and one of our party was definitely served the wrong kind during our meal, with our server hoping we wouldn’t notice when he gave us a similar red. However, I understand how he might have wanted to reduce our stress. Might have been able to do without the lying. Is it a family restauraunt that you can feel classy at, or a date night? Is it a place locals can feel at home at or is it for brunch?
We took our adult children and 3 yr old grandson here for Christmas Eve dinner. The decorations were festive and the servers and hostess were very friendly and accommodating. There were no vegetarian options on the menu but my step-daughter asked and the chef made her a tasty vegetarian risotto. Our steaks were cooked to perfection and the mashed potatoes were awesome as were the scallop appetizer and the calamari appetizer. All around good meal and dessert.
Was recommended this place by a co-worker and finally, my brother said let's go. Pass it all the time going to the library, on a summer walk, and now on my way home from work (when I'm not cruising down the highway). It's been on my list of Milford restaurants to try, and I'm glad I did. Great for seafood lovers especially, but also has a bit of everything. Had dinner around their closing time so it was fairly empty and quiet, no idea what it's like in full swing, but I'm sure, no matter what the time of day, Stonebridge will deliver.
I've eaten here twice, and both times both food and service were fine. Good service is notable when you're by yourself. From the menu I especially appreciate the half portions of the swordfish dishes. Just right if you have a first course and want to leave room for dessert. Wine list is pretty weak, but you can't have everything.
It was an absolutely wonderful experience. The food was delicious, the staff was professional, friendly, and attentive. My only issue, although not a big deal, is that there was no recognition of any type for my wife's birthday. I mentioned in the reservation, when asked if it was a special occasion.
I'm always happy to dine here. The only problem is that I don't visit Milford often enough!! But, for the 3-4 times a year I'm in Milford, Stonebridge is THE spot. Excellent menu, with lots of seafood choices. This time I had the superb steak frites. Outstanding. Excellent bar with skilled bartenders. A real gem.
Staff was great. They were so polite & friendly. However the food was awful & so expensive. My steak was like rubber, the chicken was stringy & it was over $100 for an app, ONE entree, 2 garden salads, & 2 drinks. My lemonade drink was so good the first time. The second drink was straight lemonade and syrup. It looked like a good place to hang out outside, listen to music, drink at the bar & meet people. For the price of the food, should be so much better.
Waiter seemed indifferent to us. Service was decent at the beginning of our meal but quickly declined. We were not offered water. Asked for a second drink - it was totally forgotten. Waited a very long time for home to return after our coffee and had to ask for the check. Generally disinterested and arrogant waiter.
Food was very good though.
Would go back.
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