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About Stonewood Modern American Grill
Stonewood, a Pan y Agua Group hospitality concept, opened in 2014 by the team behind the successful Crave restaurants in El Paso, TX. Stonewood continues to improve both its service and menu offerings. Bar dining has become hip here, with diners crowding into the warm, dimly lit area with offerings of stellar wines by the glass or trendy cocktails, with a focus on whiskey. Your sense of smell is immediately greeted with the distinct scent of the local wood that is used to prepare the restaurant's steaks, seafood, burgers, and other entrees.
The huge wood bar top and terracotta flooring give the grill a feeling of comfort and warmth. The high ceilings, wood elements and brass and copper trimmings give the hip location a hint of elegance.
Serving lunch and dinner everyday, and brunch all day Saturday and Sunday. Full bar and great happy hour menu available, along with plenty of seating in the main dining room and patio . In addition, a 40 seat mezzanine upstairs for private parties.
El Paso, TX 79912
Steakhouse, American, Dining Bar
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 3pm (Brunch)
Saturday 3pm - 11pm (Dinner)
Sunday 9am-3pm (Brunch)
Sunday 3pm-9pm (Dinner)
Montecillo and Mesa
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Prime and Wine Thursdays from 5pm to 11pm
All bottles under $200 are half-off, Prime Rib on special also, until we sell out.
We cater to you
Pick up or delivery
Food Truck Available
Premium Available - Bring Voucher Inside for Verification
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Stonewood Modern American Grill Ratings and Reviews
Though this is a "Grill" whose specialty is steak and other meats, the menus is varied enough for vegetarians and other non meat eaters. They do a beautiful job creating flavorful vegetable dishes and salads... broccolini, grilled artichoke, beets with goat cheese, etc.
The wine list is excellent, though a bit high priced for everyday sipping. Our group of four enjoyed a nice bottle of Rioja. We all chose a selection of starters and sides rather than the full entrees.
This is our favorite restaurant in El Paso. The food is good, and they update the menu from time to time. The service is impeccable. Our artichokes were a little under cooked. They were removed from our bill and a complimentary order of calamari was sent to the table. There is a great selection of bar brands, and the restaurant updates the signature cocktails pretty regularly. This was not a brunch trip, but they have a great bloody mary ( you choose your own additions). Brunch is a little artery clogging, and the portions are big. They have a Jazz brunch and I have not been-afraid of noise. Back to dinner, very romantic, great service, and very good food and management will get it right if it's not.
We went on a Thursday evening. The meal was delicious. Steaks were cooked to order and the best I have had in several years. Service was very good, checking in regularly but not intrusive. I found the music level too loud to be conducive to good conversation but others seemed not to have that experience.
The stone wood steak was fabulous I loved the flavor and would order it again. The garlic mashed potatoes needed seasoning and the cobbler was really a fruit compote that wasn't very good. Overall, the service was wonderful and I will go back soon!
The ambiance was very trendy and pleasing. The menu was sparse with only 1 fish option but at the same time interesting. Service was attentive and pleasant. We were very pleased with the 3 appitizer plates we had but the main course were disappointing. My wife had chicken which had been salted to the point she couldn't eat it. 2 of us had ribeye which was extremely thin and fatty. 4 entrees all sadly disappointing. Probably will not go back.
Out of Ketel vodka, but they have a Ketel Martini on the drink specials list. Out of oysters. Come on guys, it's 7 pm on Friday night. New bartender making his first old fashioned and nobody bothers to talk him through it. Needless to say it was bad. watered down and a thick slice of orange on the rim? And please, I don't need to hear " ♧appreciate you" everytime you do something for me. I know, you are only being nice, and the manager should have assigned someone to watch over you. But, for a $100 tab eating alone on El Paso, I expect . . .
Food came out too quick. This is a dinning restaurant not a grab and go. We ate our app and dinner all in the matter of 15 min. Felt rushed, wasn't a great dinning experience, especially because that is what you are expecting but we received AppleBees service.
My first time dining at Stonewood, but not my last. I sat at the bar, as I was dining alone. Great service by Mike. Interesting Boulevard cocktail - Maker's, Cynar, & Sweet vermouth. Very nice. I sampled a variety of small plates from the soup & appetizers options: grilled marrow bones with toast, corn chowder, pork belly, & roasted Brussels sprouts. All were delicious. The long split marrow bones had ample marrow & came with 3 large triangular pieces of toasted bread. The corn chowder was sweet & rich, & topped with crispy bacon. The pork belly was both crispy & chewy, both savory & sweet. Fantatsic! The Brussels sprouts were too al dente for my preference, but were tasty. The setting - tall ceiling, industrial-modern decor, Edison-filament bulbs in wire cage fixtures, wood & stone surfaces. PS - the restaurant name is a cumbersome - a succinct Stonewood Grill would do. I'll return.
My three friends I decided to go hear some jazz and have some brunch here this past Sunday. We were all excited once we went inside. The location and place is beautiful. However, we didn't get the service we thought we would. Our server wouldn't really check up on us and he also charged the wrong cards. The food was delicious though.
This was a gem of a find! Thank you Open Table. I was in El Paso on business and wanted to take my colleagues somewhere new. The food was really amazing. Fresh, delicious and perfectly cooked. The grilled artichoke and corn bread were amazing and my salmon was cooked perfectly. I'm glad I frequent El Paso, will definitely go back!
Wanted to propose but even though I called 3 times to confirm my reservation and was told I was set, turns out I show up 15 min early only to find out there was nothing for me.... but I guess it was my mistake I should have reserved on another restaurant, one that could actually follow through...
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