Stonewood Grill & Tavern has been in the same location since 1997. This year marks its 20th anniversary, and we’re celebrating by giving you an inside look at its new menu, specials, and hospitality. Read on to learn more about this family-owned and operated eatery. It is located on a historic farm in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. Stonewood is known for its classic American food, and their food and hospitality is second to none.
20th anniversary of Stonewood
This week, the Stonewood Grill & Tavern in Ormond Beach celebrated its twentieth anniversary. The restaurant was founded by John Lemerand in 1999 and remains a favorite among the area’s foodies. In addition to its flagship restaurant, Stonewood has seven other locations in Florida, including Peach Valley Cafes in Ormond Beach and Houligan’s sports grill in Port Orange. Owners and operators of Stonewood are optimistic about their future.
The new menu is based on guest feedback and the results of a three-month review of the restaurant’s operations. After conducting tests on guests’ tastes, Stonewood’s management tested the new dishes in September and reported a significant increase in sales. It has since hired additional staff. Its 20th anniversary menu is also designed to reflect the new customer preferences. For those interested in the restaurant’s future plans, check out the new menu at Stonewood Grill & Tavern, starting in the fall of 2012.
Its new menu
If you’re a seafood lover, you’ll enjoy the new dishes on the Stonewood Grill’s new menu. Originally located in Port Orange, the restaurant has just opened a second location in Daytona Beach. Aaron and Kim recently tried the restaurant’s new Port Orange location, as well as the newly-opened Stonewood Grill & Tavern. They both loved it, and you’ll definitely want to try it yourself.
Stonewood Grill specials
While the menu may look good, the quality of the food here is less than impressive. Though the restaurant advertises itself as one of the best restaurants in the area, I was sadly disappointed. The steaks were dry, the Prime Rib was tough, and the service was abysmal. I recommend heading to Boston Market instead. But, if you’re looking for a nice meal at a reasonable price, Stonewood Grill is a great choice.
The menu at Stonewood Grill and Tavern is extensive, containing many different choices. You can find everything from steaks and seafood to burgers and wings. The restaurant has a business casual dress code and offers takeout. Parking is convenient nearby. The restaurant is also dog-friendly. A full bar is available for your convenience. If you’re unsure of where to park, there are several plenty of nearby lots.