Last time I went we got their humongous tortilla chips. They season them and give you a few different sauces to dip them in, and I think they're the ones made from their beer.
I took my 21 y.o. son to Stone's Bistro for the Russian River Keep the Pint night. They had Pliny the Younger on tap. As we entered the the building my son says "Hey dad, is this where they mass produce their microbrews".
That was before their latest expansion news. LOL
What do those people eat? Spam? Frito Pie? Tombstones Pizza? I wouldn't hire them to cater the funeral of pedophile.
I would rather eaten at hometown buffet.
You see this?
This is Mac and Cheese!
You see this?
This is Mac and Cheese on a stick
That was below average. It was like eating top ramen with baby puke.
Stone Bistro is dead to me. My wife called (while I was there) to make a reservation at Stone for my birhtday tomorrow. They would not take our reservation, asked that since we had a large group if we could at least be put on a waiting list so we would not have to wait as long. They would not accomodate us.
Eff Stone. We have a group of 16 that would have spent pretty good money that we'll now spend at BJ's. (I know their beer is not the same, the atmosphere and food are good) In the end, our group will save money by not paying for the overpriced overhyped Stone food.
Enjoyed the Pizookie. Also enjopyed drinking Sierra Nevada's Celebration Ale on Tap at BJ's. Some friends brought me a growler of Arrogant Bastard. They live by Stone. It ended up working out. Didn't have top drive near as far. Didn't spend near as much money and had beer that was comporable.