Stopped by for lunch before visiting the Pepsico sculpture park. Excellent grilled Reuben really hit the spot. Tuna sandwich was good as well. Friendly service in a historic pub atmosphere.
1 - 10 of 89 reviews
Don't get fooled by how average this picture looks like these eggs Benedict are way above average...so good and such delicate hollandaise sauce with eggs cooked to perfection....! What a treat! However only downside: the brunch menu is very limited. No pancakes and not even...More
This was a restaurant/pub that I used to frequent during my college years back in the late 80's.. I've since moved to New Jersey. It brought back many memories when I decided to stop in for lunch with my wife after attending a funeral mass...More
We went to this little casual restaurant for a quick snack before a meeting and to our surprise it was very cozy and the food was very tasty. We ordered the Southwest Egg-rolls and some drinks. The food was promptly served and very fresh. The...More
Met up and my brothers and an old friend for dinner at The Cobblestone. We hadn't been to the cobblestone as a group in maybe 30 years. While it still looks the same on the outside and inside has changed a bit. What hasn't changed...More
This was a favorite spot in my college days and did not disappoint upon my return! Nothing is better than a Cobblestone burger!
This is a fine casual local pub with a good selection of dishes at reasonable prices. The choices of meat,fish, salads along with courteous service makes this worth trying
Ate here last night with family..party of 3..we sat at the table with no drinks for over 30 minutes...when we ordered the waitress did not put in our drink order until I asked where is our wine please..another 30 minutes...25 minutes waiting for check.. Pastrami...More
Cobblestone looks inviting on the outside, however inside could use some updating and needs to be cleaned up.Food was typical pub food.burgers, fries, nachos, chicken sandwiches - nothing outstanding . Seems the management cater to local college crowd-who may not be as discerning. The service...More