We decided to opt out of the steakhouse and went to Stoneys patio instead. We did have to ask a few times to get the more elaborate menu from inside. Otherwise we might have been stuck with bar food. The wine was expensive, the steak was not amazing. But decent. The sticker shock of the price of the 9oz pinot gris was offset by the sunny evening overlooking the course and mountain side.
I don't know if the food was by any means memorable, but I would return for drinks and appies anytime. Love it here.
I wouldn't order the filet minion again. Wasn't terrible but not delicious.
The charcuterie platter was good. The jam was excellent. Meat selection was good. The crackers looked like Ritz crackers from the box. That was bizzare to me. Olives were tasty.
There was a wedding in the banquet hall right next door and at 830pm the people started coming out on to the patio. So plan for that to happen. It gets louder and less peaceful with the DJ playing music.
The heaters were not operational, so we asked for blankets which saved the day too. It got cold when the sun went down.
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