Stoneground Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 249 E 400 S Ste 2

    Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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  • 801-364-1368

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We spent roughly $23 per person at lunch the other day. It wouldn't have been a big deal, but the portions have shrunken. A Steve's special, even at lunch, used to be a full plate of pasta. Now it's a tiny bowl & salad. Still delicious,

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We spent roughly $23 per person at lunch the other day. It wouldn't have been a big deal, but the portions have shrunken. A Steve's special, even at lunch, used to be a full plate of pasta. Now it's a tiny bowl & salad. Still delicious,

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I LOVE the house salad. Something is in that dressing! Add chicken for $2 and ask for a roll or two, and you will be moaning!

The tiramisu is not all it's cracked up to be... IT'S INCREDIBLE. I have literally driven here just to have it.

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I LOVE the house salad. Something is in that dressing! Add chicken for $2 and ask for a roll or two, and you will be moaning!

The tiramisu is not all it's cracked up to be... IT'S INCREDIBLE. I have literally driven here just to have it.

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I have been dining at Stoneground for years. This is my go to place to take out of town guests. My many friends from NYC are pleasantly shocked to be served authentic New York style pizza this far west. The ambience is superb, and its

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I have been dining at Stoneground for years. This is my go to place to take out of town guests. My many friends from NYC are pleasantly shocked to be served authentic New York style pizza this far west. The ambience is superb, and its

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Stoneground was OK a few years ago, but has really gone downhill. Went there twice recently (had two Living Social coupons to spend) and both times went away vowing to never go again. First time the pasta (seafood diavolo, since removed

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Stoneground was OK a few years ago, but has really gone downhill. Went there twice recently (had two Living Social coupons to spend) and both times went away vowing to never go again. First time the pasta (seafood diavolo, since removed

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Terrible service. We brought our baby boy and there was such little food that he was getting restless. The manager told us that he was bothering others and we needed to keep him quiet. We were there on a Sunday night where they do the pizza 'buffet' all you can eat. We said that there was a lack of food to keep him occupied since he was hungry but they didn't care. We later asked if anyone had complained and they said no, so it's a non-issue right there. They then were pushy to get us our check, when we had had very little pizza because of how slow they were and how small the pizza slices were. The manager also rolled her eyes several times at us while standing right next to our table, after having just finished addressing us. That is definitely not customer service and the owners need to address it. Poor experience because of lack of customer service and will never return and will turn away all I know.

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Terrible service. We brought our baby boy and there was such little food that he was getting restless. The manager told us that he was bothering others and we needed to keep him quiet. We were there on a Sunday night where they do the pizza 'buffet' all you can eat. We said that there was a lack of food to keep him occupied since he was hungry but they didn't care. We later asked if anyone had complained and they said no, so it's a non-issue right there. They then were pushy to get us our check, when we had had very little pizza because of how slow they were and how small the pizza slices were. The manager also rolled her eyes several times at us while standing right next to our table, after having just finished addressing us. That is definitely not customer service and the owners need to address it. Poor experience because of lack of customer service and will never return and will turn away all I know.

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Terrible service. We brought our baby boy and there was such little food that he was getting restless. The manager told us that he was bothering others and we needed to keep him quiet. We were there on a Sunday night where they do the

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Terrible service. We brought our baby boy and there was such little food that he was getting restless. The manager told us that he was bothering others and we needed to keep him quiet. We were there on a Sunday night where they do the

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We stumbled across this one. This is a small restaurant/lounge upstairs. They serve great food. We've been twice now and haven't disliked anything we've ordered.

You will especially like the pizzas.

Enjoy this one.

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★★★★☆

We stumbled across this one. This is a small restaurant/lounge upstairs. They serve great food. We've been twice now and haven't disliked anything we've ordered.

You will especially like the pizzas.

Enjoy this one.

Pros: Great thin crust pizza and salads

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If you're looking for a hip and quaint little joint with excellent food, this is the place! This was only our first time there, but we left very impressed. The atmosphere was very urban, college town with a hint of rustic mystique. The service was thoughtful, attentive and efficient, but not overbearing. The location is great being right across the street from the Library Trax station. The garlic-cheese bread was a wonderful start to the meal...very flavorful and cooked to perfection. The menu was loaded with traditional and non-traditional dishes, but, being that this was our first time there, we decided to go with the Stoneground Classic pizza. The crust was tender-crispy and the toppings were a great combination. There was a spicy perfection to this pizza that you don't find many places. I don't believe they use a traditional brick oven, but you'd be hardpressed to tell the difference. We will definitely return to see if their other menu items are as wonderful as the ones that we savored on our first trip! But be sure to get there early...the place really fills up in a hurry!

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★★★★★

If you're looking for a hip and quaint little joint with excellent food, this is the place! This was only our first time there, but we left very impressed. The atmosphere was very urban, college town with a hint of rustic mystique. The service was thoughtful, attentive and efficient, but not overbearing. The location is great being right across the street from the Library Trax station. The garlic-cheese bread was a wonderful start to the meal...very flavorful and cooked to perfection. The menu was loaded with traditional and non-traditional dishes, but, being that this was our first time there, we decided to go with the Stoneground Classic pizza. The crust was tender-crispy and the toppings were a great combination. There was a spicy perfection to this pizza that you don't find many places. I don't believe they use a traditional brick oven, but you'd be hardpressed to tell the difference. We will definitely return to see if their other menu items are as wonderful as the ones that we savored on our first trip! But be sure to get there early...the place really fills up in a hurry!

Pros: Great ambience and even better food

Cons: Fairly limited seating

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I LOVE THIS PLACE!! The food is fantastic and there is so much to choose from on the menu. It overlooks library square and has a great mood about it. I love the Caprese and I want everyone to try it. Very professional and put together service. The pizza is delicious and can be as eccentric or as plain as you want they have all the toppings you could ask for. Very quiet and intimate perfect for a date.

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★★★★★

I LOVE THIS PLACE!! The food is fantastic and there is so much to choose from on the menu. It overlooks library square and has a great mood about it. I love the Caprese and I want everyone to try it. Very professional and put together service. The pizza is delicious and can be as eccentric or as plain as you want they have all the toppings you could ask for. Very quiet and intimate perfect for a date.

Pros: food, view, caprese

Cons: parking is hard if you get there before 5:30p

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I had plans with several friends to go out to eat at Stoneground after the body worlds exhibit. I happen to have food restrictions and every time I eat out, I always contact the restaurant ahead of time to ask about the menu and find out what is available for me to eat. Their website had a section that says "submit questions and comments here". I e-mailed them a week ahead of time asking about the menu and explaining my situation and needs. I never got a reply. They did have a menu posted online, and based on that menu, I decided there would be a few things there I could eat, so I didn't worry about it too much. When we arrived, we were told there was a separate menu for Sundays and all they had was pizza. I can't eat pizza because of the crust. I asked my server if the kitchen would be able to prepare something for me to eat and the answer was no. After this experience, I again e-mailed the restaurant to let them know of my disappointment and once again never got a response. Needless to say, my friends and I will never return to Stoneground. There are so many fantastic restaurants in Salt Lake City that are willing to accomadate someone with special dietary restrictions like myself, there is no reason to return to this restaurant that obviously doesn't care.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had plans with several friends to go out to eat at Stoneground after the body worlds exhibit. I happen to have food restrictions and every time I eat out, I always contact the restaurant ahead of time to ask about the menu and find out what is available for me to eat. Their website had a section that says "submit questions and comments here". I e-mailed them a week ahead of time asking about the menu and explaining my situation and needs. I never got a reply. They did have a menu posted online, and based on that menu, I decided there would be a few things there I could eat, so I didn't worry about it too much. When we arrived, we were told there was a separate menu for Sundays and all they had was pizza. I can't eat pizza because of the crust. I asked my server if the kitchen would be able to prepare something for me to eat and the answer was no. After this experience, I again e-mailed the restaurant to let them know of my disappointment and once again never got a response. Needless to say, my friends and I will never return to Stoneground. There are so many fantastic restaurants in Salt Lake City that are willing to accomadate someone with special dietary restrictions like myself, there is no reason to return to this restaurant that obviously doesn't care.

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I often go to Stoneground just because it's one of the VERY few places in Salt Lake where you can be seated after 9pm at a restaurant (I think seating stops at 11 or so - call and ask). I'm always impressed. My boyfriend loves the beer, I love the pork chops. And back when I was a vegetarian, it was veggie friendly. This place is highly recommended in my book.

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★★★★★

I often go to Stoneground just because it's one of the VERY few places in Salt Lake where you can be seated after 9pm at a restaurant (I think seating stops at 11 or so - call and ask). I'm always impressed. My boyfriend loves the beer, I love the pork chops. And back when I was a vegetarian, it was veggie friendly. This place is highly recommended in my book.

Pros: Pork chops, service

Cons: Many other restaurants will pale in comparison.

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I had the pizza for the first time last night and it was like a fish finding water in the desert. Stoneground is a really classy place to get good pasta, beer and shoot pool, but the remarkable thing about this place for me is something that some might not appreciate; the simple but unsurpassed satisfaction of being served New York style pizza. I moved from New York to SLC six years ago and had their pizza for the first time last night and I tell you, this pizza place serves the thin, slightly crispy crusted pizza, with just right amount of sauce seasoned just the right way, topped with just the right amount of cheese that New Yorkers take for granted and that Salt Lakers might not appreciate, but that someone from New York dearly misses.

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★★★★★

I had the pizza for the first time last night and it was like a fish finding water in the desert. Stoneground is a really classy place to get good pasta, beer and shoot pool, but the remarkable thing about this place for me is something that some might not appreciate; the simple but unsurpassed satisfaction of being served New York style pizza. I moved from New York to SLC six years ago and had their pizza for the first time last night and I tell you, this pizza place serves the thin, slightly crispy crusted pizza, with just right amount of sauce seasoned just the right way, topped with just the right amount of cheese that New Yorkers take for granted and that Salt Lakers might not appreciate, but that someone from New York dearly misses.

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Our party of 11 had made a prior reservation. The restaurant was fairly busy with about 60-70 people. As n oted on the table tent there would be approximately 10 minutes between servings when busy. Nevertheless, after an h our and a half our group had only been served 3 pieces of pizza ($12.99 +$2.90 tip included). When we requested more pizza and noted our concern to the manager he came to the table and didn't believe us because his server had made 10 passes and initialed each pass. Well he might have made 10 passes but with each pizza only serving 10-12 slices and about 70 people seated in the restaurant...you can do the math. No apologies, no understanding or compassion. I have been in the business for over 35 years and I was appalled. Their bio states that the owner moved from New York to Salt Lake City, well he should go back to New York if that is his idea of customer service. We do not recommend this restaurant and will not be returning. I teach Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts and have yet another example of poor Hospitality.

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★☆☆☆☆

Our party of 11 had made a prior reservation. The restaurant was fairly busy with about 60-70 people. As n oted on the table tent there would be approximately 10 minutes between servings when busy. Nevertheless, after an h our and a half our group had only been served 3 pieces of pizza ($12.99 +$2.90 tip included). When we requested more pizza and noted our concern to the manager he came to the table and didn't believe us because his server had made 10 passes and initialed each pass. Well he might have made 10 passes but with each pizza only serving 10-12 slices and about 70 people seated in the restaurant...you can do the math. No apologies, no understanding or compassion. I have been in the business for over 35 years and I was appalled. Their bio states that the owner moved from New York to Salt Lake City, well he should go back to New York if that is his idea of customer service. We do not recommend this restaurant and will not be returning. I teach Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts and have yet another example of poor Hospitality.

Pros: Interesting pizza combinations

Cons: The poorest sesrvice I have experienced in twenty years

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I love the atmosphere, food (salads are fantastic), easy parking, and wines by the glass. It's nothing super fancy, but that's part of the reason I love itThey have great deals on slices of pizza for lunch too.

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I love the atmosphere, food (salads are fantastic), easy parking, and wines by the glass. It's nothing super fancy, but that's part of the reason I love itThey have great deals on slices of pizza for lunch too.

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Visiting Salt Lake City and my wife wanted a good pizza to enjoy in our hotel room instead of getting out in the bad weather. Found Stoneground on the internet. Called them and learned they do not deliver...no problem. Drove there on a Sunday night to get a pizza to go...they would not sell me one. Said Sunday night was only for dine in....WHAT!! They actually declined to sell me a pizza! I am 53 and travel quite a bit on business and pleasure...have never heard of such nonsense..

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Visiting Salt Lake City and my wife wanted a good pizza to enjoy in our hotel room instead of getting out in the bad weather. Found Stoneground on the internet. Called them and learned they do not deliver...no problem. Drove there on a Sunday night to get a pizza to go...they would not sell me one. Said Sunday night was only for dine in....WHAT!! They actually declined to sell me a pizza! I am 53 and travel quite a bit on business and pleasure...have never heard of such nonsense..

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They have the best hot chix pizza - try it and you'll crave it like I do! Pretty good service - kinda what you would expect, they get very busy and since it's kinda small you want to get there early. Good place to hang out and have a drink with your friends - maybe play some pool too!

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They have the best hot chix pizza - try it and you'll crave it like I do! Pretty good service - kinda what you would expect, they get very busy and since it's kinda small you want to get there early. Good place to hang out and have a drink with your friends - maybe play some pool too!

Cons: Parking, Parking, Parking!!!

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As a Utah transplant from the Northeast, our family (which does not drink or smoke) was accustomed to the relaxed atmosphere, unique cuisine and personal service of "family pubs" in New Jersey and New York. The Stoneground is like coming home.

The owner is an authentic upstate New Yorker. The menu and recipes are from his family cookbook. The original chef was a graduate of the Culinary Institue of America (CIA) on the Hudson River north of New York.

The brushetta, pastas, pizza and speciality salads are authentic, delicious and served in generous portions for sharing. The tiramissu is the "best in the west." (If you visit on St. Patrick's Day, you can expect authentic Corned Beef & Cabbage!)

Be sure to spend a minute talking to the owner (Bob), who is also the maitre'd much of the time. Tell him "Ray" sent you.

P.S. Don't go if you are in a hurry. You'll miss the experinece.

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As a Utah transplant from the Northeast, our family (which does not drink or smoke) was accustomed to the relaxed atmosphere, unique cuisine and personal service of "family pubs" in New Jersey and New York. The Stoneground is like coming home.

The owner is an authentic upstate New Yorker. The menu and recipes are from his family cookbook. The original chef was a graduate of the Culinary Institue of America (CIA) on the Hudson River north of New York.

The brushetta, pastas, pizza and speciality salads are authentic, delicious and served in generous portions for sharing. The tiramissu is the "best in the west." (If you visit on St. Patrick's Day, you can expect authentic Corned Beef & Cabbage!)

Be sure to spend a minute talking to the owner (Bob), who is also the maitre'd much of the time. Tell him "Ray" sent you.

P.S. Don't go if you are in a hurry. You'll miss the experinece.

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Come for the free pool (2-5pm), stay for the pizza and pasta.
This is where I go for creamy tomato basil soup. The chicken pesto pizza is one of my favorites in Salt Lake. The baked ziti has been complimented by more discerning people than I. Everything I've had here has been really really good. It takes four hours to make the tiramisu but if they're out of it, you will just have to go back. (If that sentence seems awkward it's because CitySearch doesn't allow a certain word I tried to use. It begins with 'r' and is followed by 'u', then 'n' then 's.')

Be aware that Sunday is all-you-can-eat pizza so the regular menu is not available.

Try yelp for really good reviews without all the corporate gunk.

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Come for the free pool (2-5pm), stay for the pizza and pasta.
This is where I go for creamy tomato basil soup. The chicken pesto pizza is one of my favorites in Salt Lake. The baked ziti has been complimented by more discerning people than I. Everything I've had here has been really really good. It takes four hours to make the tiramisu but if they're out of it, you will just have to go back. (If that sentence seems awkward it's because CitySearch doesn't allow a certain word I tried to use. It begins with 'r' and is followed by 'u', then 'n' then 's.')

Be aware that Sunday is all-you-can-eat pizza so the regular menu is not available.

Try yelp for really good reviews without all the corporate gunk.

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The person that owns this place is a genius. The service was out of this world. The pizza was perfect along with the selection of topping. Toppings ranged from meat, vegetable, and herbs. The pizza had great consistency and just plain looked good. The crab cakes and chicken wings were also made to perfection. The wine that was recommended to go with my entree was "right on". The candle lit tables and smooth jazz music just made my dining experience out of this world.

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★★★★★

The person that owns this place is a genius. The service was out of this world. The pizza was perfect along with the selection of topping. Toppings ranged from meat, vegetable, and herbs. The pizza had great consistency and just plain looked good. The crab cakes and chicken wings were also made to perfection. The wine that was recommended to go with my entree was "right on". The candle lit tables and smooth jazz music just made my dining experience out of this world.

Pros: great service, great food

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So - yeah - four professional women walk in and we each have our own special orders. Nothing too outrageous - salad dressing on the side, a roll with lunch, extra slice of cheese pizza. We immediately noticed our waiter wasn't writing it down - so we asked if he could. When he got back - wrote everything down. 45 MINUTES LATER our incorrect orders showed up - well - partially. The remainder showed up 10 MINUTES LATER THAN THAT! Our waiter - not very nice - pounding things on our table like it was OUR fault the kitchen was slow & he had messed up our order. When I kindly told him he needs to be nicer to his patrons and all he had to do was apologize - he gruffed and walked off. NOT going to be one of our regular spots.

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★★★☆☆

So - yeah - four professional women walk in and we each have our own special orders. Nothing too outrageous - salad dressing on the side, a roll with lunch, extra slice of cheese pizza. We immediately noticed our waiter wasn't writing it down - so we asked if he could. When he got back - wrote everything down. 45 MINUTES LATER our incorrect orders showed up - well - partially. The remainder showed up 10 MINUTES LATER THAN THAT! Our waiter - not very nice - pounding things on our table like it was OUR fault the kitchen was slow & he had messed up our order. When I kindly told him he needs to be nicer to his patrons and all he had to do was apologize - he gruffed and walked off. NOT going to be one of our regular spots.

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I agree that Stonegrounds isn't the same as it used to be, it was my favorite pizza (The greek god was amazing!) but over the past few months the meatballs are a shadow of what they used to be. And I have been hearing similar feelings all around.

However I know many folk who never even knew Stonegrounds served pizza because of their fascination with the pasta's or sandwiches. They are a definite must try! The smoked cheddar sauce is amazing and their tomato basil soup is as addictive as it ever was. And although its been a while since I had it their parmesan eggplant sandwich is the only eggplant I'll ever touch.

Staff has always been courteous and quick to give out excellent recommendations. Though I only frequent the restaurant between lunch and 6pm weekdays, so I can relax among only a few other customers and watch the urban life below through their large window. But if your into hustle and bustle their Sunday pizza buffet is a nice way to become familiar with their variety.

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★★★★★

I agree that Stonegrounds isn't the same as it used to be, it was my favorite pizza (The greek god was amazing!) but over the past few months the meatballs are a shadow of what they used to be. And I have been hearing similar feelings all around.

However I know many folk who never even knew Stonegrounds served pizza because of their fascination with the pasta's or sandwiches. They are a definite must try! The smoked cheddar sauce is amazing and their tomato basil soup is as addictive as it ever was. And although its been a while since I had it their parmesan eggplant sandwich is the only eggplant I'll ever touch.

Staff has always been courteous and quick to give out excellent recommendations. Though I only frequent the restaurant between lunch and 6pm weekdays, so I can relax among only a few other customers and watch the urban life below through their large window. But if your into hustle and bustle their Sunday pizza buffet is a nice way to become familiar with their variety.

Pros: Still has that undiscovered feel and inclusive ambience

Cons: On the pricey side, but you'll be too full to care

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A friend and coworker recommended I try the pork tenderloin at Stoneground and not only was I not disappointed, I have a new favorite meal of all time. The pork tenderloin is served with a cranberry mushroom sauce over polenta. Don't like polenta? Try it anyway. I am not a fan of polenta, but Stoneground's is incredible. It is crispy on the outside and almost like a corn custard on the inside. The cranberry and mushroom sauce went perfectly with the tender pork and polenta. My dinner companion had spaghetti and meatballs and enjoyed her meal too. For dessert we had the tiramisu and I'm sure we would have liked it a whole lot more if we had not been miserably full.

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★★★★★

A friend and coworker recommended I try the pork tenderloin at Stoneground and not only was I not disappointed, I have a new favorite meal of all time. The pork tenderloin is served with a cranberry mushroom sauce over polenta. Don't like polenta? Try it anyway. I am not a fan of polenta, but Stoneground's is incredible. It is crispy on the outside and almost like a corn custard on the inside. The cranberry and mushroom sauce went perfectly with the tender pork and polenta. My dinner companion had spaghetti and meatballs and enjoyed her meal too. For dessert we had the tiramisu and I'm sure we would have liked it a whole lot more if we had not been miserably full.

Pros: Pork tenderloin was the best I'd ever had, wasn't terribly crowded

Cons: Parking can be tricky, not enough desserts on the menu.

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Always Great! Anytime that I go into Stoneground I have a WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE! I have been dining at Stoneground probably twice a week for the past 3 years. It is the first place I take a friend or relative when we go out. The food, wine and ambiance is AWESOME, and the service is consistent. I love the fact that they use fresh ingredients in all their dishes and that they don't even own a microwave! I suggest the Steve's Special and leave room for their Tiramisu.....They are both to die for!! Its been nice to watch this place grow and become the great local's spot that it is. Keep up the good work! STONEGROUND ROCKS!!!!

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★★★★★

Always Great! Anytime that I go into Stoneground I have a WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE! I have been dining at Stoneground probably twice a week for the past 3 years. It is the first place I take a friend or relative when we go out. The food, wine and ambiance is AWESOME, and the service is consistent. I love the fact that they use fresh ingredients in all their dishes and that they don't even own a microwave! I suggest the Steve's Special and leave room for their Tiramisu.....They are both to die for!! Its been nice to watch this place grow and become the great local's spot that it is. Keep up the good work! STONEGROUND ROCKS!!!!

Pros: Inexpensive, Friendly, Nice Atmosphere

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The most horrible dining experience I have had to date. After being served microwaved, cardboard pizza, four, YES FOUR people in our large group dining were forgotten and never served their meals. After waiting an hour and a half, we finally asked about the meals, because others in our group were served, and were rudely told that it was a mistake and that we should be more patient, as if waiting almost two hours isn't patient enough.
Not to mention that the waitress kept arguing with us saying that we hadn't ordered the meals. After the whole ordeal, I talked to the manager, and the rude waitress was standing behind the counter, interrupting our conversation saying "they didn't order that." Very, very unprofessional!! Hire some new help and work on your food, because that place is sinking FAST!!! We will never return.

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★☆☆☆☆

The most horrible dining experience I have had to date. After being served microwaved, cardboard pizza, four, YES FOUR people in our large group dining were forgotten and never served their meals. After waiting an hour and a half, we finally asked about the meals, because others in our group were served, and were rudely told that it was a mistake and that we should be more patient, as if waiting almost two hours isn't patient enough.
Not to mention that the waitress kept arguing with us saying that we hadn't ordered the meals. After the whole ordeal, I talked to the manager, and the rude waitress was standing behind the counter, interrupting our conversation saying "they didn't order that." Very, very unprofessional!! Hire some new help and work on your food, because that place is sinking FAST!!! We will never return.

Pros: none

Cons: bad food, bad service, expensive

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This is an awesome Sunday night joint! Best if you get there before the 7:00 rush. If you do get there during the rush we found that the wait is unappetizing. We got there at 6:00 had a great host and she came with great wine recommends. The owner(? ) manager was fantastic. He knew that we were waiting for a pizza with eggplant and met us as we were leaving with a complimentary piece. This place is definitely on our A-list!!!

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★★★★★

This is an awesome Sunday night joint! Best if you get there before the 7:00 rush. If you do get there during the rush we found that the wait is unappetizing. We got there at 6:00 had a great host and she came with great wine recommends. The owner(? ) manager was fantastic. He knew that we were waiting for a pizza with eggplant and met us as we were leaving with a complimentary piece. This place is definitely on our A-list!!!

Pros: Pizza, Salad, Service

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I must say that I go to Stoneground atleast once a week. I love the food, the service is great and I can get in and out within my lunch hour. I have taken several family members and friends to Stoneground and they have all raved about it. The Tiramisu is to die for and the pizza is an office favorite. Keep up the good work!

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★★★★★

I must say that I go to Stoneground atleast once a week. I love the food, the service is great and I can get in and out within my lunch hour. I have taken several family members and friends to Stoneground and they have all raved about it. The Tiramisu is to die for and the pizza is an office favorite. Keep up the good work!

Pros: Great Food, Friendly Staff, Excellent Service

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The best food, people, and comfort, around. The staff is very helpful the menu is great i have not once left there unhappy!

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★★★★★

The best food, people, and comfort, around. The staff is very helpful the menu is great i have not once left there unhappy!

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pizza crust thin and tasty, sauce has a unique flavor b. The chicken wing pizza was awesome. The wine and soda was great. The atmosphere was "cool" but the restaraunt was a bit warm being upstairs. The owner is great and frequently visits table to talk with you!

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★★★★★

pizza crust thin and tasty, sauce has a unique flavor b. The chicken wing pizza was awesome. The wine and soda was great. The atmosphere was "cool" but the restaraunt was a bit warm being upstairs. The owner is great and frequently visits table to talk with you!

Pros: great crust, atmosphere neet

Cons: complicated parking

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Stoneground used to be such a comfortable and friendly place to go. The new (?) menu is unimpressive and barely legible, the service is cold and condescending. The management is (proudly)under the owner's wife (i'm sure it must be a new owner) she's surely never worked in a restaurant before, this lady belongs in the courts bldg down the street with all the warmth she evokes. our last experience was certainly an embarrassment to us as we tried to show off our city to guests. The wife was the waitress too this time and was rude and stupidly dressed in a tattered old tanktop. We even overheard her nagging employees for all to hear! No wonder there's been turnover. We are desperately calling out to old employees and that cute guy who used to run the place - COME BACK! I've got business lunches and family dinners to hold!

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★★★☆☆

Stoneground used to be such a comfortable and friendly place to go. The new (?) menu is unimpressive and barely legible, the service is cold and condescending. The management is (proudly)under the owner's wife (i'm sure it must be a new owner) she's surely never worked in a restaurant before, this lady belongs in the courts bldg down the street with all the warmth she evokes. our last experience was certainly an embarrassment to us as we tried to show off our city to guests. The wife was the waitress too this time and was rude and stupidly dressed in a tattered old tanktop. We even overheard her nagging employees for all to hear! No wonder there's been turnover. We are desperately calling out to old employees and that cute guy who used to run the place - COME BACK! I've got business lunches and family dinners to hold!

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Oh how I USED to love Stoneground!!! I don't know if they got a new owner or a new chef but the things have changed and not for the better. The sauce on the eggplant parm sandwhich which somehow tastes slightly off. They used to have killer pasta salad and now it tastes like someone is trying to make it taste like the old but just can't get it right. THE SADDEST THING ABOUT THIS PLACE: THE AWARD WINNING TIRAMISU IS NO LONGER. Stoneground used to have the most excellent tiramisu that I have ever tasted. Now, there is a different taste, consistancy and dried out ladyfingers layering the bottom. If there wasn't a change in management or ownership - WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING??? Bring the old stuff back. If mngt is new, then I'm sorry - you're trying but you just ain't cuttin it.

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★★★★☆

Oh how I USED to love Stoneground!!! I don't know if they got a new owner or a new chef but the things have changed and not for the better. The sauce on the eggplant parm sandwhich which somehow tastes slightly off. They used to have killer pasta salad and now it tastes like someone is trying to make it taste like the old but just can't get it right. THE SADDEST THING ABOUT THIS PLACE: THE AWARD WINNING TIRAMISU IS NO LONGER. Stoneground used to have the most excellent tiramisu that I have ever tasted. Now, there is a different taste, consistancy and dried out ladyfingers layering the bottom. If there wasn't a change in management or ownership - WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING??? Bring the old stuff back. If mngt is new, then I'm sorry - you're trying but you just ain't cuttin it.

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If I could say one word, it would be Bruschetta. Mmmm. I have never had so good. Okay, so their pizzas and other entres are incredible too, but man, you have got to get the Bruschetta. Stoneground has a very cool atmosphere. Play pool while you are there. Sit at the high bar table that spans the windows and look over the city and the library. But seriously, get the Bruschetta. You wont be disappointed.

5
★★★★★

If I could say one word, it would be Bruschetta. Mmmm. I have never had so good. Okay, so their pizzas and other entres are incredible too, but man, you have got to get the Bruschetta. Stoneground has a very cool atmosphere. Play pool while you are there. Sit at the high bar table that spans the windows and look over the city and the library. But seriously, get the Bruschetta. You wont be disappointed.

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Used to live in Utah. Went back. Went to SG. Forgot how great the Chicken Parm is. The pizza crust is outta this world! Grandma's Pasta was made so perfect I didnt want my plate to end! They have the best salads!
They provide one of those eating experiences that stays with you for years.
Very affordable prices and the food is the best in SLC.
The service is definatley better when the place isnt packed. Sometimes having 2 servers is not so great when the resturant is full. But they werey on top of it. Drank a lot of beer before I got my food, took a long time.
I think they might need to fix the A/C. Worth the wait. Best food in Salt Lake! (not a child friendly environment...that's a good thing!)

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★★★★☆

Used to live in Utah. Went back. Went to SG. Forgot how great the Chicken Parm is. The pizza crust is outta this world! Grandma's Pasta was made so perfect I didnt want my plate to end! They have the best salads!
They provide one of those eating experiences that stays with you for years.
Very affordable prices and the food is the best in SLC.
The service is definatley better when the place isnt packed. Sometimes having 2 servers is not so great when the resturant is full. But they werey on top of it. Drank a lot of beer before I got my food, took a long time.
I think they might need to fix the A/C. Worth the wait. Best food in Salt Lake! (not a child friendly environment...that's a good thing!)

Pros: Nice Server, Beer Selection, Pizza

Cons: HOT, Busy, Snooty Patrons

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The good thing about this place is that they've got pizza slices for $1.50 on Tuesday for cheese and then you add toppings for $0.25 more. I'm not so sure how "authentic" this place is b/c the Margarita pizza didn't have any mozzerella balls on it (maybe they forgot??). The atmosphere is urban trendy, so it's a nice change for a pizza joint.

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★★★☆☆

The good thing about this place is that they've got pizza slices for $1.50 on Tuesday for cheese and then you add toppings for $0.25 more. I'm not so sure how "authentic" this place is b/c the Margarita pizza didn't have any mozzerella balls on it (maybe they forgot??). The atmosphere is urban trendy, so it's a nice change for a pizza joint.

Pros: Cheapy Tuesday, Atmosphere, Close to TRAX

Cons: Not authentic, So-so service

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We are new to Salt Lake and have been trying various restaurants. Stoneground has good, but far from great pizza and other food. I would give them no more than 7 out of 10...still the pizza is FAR better than "The pie", which continually comes out #1 in many surveys.

2
★★★★☆

We are new to Salt Lake and have been trying various restaurants. Stoneground has good, but far from great pizza and other food. I would give them no more than 7 out of 10...still the pizza is FAR better than "The pie", which continually comes out #1 in many surveys.

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I haven't had nearly enough traditional Italian style pizza to know if Stoneground's pizzas are authentic, but I really like the very thin, toppings to the edge, Italian style pizzas they serve. The Jalapeno poppers were very good. Service was good - we went on a Thursday night. Pool tables are attractive. The textured cement tables make me nervous about spilling my drink. Keep close tabs on the garlic powder shaker, someone always mistakes it for the parmesan.

2
★★★★☆

I haven't had nearly enough traditional Italian style pizza to know if Stoneground's pizzas are authentic, but I really like the very thin, toppings to the edge, Italian style pizzas they serve. The Jalapeno poppers were very good. Service was good - we went on a Thursday night. Pool tables are attractive. The textured cement tables make me nervous about spilling my drink. Keep close tabs on the garlic powder shaker, someone always mistakes it for the parmesan.

Pros: Good food

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It seems like "The Pie" is always rated at the top, is it because the pie serving is sooo overloaded with cheese? Come on now, quality is often better that quantity!

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★★★★★

It seems like "The Pie" is always rated at the top, is it because the pie serving is sooo overloaded with cheese? Come on now, quality is often better that quantity!

Pros: Good food, Fun crowd, Great beer

Cons: None, None, Parking?

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am from new york visiting salt lake city and i found this place through citysearch. i was hesitant after reading some of the bad reviews, but since there were more good reviews than bad, i decided to go and was very happy with the decision. i also saw an ad in a local paper about stoneground, advertising for all you can eat pizza and salad. i went with a party of 3 and we ordered some appetizers and a large pizza, that was more than plenty to share. the food was great. i would recommend this place to friends for hanging out- good food, good beer, pool. if i were staying in slc longer i'd probably go back, but there are other citysearch finds that i'd like to checkout before i head back to new york. but it was definitely worth coming here.

2
★★★★★

am from new york visiting salt lake city and i found this place through citysearch. i was hesitant after reading some of the bad reviews, but since there were more good reviews than bad, i decided to go and was very happy with the decision. i also saw an ad in a local paper about stoneground, advertising for all you can eat pizza and salad. i went with a party of 3 and we ordered some appetizers and a large pizza, that was more than plenty to share. the food was great. i would recommend this place to friends for hanging out- good food, good beer, pool. if i were staying in slc longer i'd probably go back, but there are other citysearch finds that i'd like to checkout before i head back to new york. but it was definitely worth coming here.

Pros: customer parking, good food, good service

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This is our favorite restaurant. My husband and I eat here every chance we get. You can't have a real Stoneground experience until you try the only dessert on the menu- the tirimisu- it is excellent! We love their pizza, and their house pasta. We have always had exceptional service and we've been there at least 15 times! In fact, we'll be there tonight!

2
★★★★★

This is our favorite restaurant. My husband and I eat here every chance we get. You can't have a real Stoneground experience until you try the only dessert on the menu- the tirimisu- it is excellent! We love their pizza, and their house pasta. We have always had exceptional service and we've been there at least 15 times! In fact, we'll be there tonight!

Pros: Inexpensive, Great Atmosphere, Delicious Food

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It was SIN night (Sunday) - all the pizza and salad you could eat for $9.95. We decided to stay.

I really wanted to try their bruschetta, but we had it in a pizza form - delicious. The crust was light which enpowered the ingredients on the pizza to taste their best. All kinds of different pizza's came out - you could have as many slices you wanted - if you have a favorite they would make it for you. The salad would have been better if it was made with a heartier lettuce (romaine) - the dressing was a balsamic - it was good.

Lastly, I had a Petite Syrah (not on the menu)recommended by a very knowledgeable gal that works there - thanks!

Kids loved the pool table, ok so did I.

I just wished I could have tasted the rest of the menu - next visit.

2
★★★★★

It was SIN night (Sunday) - all the pizza and salad you could eat for $9.95. We decided to stay.

I really wanted to try their bruschetta, but we had it in a pizza form - delicious. The crust was light which enpowered the ingredients on the pizza to taste their best. All kinds of different pizza's came out - you could have as many slices you wanted - if you have a favorite they would make it for you. The salad would have been better if it was made with a heartier lettuce (romaine) - the dressing was a balsamic - it was good.

Lastly, I had a Petite Syrah (not on the menu)recommended by a very knowledgeable gal that works there - thanks!

Kids loved the pool table, ok so did I.

I just wished I could have tasted the rest of the menu - next visit.

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I was about to give up on CitySearch's "Best of..." until I found StoneGround. Conveniently located across the street from the new library, StoneGround offers one of the best Pizzas we've had in SLC. But better than the pizza was the Tiramisu a luscious combination of flavors that was to die for. And yet better than the Tiramisu was the service. A lot of restaurants get got ratings for food but let their service go. Not StoneGround. Good service, Good food, good experience. Thanks StoneCround.

2
★★★★★

I was about to give up on CitySearch's "Best of..." until I found StoneGround. Conveniently located across the street from the new library, StoneGround offers one of the best Pizzas we've had in SLC. But better than the pizza was the Tiramisu a luscious combination of flavors that was to die for. And yet better than the Tiramisu was the service. A lot of restaurants get got ratings for food but let their service go. Not StoneGround. Good service, Good food, good experience. Thanks StoneCround.

Pros: food, service, good southern view

Cons: parking

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Good Pizza. We had the traditional white pie which needed a lot more ricotta and olive oil to be truly authentic. Friendly staff, quick service and a fun dining room made for a good time. Parking is a problem but it's right across from the library light rail stop so do the urban thing, save the planet, and avoid a DUI. Was pleasantly surprised to find they had a full bar.

2
★★★★☆

Good Pizza. We had the traditional white pie which needed a lot more ricotta and olive oil to be truly authentic. Friendly staff, quick service and a fun dining room made for a good time. Parking is a problem but it's right across from the library light rail stop so do the urban thing, save the planet, and avoid a DUI. Was pleasantly surprised to find they had a full bar.

Pros: pizza, service, full bar

Cons: parking, somewhat expensive

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The service is abominable. The owner/manager has his head up his butt. The food was great, but it wasn't worth waiting over an hour and a half. Our drinks weren't even refilled! When we complained about the terrible service the owner came over and proceeded to tell us about his pricing woes and trouble getting good help... but refused to do jack about it. The five of us vowed not to return - and haven't.

1
★★☆☆☆

The service is abominable. The owner/manager has his head up his butt. The food was great, but it wasn't worth waiting over an hour and a half. Our drinks weren't even refilled! When we complained about the terrible service the owner came over and proceeded to tell us about his pricing woes and trouble getting good help... but refused to do jack about it. The five of us vowed not to return - and haven't.

Pros: food

Cons: service, owner, prices

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Stoneground has an affordable menu, great service, and the food is excellent. The atmosphere is relaxed/casual with pool tables and dart board. The perfect place for a first date, or a special occasion. I eat there about once a month and have been going there since it was opened, and I have never been disappointed with the food or service. Highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

Stoneground has an affordable menu, great service, and the food is excellent. The atmosphere is relaxed/casual with pool tables and dart board. The perfect place for a first date, or a special occasion. I eat there about once a month and have been going there since it was opened, and I have never been disappointed with the food or service. Highly recommended.

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A group of friends went there to celebrate my Birthday, this was not our first time there. We love the food. The service was AWFUL. Took forever to get our food. Took another 40 minutes to get a refill on the water!!!! On top of that we didn't get our check for about 30 minutes, finally went up and asked. Then the waiter overcharged us. We finally spoke with the owner. He said " Its hard to run a small business in Utah" Well maybe if you got some better servers it would be a little easier. The food was amazing as always, just a tip, get take out!

1
★★★☆☆

A group of friends went there to celebrate my Birthday, this was not our first time there. We love the food. The service was AWFUL. Took forever to get our food. Took another 40 minutes to get a refill on the water!!!! On top of that we didn't get our check for about 30 minutes, finally went up and asked. Then the waiter overcharged us. We finally spoke with the owner. He said " Its hard to run a small business in Utah" Well maybe if you got some better servers it would be a little easier. The food was amazing as always, just a tip, get take out!

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Stoneground is a respectable restaurant, but too greasy to live up to its reputation. Salt Lake suffers from having no good local pizza establishments, and Stoneground is no exception. Even when compared against the weak competition, however, Stoneground still comes up average to poor.

1
★★★☆☆

Stoneground is a respectable restaurant, but too greasy to live up to its reputation. Salt Lake suffers from having no good local pizza establishments, and Stoneground is no exception. Even when compared against the weak competition, however, Stoneground still comes up average to poor.

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After waiting 40 minutes for our pizza, we called the owner over, saying that we were trying to catch a movie. The owner responded in an aggressive and very condescending manner: "Pizzas take up to 40 minutes, sometimes as long as an hour. There are two kinds of food: fast food and good food. If you want fast food go elsewhere." And he walks away. It also took 15 minutes to get our check from the server.

1
★★☆☆☆

After waiting 40 minutes for our pizza, we called the owner over, saying that we were trying to catch a movie. The owner responded in an aggressive and very condescending manner: "Pizzas take up to 40 minutes, sometimes as long as an hour. There are two kinds of food: fast food and good food. If you want fast food go elsewhere." And he walks away. It also took 15 minutes to get our check from the server.

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Stoneground has a charmingly warm ambience. The menu certainly looked very good. A lot of traditional Italian dishes, and some creativity as well. We tried the Chili Verde pizza, with red and green chilis, garlic oil, and pork. It was very good, and a great twist on pizza. The prices are a little spendy. I recommend you try it out when youa re in the mood for some good italian. Another fabulous Italian spot is Al Forno's!

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★★★★☆

Stoneground has a charmingly warm ambience. The menu certainly looked very good. A lot of traditional Italian dishes, and some creativity as well. We tried the Chili Verde pizza, with red and green chilis, garlic oil, and pork. It was very good, and a great twist on pizza. The prices are a little spendy. I recommend you try it out when youa re in the mood for some good italian. Another fabulous Italian spot is Al Forno's!

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This is great place with great food. We always go for quick pizza, wine and pasta or just some pool. We love it!

2
★★★★★

This is great place with great food. We always go for quick pizza, wine and pasta or just some pool. We love it!

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We always enjoy the food at Stoneground. It's nice to have pool tables also.

2
★★★★★

We always enjoy the food at Stoneground. It's nice to have pool tables also.

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A great place where one can go for great dining and a nice casual atmosphere. The staff/owner are very friendly and totally cool.

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★★★★★

A great place where one can go for great dining and a nice casual atmosphere. The staff/owner are very friendly and totally cool.

 

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