Love this place. Beautiful old mansion, authentic decor that reflects its history. The first time I visited this lovely place was to attend a wedding reception. It was one of the most elegant receptions that I have attended. I have been a customer ever since. The food is elegantly prepared, the service has consistently been excellent. A truly unique dining experience.
Great place for great food and a beautiful atmosphere.
I liked that we were valeted as soon as we pulled up. When we walked in the door we were greeted and seated immediately. The place gives off a very comfortable, relaxing and romantic feel. The decor of the place is beautiful and warm. Anyone with taste would appreciate it. My fiancee and I chose the four course meal and from start to finish everything was presented beautifully. The food and our waitress was outstanding. We can't wait to return.
Julius & Raphaelle
Very Disappointed. Had to look around for someone to seat us at 8pm on a Saturday Night! The band was very late as we finished our meal before they started. The salad was no more than some green lettuce from a bag and tasted like it. The Chef should be embarassed to serve the Lobster Thermidore and the waitress should refuse future customer requests of this tiny tiny meal. I sent it back and my Wife ate alone then I ate my substituted meal (veal buca very good) alone. Service was hard to get as they were more interested in their friends. At least they gave us a couple drinks at no charge. Apparently the economy has caused them to scrimp on things. Past trips were great !
Go Somewhere else!. We came as a table of 8 to this restaurant for New Year's Eve dinner and were incredibly disappointed. First we were seated 45 minutes late for our 8:00 reservation and crammed into a hallway left to wait with very few apologies. Everything from the menu to the desserts look like something of a mediocre dining venue, not fine dining. The martini my husband ordered dirty was served with no garnishes, no olives and in a tumbler with no ice....very tacky. The waiter was friendly, but had no fine dining training. The food was pretty decent, but nothing worth mentioning. All in all, the place was beautiful, but everything comprising it was unfortunately not. Save yourself a trip and check out somewhere like Willow or Palate for fine French/Italian dining.
Fine Dining? Award Winning?? I don't think so.
Forced to valet park, not met or greeted (wondered if there was anyone there? should we just wander in and sit down?) TVs in the bar. Decor something out of the fifties or sixties. As one of our guests said the waitress was friendly but more at home with check tableclothes - no formal training whatsoever and snatched plate away from my wife while she was still eating! Food was quite nice and reasonably priced, wine was reasonable but wine list really not very extensive. As another reviewer said this would be pretty average for a casual dining restaurant, but in now way constitutes fine dining - romantic, no way. Finally no one took any notice of us after we'd paid so we just got up and walked out....
Best Restuarant North of Pgh. All i have are positive things to say about the stone mansion resturant. I have been to many restuarants in Pgh and all over Pa. and this is by a long shot the best restuarant i have been to in years. Truthfully the one negative reveiw i read before deciding to enter my own really disturbed me. My husband and i went to stone manion for our 3 yr anniversary dinner it was over the top freindly , the waitress was excellant and accomodating. The menu is extensive and the food , on a scale of 1-10 is a 10+ the p[rices are more than reasonable for the quality of the food. I highly recommend the seafood platter!!! A gentleman came to every table and checked on you after you had eaten. By far one of the best ever!!!!!!!!
less than fine dinning. Friends and I had a birthday dinner there last evening. The waiter was not experienced but friendly. The food was adequate, but not outstanding. They were out of scallops by 8:30pm. There is live music at 8pm. It is valet parking only. The exterior is impressive, but the interior looks like a handy man?s special. I can?t believe that they covered up much of the mansion's history in architecture. The main bar uses T-111 on the ceiling for example. The lower dining area smelled a bit like "sewer". The one redeeming aspect was when I only said that my food was spicy and they immediately took it of the bill, well ... then they forgot and then gave me a gift certificate to return. I gave the certificate to one of the others, since I don?t plan on going back. I gave this a below average since they claim to be "fine Dining", if they were a considered a casual dining then they would have got an average from me.
User review by dzeller.
The anniversary party for my parents on Saturday night was a resounding
success. You and your staff made it a memorable occasion that will be
talked about for a long time! Thank you for you attention to detail and
your kindness. Stone Mansion was the perfect place !!!
The Best Day. My husband and I were married here and we couldn't have asked for more. The food was incredible and I can't wait to go again. The owner and staff were helpful and made our day go as smoothly as possible.
Enjoy tasty food and unique atmosphere at this upscale but unstuffy Sewickley tradition..
The Mansion is massive, yet maintains its coziness by leaving its rooms as they once were. The library showcases a historic book collection; the billiards room echoes with the clink of a cue scattering a tight rack; and the lounge, which boasts a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, is vintage elegance. This is a great place for a special occasion.
Enjoy a variety of luscious morsels in any of the rooms: shrimp and crab portobello with mashed sweet potatoes in the Billiard Room, crab cakes in the Great Room and favorite wines throughout. The German Piesporter, an inexpensive yet delightfully light wine, is perfect for seafood or poultry.
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