I have been dining at Stonewood for about 6 years now. when we first discovered it, we would go there without the children for the peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, Our children were very young, and it was a nice get away. The food is consistantly good from salad to desert. The fresh sourdough bread is delicious and their coffee is really flavorful. The salads are always freshly prepared and dressings homemade. My favorite dish is the blackened chicken bowtie pasta with baby spinach, sundried tomatoes and asparagus. My husband loves everything on their oak grill from the fresh fish to the steaks. And to finish it off, try the chocolate bread pudding with bourbon butter sauce topped with vanilla bean ice cream! We spend every special occassion there and go as often in between as we can. Dinner for the two of us is usually around $50 without alcoholic beverages. Great place to take friends if you really want to make it a memorable time. Excellent wait staff, low lighting, easy to converse (not noisey) and just an all around great experience.
Karaoke/Dance nights on Fridays and Saturdays!! The DJ (DJ Shando aka Lano) really has fun with the crowd and gets you pumped. He's silly, makes you laugh, dances, and is just a great guys! If you're into singing then definitely check this spot out on Weds.-Sats (this is the only nights the DJ's there). He has managed to combine the fun pumped up feeling of being at the club with the open and relaxing environment of a bar...it's freakin' awesome! Great food, great music, and great people!
It's goth, emo, dark and scary. The DJs play the best music, I love 80's night. Hot and sweaty dancing. The go-go dancers are multi-gendered to say the least. Strong drinks, loud music, great set-up. Very Transylvania castle-like. It's so sacreligious, it is located in an old church in Ybor behind the movie theater. Whatever your orientation, you will meet someone there.