Best beer bar in Delaware. No one else in the state has a constantly rotating tap list this good in the state. Cool neighborhood bar vibe inside, with a very friendly and knowledgable staff. The food is top notch with excellent daily specials. 25 taps and a great bottle list.
Unassuming location in a strip mall, but that mainly means there’s plenty of parking. The tap list is large and fairly heavy on the regional stuff. Bottle list has a fair amount of unusual stuff. Food is very tasty - I had the pierogies. The burgers looked amazing, I’ll have to have one next time. Very friendly service. Worth going out of your way to visit.
located in a nondescript shopping center. the place is built around a subway so it looks bigger on the inside than you think it would. The place definitely has a gastro pub vibe even with all the breweriana. They have a nice 20-25 tap list full of local and regional craft plus a pretty big bottle list. Given their location they had a ton of DFH but they also had other things equally as good. The service was laid back but also pleasant. The food was very solid as well. They have a couple of tv’s but they’re not prominent. It’s a good place to hang or for a date.
When Two Stones opened a year ago my only hopes were that it stayed open! Not only did it stay open; but, other places upped their beer game. The beer selection is beyond compare. The food is very good. The staff knows beer. Although the staff knowledge has dropped a little as the place has grown. I rate the ambiance as average because it really depends on when you are there. The bar area is almost perfect! If you are in the back area, well...not so perfect. You feel away from the action. The addition of a new location should help this out!
Probably my favorite local pub.
The beer selection is great - they tend to have a nice rotation of beers, so you can always try something new. Some of the beers tend to frequent more than others - you can get an Allagash White most days of the week. A beer can be a bit pricey. They can range from 3-6 dollars for an 8 oz. 16 oz can range from 5.50 - 10 dollars. However, I find the price worth it for a good beer.
The food is excellent. I’ve run into a few items I don’t care for, but I’m rarely disappointed. Like the beer selection, the menu has new additions and changes monthly - with favorites always available.
The wait staff tend to be knowledgeable and fast, but if it’s a busy night, they can disappear for a few. Also, have a back up beer chosen, kegs tend to kick fast around there.
Down sides are the size of the place. It isn’t large so waits can be long and the seating at the bar fills up. Weekends and special events do pack the house, so if you plan on going at those times, get there before 8 or call ahead.
Nice place with a very nice beer list. One of the best in the region. Kind of tight space. Waiter was very knowlegable. Price is on the high side for the region but the selection warrants the cost. Many beers are served from firkins which keeps the selection fresh, several new beers may come on tap during a stay. Very active social scene with monthly beer dinners and special events.
Draft List is Great. Bottle List does not change much. Prices are all over. Some seem to cheap other way to high. Food is average pub food. Some items are creative others are sloppily thrown together. Proper glassware though and the bartenders know their stuff. I will continue to drink here.