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.
A new place still seemingly trying to work out the kinks. Waitress had no clue on the difference between an IPA or a Stout. Food portion was very small. Draft list didnít match what their website listed. Had some rare bottles but the cost was extreme!
sloth (81) Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland | July 6, 2011
Really enjoyed this place! Wife and i went on a wednesday afternoon, lunch. Place was clean and well lit with sunlight. TVs were on but the volume was down on all of them, which is how i like it. Decent music, up to date. Not a large bar but good sized with a dining area off the back. Service was very good. The young lady knew good beer and was really attentive. Granted it was,nt real busy. Beer selection was very good. 3 drafts that i had not had before, all local of course though, DFH and Evo. But still. Food was real good pub grub, nice portions for the price and some a bit eclectic i,d say. Bottle selection was impressive also. Prices were fair on both beer and food. Different serving sizes also a bonus. 8 oz. up to 18 oz.. Free samples before you buy a beer if youd like is nice also. Easy access and plenty of parking. The pissery was nicely clean also. Worth the stop. Diggin this place. I will be back!
GMCC2181 (81) Newark , Delaware | May 3, 2011| Updated February 14, 2013
I visited Two Stones on a Sunday night. It was quite, small. Bar holds 20 people or so. There are tables and small dining room. 25 drafts of the good stuff. Lots of DE beers such as EVO, DFH.... Close to a hundred bottles available. Everything from pale ales to barleywines. They said they were going to have two cask up and running soon. They have a Randell on Wednesdays and sales of their big bottles on thursdays. Food: was fresh and good, small menu. Staff was friendly and was knowlegable about craft beer. The only knock on them is they charge absurd prices for some of the beers.