Community—something we at Stone’s Steakhouse share a great passion for. The people, history, and culture of Central New York influence all we do at Stone’s Steakhouse. Owner April Stone seeks to source ingredients from local producers where ever possible for the freshest and most wholesome dishes, and discerning guests can taste the difference. We bring products straight from the farm to your table, and that’s something you won’t find everywhere. We’re committed to offering guests exceptional food, and we believe that comes from sourcing products grown and raised right here, in Central New York.
Our mouthwatering menu is filled with locally sourced products. Creative dishes with unique flavors are made every day and can only come from the Stone’s Kitchen. Every slab of beef, breast of chicken, and fresh-picked green is treated with care and brought to its fullest potential by our kitchen staff. Stone’s Steakhouse believes in giving guests the best, and we’ve found it right here in our own backyard.
Our commitment to fresh, local, and delicious cuisine has distinguished us among other steakhouses, and we only plan on getting better. Providing a one-of-a-kind dining experience for every guest is our goal. We’re a Big City steakhouse in Syracuse, NY; we’ve taken this traditional idea and elevated it to a whole new level, bringing our farm to your table. We only use the best cuts of beef, and with locally-sourced products and an exquisite menu, Stone’s steakhouse offers a dining experience like no other. Be sure to join us for an experience you will remember.
We have recently added the former Borio’s restaurant and banquet facility to our family, now known as Stone’s Lakeside. For casual dining in an incredible lakefront setting, please visit us there. We are now able to accommodate any groups up to 180 at that location.
Take a look at this episode of Painting the Town with Eric Dowdle, where Stone’s Steakhouse was featured! Our dedication to buying local and bringing food from our farm to your table brought Eric Dowdle to Syracuse, and April couldn’t have been more pleased to share her inspiring story.