With having a child free weekend Gaz thought we should try a child free restaurant (Who knew such things existed?!! The Stone Grill Blackpool is exclusively for over 14s only.
Considering the weather I think we scrubbed up alright!
Where is The Stone Grill?
Located on the north end of the premenade it has a tram stop just a short walk away both to and from the main strip of Blackpool.
The dress code is smart casual and as I mentioned above only guests over 14 can dine here.
Phone: 01253 595 199 Email: email@example.com
The Stone Grill 272-274 Queens Promenade Blackpool FY2 9HD
Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: Open 6pm (last booking is 8.45pm)
Saturday: Open 5pm (last table booking is 9pm) Sunday: Open 5pm (last table booking is 8.45pm)
The menu of course is full of various cuts of steak, but they do also have some other options for those who want to try something else.
Click the images to make the bigger to read the full menu or you can find it on their website
Ordering is done via the Buzz-It app which I loved, no waiting around to grab someones attention! Just scan the QR code and place your order.
We started off with the Chicken Bites and BBQ dip (me) and Spicy Chicken Wings (Gaz) and they were just enough to get us through the wait for our mains.
I went for the 8oz Rump steak and Gaz chose the Meat Platter, which consists of approz 4oz of Rump, Sirloin and Ribeye. We both had fries and onions rings as sides.
Your steak comes out seasoned ready to cook, each of you get your own cooking stone. These are eyewateringly hot so you really do have to be careful around them!
I thought I was being clever dumping my whole steak on and expecting it to cook, which it did, slowly. When I realised you should cut it into strips and cook the strips individually it cooked alot quicker.
The steak was amazing, considering we basically cooked it ourselves! It was good to be able to just pop it back on the stone if it wasn’t quite right and the stone also kept it hot.
We of course had to also sample the dessert menu and went for sharing a Chocolate Fudge Cake and ice cream. The Rosé I had was Jack Rabbit White Zinfandel and was nice enough that I didn’t need to add loads of lemonade to it.
The total cost of our meal was an eye watering £87.81. It was a really unique experience and it’s not very often we get to enjoy a meal without the kids so it was worth splashing out on.
Would we visit The Stone Grill again?
Yes but we probably wouldn’t go all out as we did but the food was really good and it has a lovely atmosphere. The staff were also really friendly and polite.
If you happen to visit Blackpool The Stone Grill is definitely worth a visit in our opinion.
Follow me on Social Media just click to go straight to my profile
Or join my mailing list below – We promise not to share your information and only contact you with information related to my blog and posts