Sticks N Stones Restaurant and Event Center

Restaurant
1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard, Uncasville, CT 06382 1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard, Uncasville Directions
Today 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM Closed All Hours
+18608622525
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33% of 18 customers recommended

Adventurous foodies and conservative diners come together at Sticks N Stones Restaurant and Event Center, a Montville gem that knows how to please a wide range of tastes.

About this Business

  • Hours
    Sun-Wed
    4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Thu
    11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    Fri-Sat
    11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Tips

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11 Tips
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Report | 2 years ago
Lackluster presentation, taste. Horrible slow service, no atmosphere. Restaurant run very poorly. Not worth it at all
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Report | 2 years ago
I highly recommend this Groupon! We had an amazing night out on our Groupon for six people!!!! What a night!!! Laughter, fantastic specialty drinks and great food with our friends. Host Chef Sandy Squillante and Sous Chef "Beefcake" are star quality entertainment in this "on the set" Cooking Show! I must add that the service was amazing as well! Drop in to Sticks and Stones and see for yourself! :)
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Report | 2 years ago
While the show host was the perfect personality, they didn't start the show nor serve any food until 1.5 hours after our reservation. They claimed to be waiting for more people to arrive; we shouldn't have to wait for others poor planning. The "first course" was buffet style fondue cheese and tasted like velveeta. Everyone in the audience had to go up to this small 4' table with 3 cheese fondue pots and bring it back to their table, not exactly relaxing. Then the dj was blasting 80s music and strobe lights during the show, making it impossible to hear. The last straw was when they tried serving salad buffet style. One large bowl and a small plate for everyone. I've NEVER heard of buffet fondue and didn't wait to see how we'd have to eat the entree. We walked out and lost out on the money we spent on our groupon. We had a much better dinner at Michael Jordan's.
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Report | 2 years ago
Cooking shows was awesome. Good variety food. Kids enjoyed too. Overall great experience.
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Report | 2 years ago
No 3 course dinner available - no dessert fondue while they transition to new management. Also the Groupon doesn't say this, but you have to use it on a Friday because that is when the cooking show is.
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Report | 2 years ago
I didn't expect a buffet style meal, and the "show" was a cooking show where they didn't actually cook - the products were already cooked and ready. The chef didn't even know where the utensils were. It started late too, which was annoying. If you say it starts at 7, then don't start at nearly 8! The buffet was meager, more like tapas than a meal, and consisted of a few pieces of stale bread with a cheese fondue - there wasn't enough fondue for all those attending the show - followed by a cup of tomato soup, a little salad, a sandwich slice, and deep fried meatballs. At each little food trial, there was not enough food for all those attending. Disappointed with the whole thing, we left before the dessert, as did several others, and went on to eat a real meal at another restaurant in the casino. Won't ever go back to this restaurant.
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Report | 2 years ago
I went to the place on a Tuesday to use the groupon, because it didn't state when the show was, and was told only at Friday's at 7 could it be used. So I made an appointment with my husband and friends, yet ate on Tuesday at Sticks and Stones to make sure the groupon was worth it. Tuesday and the Friday dinners were on two separate spectrums. Tuesday was amazing fondue and service. The Friday show was terrible. The seating, service, and food from the show and restaurant was awful. Groupon or restaurant said it would be open seating to anyone, which was terrible since the lighting was directly at our faces. The fondue was awful and the dinner was burnt on outside, almost raw on the inside. Our waitress was being pulled everywhere and never offered to refill our drinks. Plus I was naturally excited for the dinner part since I had been there previous for it, yet my friends and I received Fish and Chips....fried food that was again stated not cooked right and mainly with a cold side. If you are trying to gain business, this was not it. I wish my groupon was worth the money on this, but I would have paid $120 again for me and my husband to have two fondues cheese and chocolate of our choice, and a meal with the hot stone over this promotional show. I could have paid $20 to make all of it myself and have it at home. I was rooting for this one. Just swung out.
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Report | 2 years ago
Service was slow and the place wS empty. The stone part of stocks and stones is precooked meat or veggies that you "cook" at the table on the stone. Foods was fair to poor. Too much gimmick, poor quality
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Report | 2 years ago
Terrible food and service, never again.
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Report | 2 years ago
Very unorganized , understaffed food was cold, small amounts of food, we left hungry! Not happy
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From Our Editors

Romancing the Pan will be hosting a live cooking show with Chef Sandy. Guests will be taught innovative recipes and classic dishes that go back to Chef Sandy’s Italian roots. Guests will also enjoy a 3-course dining experience beginning with a French cheese fondue and ending with Swiss chocolate fondue. Guests will experience a fun and unique cooking show while learning how to make these recipes at home.

Cheese Fondues

Melted blends of seasoned artisanal cheeses come with gourmet breads baked in-house along with fresh, locally sourced fruits and vegetables.

  • Classic: A trio of cheeses—monterey jack, gruyère, and Vermont sharp cheddar—is flavored with local beer, mustard, and garlic.
  • Goat cheese and maple: Creamy goat cheese from Westfield Farm is combined with monterey jack and gruyère cheeses along with white wine, rye whiskey, and pure maple syrup from Vermont.
  • Southwest: Melted monterey jack, manchego, and Vermont sharp cheddar are mixed with Corona lager, chipotle peppers, cilantro, lime, scallions, and salsa for a Southwest-inspired option.
Dessert Fondues

Dessert fondues are served with seasonal fruits, marshmallows, sponge cake, and pretzels for dipping.

  • Chocolate Heaven: Chocolate-lovers can rejoice with this chocolatey mixture of semi-sweet chocolate, cream, and amaretto.
  • Black and White: Semisweet chocolate and white chocolate are blended with Kahlúa, vanilla, and cream for a dessert that promises the best of both worlds.
  • Eggnog: For a holiday-inspired chocolate fondue, try this sweet combination of white chocolate, eggnog, and spiced rum.
Craft Cocktails
  • TBD: Thai basil, Flor de Caña lite rum, ginger root, and fresh lime is used to create this refreshing, Asian-inspired cocktail.
  • Not So Old-Fashioned: A sophisticated take on a classic, this libation is made with Woodford Reserve bourbon, saffron, coriander, chili thread, and aromatics.
  • The Nitro Mule: This high-tech take on the Moscow Mule blends Deep Eddy vodka with clarified lime and spicy ginger beer all frozen into a sorbet that trades ice for liquid nitrogen.

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Sun-Wed
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thu
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Fri-Sat
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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