Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy a fresh, earthbound meal with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of contemporary American fare and non-alcoholic drinks at Stone's Throw Bar & Grill in Mt. Laurel.
Stone's Throw Bar & Grill serves contemporary American cuisine made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Daily menus reflect offerings from regional farmers, including the watercress salad, bursting with a harvest of avocados, corn, citrus supremes, goat cheese, and toasted cumin-lime vinaigrette ($7). A plate of fried green tomatoes ($8) works as a home-style opening act for the simple grilled fish, which is served on a bed of caramelized-onion-basil mashed potatoes ($23). Sides such as cheese grits and braised collards ($4 each) sing backup for the Meyer Ranch burger's ($9) protein-packed rock ballad. Splitting desserts of white-chocolate bread pudding ($6) and chocolate truffle tart ($7) prevents hurt feelings on the side of the delicious dessert menu.
Natural light and bright cheery surroundings complement the upscale décor inside Stone's Throw Bar & Grill, where chef Chris Harrigan gives organic ingredients the star treatment, with dressing rooms for every vegetable and private trailers full of fan mail for their all-natural cuts of meat. A friendly and attentive staff is always on hand to give customers the star treatment as well.
Dine-in only. Not valid for alcohol; not valid on holidays.
Stone's Throw Bar & Grill was featured in Birmingham magazine:
- On a recent visit, other entrées of note included a wonderfully flavorful and crisp Southern-fried quail, chicken cooked in the wood-fired oven, and a house-cured pork chop with mashed sweet potatoes. The curing process gives it a rich, ham-like flavor. Appetizers and desserts are designed for sharing, reflecting Stone's Throw's more laid-back vibe. – Jason Horn, Birmingham
3 Mt. Laurel Ave.
Birmingham, Alabama 35242Get Directions