Address: 6261 Nesbitt Rd., Madison, WI
Casual, Comfortable, Delicious. Built in 1855 and located on a five acre estate. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, a truly memorable dining experience.
The Stone House celebrates Wisconsin's heritage of comfort foods. Dinners commemorate the pioneers and settlers prominent in Wisconsin's history. Dining in one of the six antique filled parlors is a trip into the past.
The Stable Grill, a restored horse stable, is connected by tunnel, features Wisconsin tap beers, wines, and casual dining in the hay lofts. Dinners commemorate the original settlements in the area. Friday fish fry and Saturday prime rib. Entertainment on weekends.
What Makes Us A Madison Original?
The Stone House Restaurant: Built in 1855 and on the National Register of Historic Places and showcases Wisconsin’s heritage of comfort foods. A memorable dining experience that is a trip into the past!
The Stable Grill: Connected by tunnel is the restored horse stable, featuring local craft beer, local wines, and casual dining in a rustic setting. Know for it’s fabulous Friday Fish Fry and friendly service.