Syracuse, NY 13214

315-214-5408

New York Steakhouse in Syracuse, NY

Steak with bacon-wrapped asparagus.

The Perfect Steak Begins with the Best Beef

Raised right here in Central New York, Black Angus beef from Green Acres farm serves as the inspiration for Stone’s Steakhouse.

Owner April Stone and her brother Mike Favaloro co-own Green Acres, located in Marathon, NY where cattle raised in a wholesome, humane environment produce the best quality, full-flavored beef.

Supporting Local Farms

Stone’s supports CNY farms and businesses by buying local whenever we can. From produce to cheese to honey and syrups, we believe local is always better.

Green Acres beef is featured on our menu, as well as chicken from Jones Family Farms, seafood from Foley’s, and Certified Angus Beef beef from farms throughout the region.

Steak with bacon-wrapped asparagus.

Happy Hour Specials!

$5 Tapas
$15 Wine Flights
$6 Beer Flight
$5 Well Drinks
$1 off Wine by the Glass
$1 off Draft Beers

Delicious Dining. Decadent Dining Room

Enjoy classic dishes, composed plates, and an evolving array of specialties in our upscale, mid-century modern dining room featuring glass, polished wood, rich leather and cut-marble furnishings.

Enjoy classic dishes, composed plates, and an evolving array of specialties in our upscale, mid-century modern dining room featuring glass, polished wood, rich leather and cut-marble furnishings.

All the Glamour of a Classic Barroom

Begin your evening at Stone’s with a visit to our centerpiece bar. With soft lighting and a beautiful white onyx bar top, a drink enjoyed here is unlike any other. Savor an expertly prepared martini at one of our high top tables, relax with an old fashioned in one of our swivel egg chairs, or take a seat at the bar and watch our professional mixologists in action.

For special events, we offer The Boardroom, an exquisitely appointed, private dining area for celebrations, private parties, and meetings with seating for up to 40 guests.

Contact us to make reservations at our New York steakhouse in Syracuse.

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