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Stonehouse Wood Fire Grill - Free Beer!

Fire-grilled cooking the way it was intended (and with free beer for Trailer Friends)! On a quest to make a concept built on a better menu where the "Food Matters" led chefs Chris P. and Eric D. to open The Stonehouse Wood Fire Grill. Disappointed with the same old gourmet burger options and so-called Greek restaurants that use lower quality ingredients, Chris and Eric decided to make their own 100% Leg of Lamb Pita wrap and a 7oz Angus Burger that can compete with the best, the Stonehouse Burger.

After experimenting with options, the team developed the Stonehouse menu with a unique blend of signature 100% Angus beef burgers, delicious wood fire grilled pita wraps, marinated wood fire kabobs, & toasty gourmet sandwiches. Don't worry, there are also vegetarian options on the menu and they make almost everything from scratch! 

If you have not tried Stonehouse before, you are seriously missing out! Eric, the owner of Stonehouse, has even sweetened the deal and offered free beer for Trailer Friends during this event! 

Remember to BYOB (if you want more than the free beer Stonehouse is providing) and come on out for an amazing dinner and fun evening with friends!

The trailer has a great lot with plenty of tables, shade trees, and yard games, located a quarter of a mile west of the intersection at 620 and Anderson Mill, across from Apple Sport Imports. It is only about a 20 minute drive from central Austin and the incredible food is well worth it! 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    If your coming from the south it would be better for you to take 183 to Anderson mill instead of 2222. Bad accident just happened and traffic is clogging up.

    March 5, 2014

  • Jay

    ...and I just heard from Stonehouse that they have the free beer ready for us!

    March 5, 2014

  • Jay

    Looks like we will have a dry evening for some great food! The sun is supposed to peek out this afternoon, but still bring a coat for tonight. Or just keep yourself warm with BYOB. Or both. See y'all soon!

    March 5, 2014

  • Jason V.

    Can't make it.

    March 4, 2014

  • Jay

    Stonehouse has delayed their move, but this event shall go on! The location has been updated to their old/current spot, near 620 and Anderson Mill. It is a little drive, but only about 20 minutes from central Austin and *well* worth it!

    January 25, 2014

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