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Restaurant Review Round-Up: Stoney River

See what local residents are saying about Chesterfield restaurants.

In preparation for tomorrow's elections, the Restaurant Review Round-Up is checking out an establishment that specializes in that most American of meals: the steak. 

The beef in question is found at Stoney River, a steakhouse located next door to the Drury Inn at 377 Chesterfield Center. It bills its steaks as legendary and features a coffee-cured filet along with ribs, chops, shrimp and a catch-of-the-day. 

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Chesterfield Patch did a round-up of reviews to get a flavor of what people are saying about Stoney River. Add a review of your own right here on Patch, or put your opinions in the comments in the section below.   

From Patch:

Hector gave it 5/5 stars and said: "Best Steaks in town."

From Yelp:

Doug M. gave it 4/5 stars and said: "I went all in and got the bone in, cowboy cut, 22 oz ribeye.  It was excellent.  Cooked medium, it was tender and highly flavorful.  My wife got the coffee-cured 7 oz filet, a signature specialty.  It also comes in 10 oz size.  It is buttery, fork tender, and with a hint of corree flavor adding to the experience."

Barry B. gave it 3/5 stars and said: "This place is OK,  just a notch or two above Outback and quite a few notches below Morton's and the Charcoal House."

From Urban Spoon

Greg G. liked it and said: "Been here at least 15 times and always good ... Never disappointed. If you are not a steak eater, salmon is good but not the grouper. Highly recommend the Lodge filet with bernaise sauce on the side. Service is also consistently good."

Kelly Sleeper didn't like it and said: "Good place, just zero wow factor. For the price there are much better places to drop your cash."

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