One of favorite places in Easton. All of the staff (Kelsey, Adam and Deborah) are phenomenal. The food is always delicious.
All Scotch or champagne, cozy setting, very knowledgeable and personable bartender. While only in for a nightcap after a show in town, food menu looks amazing.
A lovely place, outstanding service and the whisky drinkers had an excellent time learning from the knowledgeable server, who took time to answer questions, offer tastes. But the wine drinker among us was very disappointed. There was only one red wine on offer, it wasn't great, the pour not generous yet the price was $20. (We looked up the bottle later- it sells for $26). Cmon guys!
Most wonderful place. The 2 here are experts at their craft. Came for the scotch and it was unbelievable how quickly they understood my tastes and have perfect selections. Talked my wife into having champagne which when I tasted...wow one of the most amazing tasting things I've ever had. Period. For booze nerds this place is a must.
My family visited The Stewart last week and had an amazing experience! There were six of us, some of whom were not Scotch drinkers - but who did enjoy vintage champagne. We were renting a VRBO near Easton and my wife was researching a birthday dinner for me when she ran across The Stewart and it looked like it would be a great place since I like Scotch, but also it could be a special experience for all of us to enjoy given that some wanted to try Scotch, some like vintage champagne and there is wonderful food that all could enjoy. She contacted the restaurant since there were going to be six of us (due to Covid restrictions, most restaurants in this area at this time don't permit online reservations for groups of more than four) and they could not have been more helpful in setting up the dinner experience for us. The Stewart is intimate, seating around 14-16 at low tables and maybe another 6- 8 at the bar. The decor is reminiscent of an old English estate's den. When we arrived, we were greeted promptly and seated. The staff was wonderful. On being seated, we were offered the opportunity for a drink of scotch or champagne. The Scotch list is overwhelming so Adam, the bartender, asked if we had preferences and we told him to pick for us, which he did after asking about each person's tastes. He absolutely nailed it - finding one or more drams for each to try that matched up with the taste profile given to him and then expanding on it with the next offering. The rest of our group picked out a great bottle of champagne (or two) and were enjoying them. I think we ordered and shared almost every item on the menu. Our service could not have been better. Everyone's plates were removed or served at the same time by the waitstaff and the pacing made for a leisurely dinner as we ended up spending nearly three hours. The chef and assistant chef came out and introduced themselves so that we could personally thank them for an incredible meal. Our service could not have been friendlier or more welcoming. The bartender loved the challenge of finding scotches for both the experienced and inexperienced drinker. He educated us at the same time and never talked down to us or made us feel that we weren't sophisticated enough to appreciate what was being offered. Although somewhat pricey, I can say without hesitancy that the meal was worth every penny and then some. The service, atmosphere, and delicious food make this a very special place - I live in a large city and we don't have anything locally that comes close to what The Stewart offers, which is even more amazing as it is in the small town of Easton. If you don't drink Scotch or champagne, then you really won't appreciate what The Stewart offers, but for other dining experiences check Bluepoint Hospitality Group for other options. A couple of days later, we were in the market around the corner from The Stewart and one of the servers recognized us and came out to chat with us, and asked if I was
Great ambience and fine drinks selection. We had a few fantastic small plates and fine beer. We couldn't believe how many different bourbons were on the menu. Very knowledgeable and professional staff. I highly recommend this place!
This place is a gem. Could have been anywhere in the world, which makes it even more special to find this in Easton, MD. Service and scotch selection were impeccable.
Ah-mazing! Visited when my wife and I were in Easton for my wife's work. I love scotch, but my wife has never really enjoyed it. Our experience at The Stewart changed that for good. Adam and Debra were fantastic guides and helped my wife navigate the various styles from Speyside to Islay, and they also recommended a nice selection of small plates from the kitchen. Everything was delicious (participate the scallop in fashion and the heirloom tomato grilled cheese), and the timing of the plates was perfect. We had a very leisurely 3-hour tasting of scotch and victuals that was amped up by the cozy drawing room atmosphere. We really felt at home. Needless to say, there was an impressive range of single malt scotches, from a basic Glenfiddich to a very old and rare Macallan. I had a heavily peated Bruichladdich that was sublime. We are most definitely coming back!
Foodies ahoy! At The Stewart we provide an amazing culinary experience. Our experienced chefs have worked hard to bring you amazing food.
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