Our first dinner at the new (it opened last fall) Two Stones Pub in the Jennersville shopping center was a pleasant one. I expected to see burgers and sandwiches on the dinner menu, but there were also full dinners. I ordered the crab cakes with asparagus, potatoes and beet vinaigrette, and my dinner buddy had the pork schnitzel with green beans, potatoes and mushroom gravy. Both of them were delicious and attractive. I indulged in dessert as well, a multi-layer slice of vanilla cake with peanut butter mousse, chocolate ganache and whipped cream.
(Friends have also told me that the teriyaki salmon is always perfect and have also recommended the turkey burgers and butternut squash soup.)
We are not beer drinkers, but of course there's an extensive menu dedicated just to beer, and I heard our waitress offering samples to other customers who weren't sure whether they'd like a certain brew.
The bar part of the pub is nearest the door, and when we arrived at 6 p.m. every bar stool was occupied, as was nearly every table. The hostess said that 15 minutes earlier the place had been quiet. It wasn't a problem at all, though, as we were seated right away, and in a quieter section. As we were walking to our table I recognized two tables full of friends from the Jennersville Y, which is just a stone's throw away.