Stonewalls sells self at market
A little bit of income, but a lot of exposure.
That's the motivation behind Stonewalls' owners Kim and Tim Burke's participation in the weekly Wednesday Farmers Market at Marco's Veterans Community Park.
At the market, Kim Burke dispenses Lavazza Italian coffee, as well as an assortment of flavored muffins, seafood chowder, meatballs, chicken salad, meatloaf and corned beef sandwiches. The eats all sell at around $5, give or take a buck or so, while the restaurant fare is much broader.
There are burritos, omelets, flatbreads and sides for breakfast, while typical lunch and dinner items include pizza, salads, giant baked potatoes, soups, "Stonedogs" and pasta dishes, separate dinner specials are also available.
Even on the lunch and dinner menus, you won't find much over $12, with averages ranging from about $5 to $10.
"It's value for money," says Burke, who took over the restaurant in 2012, and still adheres to the original motto of "Fine food … fast."
The restaurant, in a standalone building near Marco Walk and the Hilton resort, is open 7 days a week from 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Website is marcostonewalls.com, and the contact number is 389-1995. Take out is available, and seating is either inside or outside. The restaurant also caters for off-site functions.