After graduating from The University of Alabama, Crystal decided to further her life experience, and move to New York City. It was at that time that Crystal realized her passion for the Culinary Arts. It was actually a passion that was there all along, from playing restaurant as a child to asking her mother to buy caviar at the grocery store.
While in Manhattan, Crystal obtained a degree in Culinary Arts from The French Culinary Institute, now known as The International Culinary Center. While in school, she worked as a server and bartender at a few NYC establishments. Upon graduation, Crystal moved to Atlanta to hone her newly acquired skills.
While in Atlanta, she worked at several notable restaurants, including, Tom Colicchio's Craft Atlanta, The St. Regis Hotel and Buttermilk Kitchen.
After having worked in every facet of the hospitality industry, an opportunity for ownership presented itself and she took it. She moved back to Marshall County, and began working on the new concept. Old Town Stock House was born. She is excited to share her handcrafted creations with you.
The building, where the restaurant presently resides, was built in 1901. It was originally used as the storage room for the Rexall Drugstore which was located downstairs. Crystal, being the nostalgic person that she is, really wanted to incorporate some of Guntersville's rich history in the name that she chose.
She decided on Old Town Stock House.
Our house cocktails are intricately curated with balance, flavor, and seasonality at the forefront. Staying true to our southern roots, we provide fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients in each drink.
Have a splash, or two. Cheers!
Our current dining service hours are:
Our dinner menu rotates seasonally, and is designed to encompass all of our local produce from multiple farms in the surrounding area. We strive to accommodate each guest with gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options.
For any information or FAQ's, please contact us by email.