110 W. 9th Street, Michigan City, IN 46360 | (219) 879-8997
Stony Gardens has found the answer! No more dry turkeys, thankfully, due to an innovative hi-tech cooking process, which allows the turkeys to keep their flavor and natural juices, leaving only delicious taste and a moist bird. Stony Gardens has created the gourmet woodfire turkey infused with three succulent flavors – Herb & Garlic, Cajun and Caribbean Jerk.
Since traditional home cooking didn't seem to be the answer, the founders of Stony Gardens decided to take advantage of their engineering background and their passion for great flavor. The Stony Garden co-owners created a special smoker that would allow for the poultry to cook thoroughly, yet remain flavorful and juicy throughout. In 2009, Stony Gardens started selling its specialty turkeys for the holidays, relying on word-of-mouth advertising. With increasing popularity, the menu expanded and Stony Gardens recently opened its production facility in Michigan City, Indiana. Their signature woodfire cooking process was now applied not only to delicious turkeys - but to ribs, Cornish hens, turkey breasts, and chicken wings too.
This Thanksgiving holiday and Christmas season, Stony Gardens is expanding by offering nationwide shipping to its customers. Stony Gardens also offers catering services with a variety of southern-fusion choices such as greens, Caribbean salad, pasta salad, rice and beans, cornbread, peach cobbler and more.
Continuing to grow as a family-oriented business, the Stony Gardens team has now transformed into more than just turkey experts. In August 2012, Stony Gardens opened its newest restaurant, The Black-Eyed P, in Michigan City, Ind. The new restaurant offers food that is distinctly southern and deliciously fresh. Its southern-fusion cuisine mixes Caribbean, Cajun and southern flavors for a taste that is delectable and mouthwatering. View the menu & see hours of operation.
Stony Gardens offers catering, holiday turkeys for delivery or pick up, and event space for in its banquet facility at The Black-Eyed P.