Stonehaven (Scottish Gaelic Cala na Creige) is a city in Kincardineshire, Scotland with about 11,431 inhabitants (2011), on the northeast coast of Scotland. Stonehaven is the capital of the historical county of Kincardineshire, or of today Aberdeenshire. The town developed to today's meaning of a fishing town in the Iron Age. In the 16th century the city Stonehyve or Stonehive was called. Stonehaven has a connection to the railway network in Scotland. 1992 was supposedly invented in the Carron Fish Bar in Stonehaven the Deep-fried Mars bar.