The outdoor Sunset Terrace (available seasonally) offers guests a casual approach to fine dining. Menu choices include the Lettuce Summer Roll with sesame tuna, chilled noodles and Gochujang aioli; the Pittsburgh Salad with artisan greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, pickled onions, cheddar, and house cut fries, served with a basil buttermilk dressing; Amish Vegetable Wrap with grilled local vegetables, herbed quinoa, marinated olives, and feta, served with a lemon oregano vinaigrette; and sorbets such as Moscow Mule or Prickly Pear Margarita. Sunset Terrace also offers a children’s menu, with kid-friendly options such as hamburgers, grilled cheese, and hot dogs.
The Tavern offers guests pub-style fare for lunch and dinner in a relaxed atmosphere. Seating options include the bar, inside the restaurant, or the sidewalk café located near the 8500-gallon saltwater aquarium – a favorite with children. The menu includes fare such as the Harvest Salad, topped with feta cheese, tri-colored quinoa, balsamic roasted beets, roasted root vegetables, dried cranberries, and spicy roasted pecans; the Dagwood Sandwich, a triple stack of ham, turkey, roasted beef, Swiss cheese, cheddar cheese, cucumber, red onions, lettuce, tomato, and dijonaise on sour dough; Cocoa Seared Scallops, with bacon risotto and fresh vegetables coated with a chili pepper infused oil; the Coca-Cola Float with vanilla vodka, coke, and vanilla ice cream; and Pumpkin Tiramisu with ginger snap crumble, and a whiskey sauce. Gluten-free menu options are available.
The Caddyshack features a private smokehouse and rotisserie, providing guests with signature barbeque dishes and family favorites. Menu selections include Appalachian Trail Chili, topped with sour cream, cheddar cheese, and scallions; Watermelon and Feta Salad with pickled onion, cucumber, tomato, and crumbled feta, served with cantaloupe mint vinaigrette; Pulled Pork with barbeque sauce, white cheddar, and coleslaw, served on an onion roll; and Pumpkin Pound Cake, served with vanilla bean mascarpone mousse, and cranberry compote. A gluten-free menu is available.
P.J.’s Ice Cream & Pizza Parlor provides a variety of pizzas, salads, and 1950’s style ice cream to guests, who are seated in vintage automobile booths.
Otis & Henry’s serves classic American comfort food in a relaxed setting, complete with a brick fireplace. Menu selections include Grilled Bread with a garlic, tomato, mozzarella relish, and a mascarpone spread; Shrimp Po’ Boy with buttermilk battered shrimp, lettuce, tomato, pickle, and a Cajun remoulade; and Harvest Salmon with sweet potato hash, and apple butter.
Elements, located in the Woodlands Spa fitness facility, offers guests light fare with an emphasis on health. Menu choices include Melon Gazpacho; the Nicoise Wrap with mixed greens, green beans, asparagus, olives, grilled tuna, and quinoa, served with a white balsamic vinaigrette; The Pompe with avocado, lettuce, tomato, Swiss cheese, cucumber, and garlic Aioli, served on toasted sourdough bread; Baby Spinach and Berry salad with goat cheese and red onions, served with a walnut vinaigrette; as well as fresh fruit smoothies, fresh pressed juices, and yogurt parfaits.
Available seasonally, Mulligan’s provides a quick bite for golfers tackling the Mystic Rock Golf Course. Menu options include wraps and sandwiches. Domestic and imported beer are also available.
Orville’s, another seasonal eatery, is located in the field club, serving guests light fare such as sandwiches, burgers, and chili.
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