On weekends, guests can enjoy luncheons at the Café as well. Hagen’s Clubhouse Restaurant is located at the Donald Ross Golf Course and offers a casual menu and scenic views of the course. Guests will find steaks, seafood and simple items like soup or salad. The Mansion at the Pete Dye Course is a wonderful lunch option at one of the highest points of Indiana, which means the view is spectacular! Seating is limited so it is best to call ahead. Casino Park Grill is open basically 24 hours per day and offers guests a way to enjoy a meal without worry about time. The place is rich with baseball history and charm and offers quick service for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
For quick, grab and go foods, guests can head to French Lick Mercantile or Xandau Coffee & Creamery. There is coffee, tea and other beverages to choose from as well as quick snacks for on the go, including pastries, sandwiches and ice cream.
Room service is available at both hotels located on the resort property. Guests can choose from a wide selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack items to enjoy in the privacy of their own rooms.
Power Plant Bar & Grill is THE spot for guests to enjoy a cocktail, live entertainment and great socialization. They also feature a menu of sandwiches, salads, soups and pub-fare. The historic charm of this lively hotspot has guests returning over and over. They are open Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to midnight and Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Ballard’s in the Atrium is a sophisticated bar/lounge under the dome and features many signature drinks such as the West Baden Signature Bloody Mary. Guests will love the ambience created by the skylights in the atrium for an outdoors feeling. They are open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. except Friday and Saturday until 1 a.m. Photo: French Lick Resort
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