Great view of 18 and food was some of the best we had for lunch the whole trip. Try the chicken wrap.
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Great place to share a bite to eat before/after playing the Trails. Outdoor patio seating offers great views and drinks. Pot stickers were spicy and very flavorful. Paired with a great beer - perfect ending to a great day on the course!
Had lunch here and then breakfast the following day. Asian themed menu items with a few other options thrown in. Had the wings to start and was disappointed because of a lack of ant Thai flavor on them. The sliders are delicious and likely my...More
I had lunch and a family-style dinner buffet at Trails End. The chicken wrap with Brown rice was tasty, well-prepared and a nice alternative to your typical burgers, hot dogs and fries golf course fare. One evening our group of 19 dined at Trails end...More
We stopped here after playing and had soup and salad but the soup was extremely spicy hot (Red curry soup) but painfully so. One person opted for the chili and that was quite good and a much better choice. The wines (sauvignon blanc and chardonnay...More
We didn't eat here, but this was a nice place to watch golfers finish and have drinks. Sundown would be nice too.
I only ate here for breakfast, but I must say I thought it was very good. They have some different / unique choices on the menu which is nice. The prices are reasonable. The service is excellent, but I believe the kitchen is small and...More
Great place, great food, great atmosphere.. lots of of energy. Disappointed that they no longer offer dinner. Lighter fare than McKee's Pub. Food is definitely more hip, flavorful and current - seafood lead with other great options. Gallery is also very nice, but much more...More
Overlooking the course and the sunset a few minute shuttle from main Lodge. Yes it is pricey and about $75 to $100 per person. Yes it simple lodge décor but a guys place. The kitchen is open and the food is high quality - we...More