The Clubhouse offers an array of dining, meeting, socializing and entertainment facilities.
The main dining room can accommodate up to 200 people and houses a bandstand and parquet dance floor. Additional dining facilities include the Grill Room that accommodates 70 people and the screened porch that can easily service 110 in a less formal setting. Our kitchen is managed by an executive chef and turns out elegant gourmet meals as well as delicious, juicy burgers. And, they are happy to prepare your Catch of the Day after a successful fishing expedition.
Socializing takes place regularly in our bar overlooking the river, aptly named The River Bar and located right off of the pool area, which is the busiest spot on the island any sunny weekend. On those overcast days, a card game or two is known to break out in The River Bar and sometimes spills over into the attached Living Room.
The Conference Room can accommodate 30 person meetings and doubles as a Teen Lounge on weekend nights. It is equipped with all the high tech accoutrements needed for a professional function yet keeps the tech savvy youth busy on Saturday night while Mom and Dad kick up their heels a room away.
Dining Hours (reservations requested)
|Mon – Thu||Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|Breakfast||Closed||Closed||8-11 a.m.||8-11 a.m.|
|Lunch||12-6 p.m.||12-6 p.m.||12-6 p.m.||12-6 p.m.|
|Dinner||6-9 p.m.||6-10 p.m.||7-10 p.m.||6-9 p.m.|
|Bar Service||Noon-2 a.m.||Noon-2 a.m.||Noon-2 a.m.||Noon-2 a.m.|
Poolside Menu Available on Weekends 12 to 6 p.m.
At a time when life styles have become more informal, the Club has moved to accommodate these changes. To assist Members and Guests, the following are attire classifications and how they apply to Club events and grounds. If you see an infraction of the dress code, please refrain from commenting and simply notify the General Manager.
Attire for the dining room on most Saturday evenings includes slacks and a collared shirt (no shorts) for men. Men are welcome to wear a jacket and tie. Jackets may be removed after 9 p.m.. Ladies attire includes dresses, dress slacks, skirts and pant suits (no shorts).
Casual wear is permitted in the Clubhouse during the day and is suitable in our Dining and Grill Room in the evening, Monday through Friday and Sunday. On Saturday evening casual wear is permitted only in the Grill Room for dining and in the River Bar after 8:00 p.m. with one exception, shorts are not allowed in the clubhouse on formal evenings. Casual wear includes club shorts and collared shirts; it does not include pool attire, jeans, t-shirts or tank tops. Shoes must always be worn in the Clubhouse.
Formal attire is designated for Special Event evenings, men are requested to wear a jacket and tie, or black tie optional when indicated in the roster or calendar.
Theme nights are designated in the calendar and attire appropriate to the theme is encouraged.
On Saturday nights children over the age of six (6) must adhere to the dress code. The exception is for those children who are participating in activities in the teen room.
The dress codes above may be modified at the sole discretion of the Commodore or Vice Commodore for any given evening.
CLUBHOUSE AND GROUNDS
Casual wear is permitted in the Clubhouse during the day. Dress jeans are acceptable in the Clubhouse on pre and post season dates as indicated in the calendar. Shoes must be worn in the Clubhouse at all times.
Shirts are required to be worn on Club grounds except within the fenced pool area where swimsuit attire is appropriate. Swim wear with cover-ups are allowed in the River Bar before 5:00 p.m. Shirt and cover-ups are required to be worn to and from the pool area.
Inappropriate attire is not allowed in the Clubhouse at any time during the season for Members, their families, or their guests. This includes blue jeans, collarless t-shirts, swimming attire, and tank tops.
Gentlemen and male children must remove their hats before entering the Clubhouse except on designated theme nights.