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Friday, December 09, 2016 

 





 CLUBHOUSE & SHORE: DINING
If interested in booking a private event at the Club or for special requests, contact
Clubhouse Manager , Caroline Cosgrove
CCosgrove@seawanhaka.org
(516) 922-6200 ext.111

Clubhouse Dining Schedule
In-Season Schedule (Memorial Day- Labor Day)

A la Carte Lunch
Wednesday-Sunday (1200-1430), Club Casual Attire

A la Carte Dinner
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday (1800-2100)
Jacket & Tie in Dining Room, Club Casual in Model Room
             
Friday (1800-2200)
Jacket required, Tie optional in Dining Room, Club Casual in Model Room

Salty Dog at the Main Clubhouse
Sunday (1730-2000), Club Casual Attire

Main Bar
Wednesday-Saturday (1200-2230)
Sunday (1200-2000)
Club Casual Attire


Clubhouse Dining Schedule
Off-Season Schedule (Labor Day-Memorial Day)

Chef's Informal Lunch-Buffet Style
Friday (1200-1430), Club Casual Attire

A la Carte Lunch

Saturday-Sunday (1200-1430), Club Casual Attire

A la Carte Dinner
Friday (1800-2100)
Jacket required, Tie optional in Dining Room, Club Casual in Model Room

Saturday (1800-2100)
Jacket & Tie in Dining Room, Club Casual in Model Room

Salty Dog at the Junior Club (during winter sailing season)
Sunday (1200-1430), Club Casual Attire

Main Bar
Friday (1700-Closing) 
Saturday (1200-2030)
Sunday at the Junior Club (1200-1430)
***ALL DINING HOURS AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, 
CONTACT THE FRONT DESK FOR DAILY SCHEDULE***
 
Dining Reservations
In order to offer personable service, it is necessary that reservations be made in advance for all daily dining service. Reservations assist club management to organize each event with regard to scheduling, staffing, ordering of food and beverages, and the preparation and set-up of the event. Adherence to our policies ensures better member satisfaction and financial management.

Reservations and cancellations should be made by noon on the day preceding the event.

Certain events have limited seating, during those times we will try to accommodate all but may need to put you on a wait list.

If a reservation is made for a special event, regardless if you attend or not, your member account will be charged the full price of the event for that reservation.

Reservations cancelled 24 hours or more prior to the event will not be charged.

Members must make their own reservation, you may not make reservations on behalf of other members.

Consult the Seawanhaka Log, weekly emails, website www.seawanhaka.org & monthly mailings for specific hours of service, menus & information regarding dining venues.

Clubhouse and Bar

Special Food Orders

The Chef is happy to accommodate special celebrations and food restrictions whenever possible. Special requests should be placed a day in advance, if possible. If you have food allergies or other food/health issues, please notify your server prior to ordering.

Private Parties
The membership is encouraged to make arrangements for using the Model Room, Taft Room, Dining Room or West Terrace for private luncheons, cocktail parties, dinner parties and receptions as the club schedule permits. Please contact the Clubhouse Manager for more information.

Clubhouse Minimum
The Clubhouse minimum is applied to all restaurant, bar, gift shop and guest room purchases* with one exception, private parties. The Clubhouse minimum is split into (4) four quarters:
January 1-March 31, April 1-June 30, July 1-September 30, October 1-December 31

There is a sliding scale for the minimum. Please refer to the Initiation Fees and Dues section of the 2016 Club Supplement Book for details.

*Unused portions of the minimum will be billed at the end of each quarter.

Dress Code
Shirts and shoes must be worn in the Clubhouse and on the porch. Bathing attire is prohibited in the Clubhouse and on the porch. Gentlemen are requested to remove their hats in the Clubhouse.

Consult your weekly emailed schedule, monthly mailings or Seawanhaka website, www.seawanhaka.org, for specific dress code details.

Jacket & Tie
Men are required to wear a collared shirt, tie and jacket, slacks or dress pants are appropriate. Blue jeans, t-shirts and sneakers are not appropriate.

Jackets Required, Ties Optional
Men are required to wear a collared shirt and jacket, ties are optional, slacks or dress pants are appropriate.

Club Casual
Men are required to wear a collared shirt. Slacks and shorts can be worn as long as they are an appropriate length. Jackets and ties are not needed. Blue jeans are not appropriate.

Sailing Attire
Consists of casual, but appropriate attire. Blue jeans can be worn but should be clean and without holes. Can be worn in the Bar.


Main Dining Room

            
Private Event Outdoor Tent
            
West Porch

Main Bar
      


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