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Friday, July 25, 2014 

 





     Clubhouse & Shore- Dining
         
If interested in booking a private event at the Club or for special requests,
please contact
Food & Beverage Manager 
Caroline Cosgrove
CCosgrove@seawanhaka.org
(516) 922-6200 ext.111

Clubhouse Dining Schedule 

In-Season Schedule (Memorial Day- Labor Day)
Lunch
Thursday-Sunday
1200-1430
Club Casual

Ladies Sailing Buffet Style Lunch
Wednesdays
1200-1430
Club Casual

Dinner
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
1800-2100
Jacket & Tie 
Friday
1800-2200
Jacket required, Tie optional

Top Sider Dining
(casual menu, may dine on the porch, in the bar or main clubhouse)
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday
1730-2100
Friday
1730-2200
Club Casual

Casual Outdoor Dining on the West Porch & West Terrace
(Tables are set with white linen, top-sider & a la carte menus available)
Wednesday-Saturday
1800-2100
Club Casual

Salty Dog at the Main Clubhouse
Sunday
1730-2000
Club Casual

Bar
Wednesday-Saturday
1200-2230
Sunday
1200-2000

***ALL DINING HOURS AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE,
CONTACT THE FRONT DESK FOR DAILY SCHEDULE***

Clubhouse Dining Schedule 

Off-Season Schedule (Labor Day-Memorial Day)

Chef's Informal Lunch
Friday
1200-1430
Club Casual

Lunch
Saturday
1200-1430
Club Casual

Combination Dinner
(buffet style soup, salad, appetizer, choice of served entrée)
Friday
1830-2100
Jacket required, Tie optional
Saturday
1830-2100
Jacket & Tie

Salty Dog at the Junior Club
Sunday
1200-1600
Club Casual

Bar
Friday
1700-2030
Saturday
1200-2030
Sunday at the Junior Club
1200-1600

***ALL DINING HOURS AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, 
CONTACT THE FRONT DESK FOR DAILY SCHEDULE***


Restaurant & Bar
Consult the Seawanhaka Log, website, weekly emails and monthly mailings for specific hours of service, menu, dress code and information regarding dining venues.

Reservation Policy for Daily Dining Service
In order to offer personable service, it is required that reservations be made well in advance for all daily dining service.

Reservation Policy for Special Events
Our reservation policy assists Club management to organize each event with regard to scheduling, staffing, ordering of food and beverages, and the preparation and set- up for the event. Adherence to this policy ensures better membership satisfaction and financial management. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Reservations and cancellations for Special Events are encouraged to 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 waiting list.

If a reservation is made for a Special event, regardless if you attend the event or not, your member account will be charged the full price of the event for that reservation. Reservations cancelled within 24 hours of the event will not be charged. Members must make their own reservations; you may not make reservations on behalf of other members.

Closing Hours
During the season, food orders may be sent to the kitchen until 9:00 p.m. during weekday service and Saturday nights, and until 10:00 p.m. Friday nights.

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, the Taft Room, the Dining Room, or the West terrace for private luncheons, cocktail parties, dinner parties and receptions as the Club schedule permits. Please contact the Food and Beverage 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 equally into four calendar quarters. The first portion must be used between January 1- March 31, the second portion must be used between April 1- June 30, the third portion must be used between July 1- September 30, and the fourth portion must be used between October 1-December 31. There is a sliding scale for the minimum. Please refer to the Initiation Fees and Dues schedule.

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

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.

Jackets and Ties
Men are required to wear a collared shirt, tie and jacket in the Main Dining Room during weekday evenings, as well as Saturday evenings. Blue jeans, t-shirts and sneakers are not appropriate.

Jackets Only
Men are required to wear a collared shirt and jacket, ties are optional. 

Club Casual
Men are required to wear a collared shirt. Slacks and shorts can be worn as long as they are an appropriate length. For gentlemen, a jacket or tie is not needed. Blue jeans are not appropriate.

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

Children
Children should be dressed appropriately for all events, following the same guidelines for adults. Special circumstances may be addressed by contacting the Front Desk.

Main Dining Room   
Main Dining Room   
Main Dining Room   
West Porch  
Private Event Outdoor Tent  
Private Event Outdoor Tent   
Private Event Outdoor Tent    
Model Room   
Main Bar   
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