Golf is an obvious highlight of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but the award-winning cuisine served up at Pebble Beach Resorts is another draw to keep both spectators and players happy and nourished.
The Lodge at Pebble Beach is home to four distinct and delicious restaurants, and each offers something for the most discerning tastes. During the 2015 tournament alone, The Lodge served up more than 34,000 restaurant and banquet meals. (That’s a lot of satisfied people!)
For visitors looking for a hearty home-style breakfast or lunch, Gallery Cafe is right up their fairway. Located above the putting green and overlooking the first tee of Pebble Beach Golf Links, guests enjoy views of Stillwater Cove while watching the celebs and TOUR players practice their putting strokes.
The most popular items ordered during tournament week include the Southwestern Omelet, Killer Klub Sandwich, a gigantic house-made Cinnamon Sticky Roll and the Gallery Milkshake of the Month—the perfect treat to take “to-go” for the course.
Among the most cherished and beloved 19th holes in golf, The Tap Room is also one of the hottest draws during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Whether you’re going for the extensive collection of prized golf memorabilia, or to watch the tournament from one of its many televisions, The Tap Room is a comfortable and inviting place chock-full of history.
Tournament-week favorites include Beef Rib Potato Skins, French Onion Soup, Prime Rib and the Hot Chocolate Molten Cake, sure to satiate any hunger pangs worked up from walking the course.
Contemporary, fresh and delightful are just a few words that describe this popular restaurant, offering the freshest and most flavorful in sustainable seafood and organic produce. The sweeping views of Carmel Bay and the 18th hole of Pebble Beach Golf Links don’t hurt, either.
Order the Crispy Calamari, Stillwater Red Clam Chowder, Pan-Seared Scallops and Grilled Angus Rib-Eye to eat just like the pros playing in the tournament.
The newest restaurant at Pebble Beach Resorts offers an eclectic menu and incredible views of the greatest finishing hole in golf in an open-air atmosphere. Guests love gathering around the fire pits for lunch and dinner, order the Spicy Pepperoni Flatbread, Mac & Cheese, Burgers and California Chopped Salad.
Fun fact: To symbolize the return of Pebble Beach to American ownership in 1999, a commemorative bench has been placed overlooking the 18th hole where this acquisition occurred—hence the restaurant’s name, The Bench.
For more information about all of your delicious options at our Resorts, visit Dining at Pebble Beach or call (844) 477-4393.