Hay’s Place Offers New Flavors and Fun

From a round of golf to a round of margaritas with friends, there’s a new way to enjoy The Hay.

Hay’s Place restaurant is the final reveal to the Tiger Woods-designed short course experience and introduces an exciting new flavor profile for visitors to Pebble Beach.

Set atop Peter Hay Hill—perfect for capturing those Pacific Ocean views—Hay’s Place is a great option for a leisurely lunch or dinner and is a natural landing spot to gather for an after-round drink.

Its menu celebrates the strong influence of Mexican cuisine on Central California, and you won’t be steered wrong with its signature tin can nachos, locally caught fish, tacos with homemade tortillas, or, of course, “Tiger’s Fajitas.” After his Master’s victory in 2005 (and again following his 2019 victory), Tiger had the privilege of choosing the menu for the Masters Champions Dinner the following year and he chose fajitas, which only makes it fitting to have it on the menu.

The craft beverage menu features a range of tasty signature margaritas and cocktails. Not sure where to start? Try “Seal the Deal,” a margarita with a twist, made with espolon reposado tequila, orange infused agave nectar, orange liqueur, fresh lime, and big sur salt infused with grass from the 18th green.

Or you may be tempted to try “Hay’s Tee Decision,” Hay’s Place’s signature Paloma, featuring chamomile-infused tequila, honey syrup, grapefruit and lime juice, a splash of club soda and a morada salted rim. Draft beer and wine are also available, as are non-alcoholic choices like the “Haychata,” house made horchata with cinnamon sprinkle, and Mexican sodas.

The vibe at Hay’s Place is as delectable as the food, designed around community and fun. A highlight is the restaurant’s expansive outdoor patio with fire tables and fire pit seating that treats guests to views of The Hay short course and the surrounding water. Other options include the indoor-outdoor bar or Hay’s Place’s beautiful indoor dining room. Guests of The Lodge at Pebble Beach and Casa Palmero will find Hay’s Place is just a short walk away.



Like the short course that opened this year, Hay’s Place is named for Peter Hay, the former long-time head professional at both Pebble Beach and Del Monte golf courses. Hay’s passion for welcoming newcomers to the game will be reflected in the restaurant’s fun and relaxed atmosphere. Hay’s Place is also family-friendly and offers a tasty kids’ menu.

Hay’s Place is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

Take a look at the menu and more information on Hay’s Place.

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