Over the last few years, the Clubhouse at Baywood and their associated catering services went through a reorganization in the food service department. The resulting emails suggested that the takeover by SoDel Concepts was improving things dramatically. Well, after two visits (one incognito and one not-quite-so), I have to tell you that things have indeed improved in both the service and food departments. A more beautiful venue for a restaurant you would be hard pressed to find.
That being said, I want to dispel the general impression that the Clubhouse at Baywood is not open to the public. It certainly is, and the crowd there on our most recent Thursday night visit definitely attested to that fact. I also recently went there for lunch (photos in the Gallery). We are planning our third review visit, but in the meantime take a look at the gallery for some of the dishes we have had so far. Everything has been good in the food dept., and on our last visit, our server was exceptional.
Cobb Salad1/9 Creme brulee2/9 Prime rib. Medium rare.3/9 Seafood pasta4/9 The Baywood Wedge5/9 The lunchtime dog6/9 Creamy risotto balls!7/9 Shrimp Toast8/9 Mozzarella stix (or actually triangles)9/9
As is often the case here at the beach, The Clubhouse at Baywood changes its menu with the seasons, So some the items referenced here and in the gallery might be on the menu – and some might not. Enjoy.
The Clubhouse at Baywood is about 10 minutes west of Coastal Highway on Rt. 24 before you get to Long Neck Road.
Off-season Specials & HoursSpecials & Moods change quickly. Always call a restaurant first.
32267 Clubhouse Way on Rt. 24
before Long Neck.