Our Food Philosophy:

Eat well. Eat often.

There’s something for every taste at White Beeches.  And it doesn't hurt that the flavors are magnificent.

Dining is an important part of any club experience, and at White Beeches, we take this part very seriously.  When you visit the club, it should feel like an extension of home, and that's certainly what we try to accomplish with the dining options.  With fine dining from Chef Tom Silvestri, and casual options indoor and out, you'll see why it's hard to leave here without grabbing a bite.


The Main Dining Room

The Main Dining Room is located on the second floor of the Clubhouse.  It features a full dining room and wraparound bar, a small lounge area, and a dining patio overlooking the first hole.  Perfect for sunset dining.  Executive Chef Tom Silvestri and the dining staff change the menu for every season, and your dining pleasure is our main goal.

Open for dinner Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.  Brunch on weekends.


The Veranda

The Veranda is located outside adjacent to the pool and pro shop.  It features al fresco dining every day during the season, and is a perfect spot to unwind with family and friends.  A full menu with rotating specials is available, along with a full bar.  The Veranda is covered, and overlooks the first hole.  Don't miss the spectacular sunsets on summer evenings!


The Sunset Bar

The Sunset Bar is located on the patio outside of the Clubhouse.  It features a "tiki" style bar that seats 15-20 patrons, and also features dozens of tables and lounge areas for outdoor dining and cocktails.  Lounge areas also feature fire pits for gatherings in the evenings.  A perfect spot for a more casual after-golf wind-down. The menu features some White Beeches staples, as well as some exciting new patio-only specials.

Open during lunch and dinner hours every day.

Meet Executive Chef
Tom Silvestri

Fueled by a passion for cooking, Executive Chef Tom Silvestri attended the Culinary Institute of America where he gained the essential skills and knowledge to realize his dream of becoming a restaurant chef. After Tom graduated from CIA, he had the opportunity to work under Tom Valenti for five years.  Chef Silvestri spent the next six years at the Park Avenue Club, the only private-dining club in the world that benefits 11 charitable organizations. Chef Silvestri arrived at White Beeches in 2010.