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Experience the pinnacle of luxury and leisure at exclusive country clubs. Indulge in world-class amenities, from pristine golf courses to elegant dining.

Loch Lloyd hits a hole-in-one

Loch Lloyd hits a hole-in-one

Loch Lloyd village in Missouri is a gated haven for kindred souls. Built 30 years ago for those who wish to live, recreate and dine among like-minded people — while pursuing a great golf score— the exclusive country club caters to residents and members seeking a safe, serene, outdoorsy enclave where fine dining intertwines with a breadth of recreational activity. Nestled among the hills of Blue Ridge in northwest Missouri, the gated 110-acre grounds feature an  18-hole championship golf course,…

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The Impact of Menu Covers on Restaurant Branding and Customer Experience

The Impact of Menu Covers on Restaurant Branding and Customer Experience

As you welcome patrons into your restaurant, the menu serves as a silent ambassador of your establishment’s brand — and its cover sets the stage for the culinary journey ahead. A menu cover is more than a protective casing. It is a branding powerhouse that captures the essence of your restaurant, conveying your commitment to quality, style, and the overall dining experience. Custom menu covers, crafted with care and attention to detail, can significantly enhance this narrative, transforming your menu…

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Types of Menu Covers: A Comprehensive Guide for Restaurant Owners

Types of Menu Covers: A Comprehensive Guide for Restaurant Owners

As a restaurant owner, your menu cover is more than just a protective exterior for your menu paper. It’s an integral part of the dining experience and a reflection of your establishment’s identity. Choosing the right menu cover can convey your restaurant’s personality, ensure the durability of your menus, and enhance the overall aesthetic appeal. The material, design, and functionality of your menu covers have significant implications for both customer perception and daily operations. From classic leather menu covers to…

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How to Choose the Perfect Menu Covers for Your Restaurant

How to Choose the Perfect Menu Covers for Your Restaurant

A restaurant’s menu cover is more than just a protective case; it’s a critical branding element. Not to mention, a well-designed menu cover can elevate the customer experience. So, when it comes to choosing your menu holders, what are the most important things to consider? The right menu cover sets the tone for a dining experience, serving as a tangible extension of your restaurant’s identity and the culinary journey ahead. It conveys a message before a single dish is ordered,…

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Big Texas concept thrives in Frisco

Big Texas concept thrives in Frisco

The Stonebriar Country Club of Frisco, Texas is its own private world. And bills itself on being a “home away from home” for its members. On this expansive property there are two 18-hole golf courses, eight tennis courts, a Class III swimming pool with two diving boards and staffed with lifeguards. And a food and beverage experience for all moods and times of day. Built in 1988, the club was a cornerstone of the massive development of the high-end residential…

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Century old golf club wins with ‘never-say-no’ attitude

Century old golf club wins with ‘never-say-no’ attitude

Walking through the doors of the Mohawk Golf Club patrons get a sense of having “arrived.” No detail is too small for a staff working tirelessly to ensure that the experience at the 120-year-old private club in Schenectady, N.Y. is like no other. And in the center of the Tudor style clubhouse is a restaurant managed to a tee by seasoned hospitality manager Mr. Tracy Nichols, a 30-year veteran of the restaurant business who has worked in 26 states and…

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Golf club tees up fine dining

Golf club tees up fine dining

A championship par 72 golf course in Georgia has teed up fine dining. Last month, after decades spent successfully attracting athletes to its fine, bentgrass greens and first-class conditions, the operators of the Woodmont Golf & Country Club threw open the doors to The Summit, a destination restaurant open to everyone. “The decision was made because we wanted to improve the level of service and the quality and variety of food we offered,” says Food and Beverage Director Robert Gilbreath….

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