Dining room overlooks 18th green as chefs prepare Italian classics like veal marsala served over pasta or orange & apricot glazed chicken
The aptly named Greenside Grille overlooks South Shore Country Club’s 18th hole, a scenic stretch littered with trees and opened in 1922. Views of the raised greens greet diners immediately, pooling emerald color beneath large windows and an outdoor patio with umbrellas. As flowering shrubs sway along the course below, patrons talk about glorious golf wins and frustrating sand traps that ruin dropped candies, all the while perusing a menu of dishes influenced by Italian culinary tradition. Shrimp and imported sausage dapple pizzas, and spicy sausage calabrese stews in garlic, white wine, and olive oil.