Curry Kebob House expands beyond the bounds of its name with a diverse menu of beef, chicken, and lamb dishes, all made with halal meats. Helmed by chef Sameer Ahmad, the kitchen team slow-cooks shredded beef and lentils for a dish called haleem, dappled with blackened onions and lemon, as well as whips up plates of creamy and tangy chicken tikka masala. Delicately spiced Pakistani specialties include karahi gosht—goat cooked in a thick tomato sauce with chilies—and chicken karahi, which is cooked in an iron wok with ginger and spices.
The Indo-Pak restaurant is modeled after the casual eateries in India and Pakistan, with red tablecloths draped over petite tables and traditional artwork adorning the exposed-brick and wood walls. Strings of twinkling lights dangle at the entrance, signaling to diners that they’ve found the right place and confirming that fireflies are very cooperative after being fed kebabs.
The Old Olive Tree Restaurant first opened its doors to diners in 1980, as a celebration of rustic, homestyle Greek cuisine. In addition to following time-tested family recipes, the chefs also recreate familiar Mediterranean flavors by hand-making spanakopita, grinding lamb for their kebabs in-house, and wrapping to-go dishes in first-edition copies of The Odyssey. Other Attic flavors include greek sausages with hints of orange and cinnamon, golden-brown falafel patties, and saganaki with melted greek cheese.
The towering windows that line the walls of Senix Creek Inn provide breathtaking views of the Senix Marina waterfront—but the scenery isn't the main attraction. The casual restaurant's seafood-centric menu blends global culinary influences: staples such as clam chowder, stuffed fish, and lump crab cakes are served alongside more exotic dishes such as kung-pao-style calamari. Marinated steaks and hearty pastas round out the offerings. To complete the restaurant's seaside aesthetic, the dining room features soft lighting, rustic bare-wood floors, and exposed rafters.
Open 24 hours a day, Bread & Butter Bistro serves up a menu of classic American eats that deliver tastes of breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All-day breakfast offerings include housemade pineapple yogurt, buttermilk pancakes, and crepes alongside house and caesar salads and burgers topped with corned beef. Entrees include juicy filet mignon and new york strip steaks as well as chicken pot pies and teriyaki-glazed salmon.
Encompassed in the forest's green embrace, Pine Ridge Golf Club supplies a scenic golf setting where players can hone their skills at a first-rate practice facility. For a delightful session of tenderizing golf balls, head to Pine Ridge's driving range and launch ball after ball off the large grass pad (open for use on weekends until Labor Day, which is Monday, September 5). Golfers can also break in shy putters on the spacious putting green, where they'll master the tap, bend, and roll by sinking shots from near or far. This Groupon also includes a $10 discount on all rounds played after 5 p.m. any day of the week, giving players a chance to venture out into the real golfing world, which is even more dangerous than it sounds.