Beautiful 27 hole golf course that is fun, but also challenging for all abilities. A full service restaurant and bar, and 61 unit motel. We offer many specials and golf packages. Check out the website for details. Planning a wedding, shower, graduation? Let us take the worries away and host your event at Coachman's.
The culinary gurus of Los Jarochos Mexican Grill craft a menu of south-of-the-border delicacies complemented by fresh salsas ranging from mild-mannered tomato to fiery habanero. Diners can bite into corn tortilla tacos ($1.75) or burritos ($5.89) hand-rolled around grilled chicken, al pastor, succulent steak, or a VHS copy of Jerry Maguire. The fajitas ultima unite land and sea with a sizzling medley of plump gulf shrimp and steak or chicken served with pillowy rice and refried beans ($10.29), while the carne asada cloaks seasoned skirt steak in grilled onions and bell peppers alongside pico de gallo ($7.39).
Every seat at The Beach House Restaurant and Bar gets a front-row view of the sun as it sinks below the other side of the lake. These nightly sunset shows make it easy to see why the space has been a popular hangout since the 1940s. Although The Beach House only opened its doors in 1995, it's still a haven for old-fashioned fish fries and traditional grilled steaks. The menu also showcases six varieties of salad, including ones topped with grilled salmon or king louis crab, perfect for those seeking a lighter option or extra lettuce to save for rabbit bait.
Owned by philly cheesesteak connoisseurs Ken and Betty Kemler, The Keystone Grill cultivates a family-friendly dining atmosphere that features a sundry menu of comforting, cooked-to-order cuisine. Let an appetizer such as Cajun fries ($2.99) or stuffed mushroom caps ($5.79) serve as a prelude to a potpourri of entrees, including the cheesesteak-inspired Keystone Special pizza, topped with green peppers, onions, mushrooms, and steak on a homemade crust ($11.39–$20.79), or the breaded crab cakes, whose grumpy disposition hides a delightfully delicious interior ($10.29). For an authentic taste of the owners' roots, wrap a sandwich trap around the South Philly cheesesteak—a symphony of fresh-shaved beef, that replaces the traditional American cheese with Cheese Whiz––an even more traditional American cheese ($8.29).
At The Right Step, instructors Dakota Windancer and Gwen Engel school steppers of all levels during private and group dance lessons. Combined, Dakota and Gwen boast nearly a half-century's worth of dancing and training experience, and over that time, they've developed their own unique curriculum for teaching others how to move. The pair does so atop The Right Step's 3,000-square-foot dance floor, where they guide students during beginner through intermediate sessions, as well as specialty styles including ballroom and Latin.
The menu at Bourbon Street Grille features spicy Cajun dishes served in a dining room situated by the water. Like grizzlies forced to participate in team-building exercises, forks and knives work in tandem to tear into two catfish fillets served blackened or pecan-crusted with honey butter ($13), or the New Orleans stuffed chicken, a poultry breast loaded with Monterey jack and mushrooms and coated in alfredo sauce ($13). Southern-oriented cooks simmer staples such as alligator étouffée, a stew of alligator and tasso ham served over rice, and jambalaya, both of which are served with a corn bread muffin to sop up broth or tears of joy ($8 for lunch; $12 for dinner). Delicate Louisiana strudel showcases chicken, sausage, and pepper jack cheese wrapped in a flaky phyllo dough crust with a side of Cajun cream cheese ($9 for lunch; $13 for dinner).
The kitchen at Salad Creations is like a symphony hall. Chefs rap their knives against their cutting boards, drawing their orchestra of fresh lettuce, vegetables, and fruits to attention. Staccato chops and legato slices pierce the air as the culinary conductors harmonize these ingredients in salads, wraps, and paninis, each arranged to be a quick, nutritious meal. They transpose any of their classic, signature, and premium combinations into different forms, be they salads or wraps. Otherwise, they welcome diners to improvise their own salad or wrap by picking a lettuce, choosing from nearly 50 toss-ins-avocado, candied pecans, hearts of palm, and wonton strips-then choosing a protein such as turkey or wild Alaskan salmon.
Salad Creation's dressing choices range from classics such as buttermilk ranch to creative blends including blueberry pomegranate and cucumber wasabi. In addition to salads and wraps, the staff also grills up paninis made with multigrain sunflower bread or italian ciabatta bread to create toasty sandwiches perfect for warming palms after being woken up from a cryogenic freeze.