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.
Carefully balancing starter platters stacked with housemade cornbread and frozen margaritas, the servers at Casa del Sol wind their way through the tables on the outdoor deck overlooking the water. As diners dig into burritos, the flavors of chicken or carnitas meld with garnishes of mango and pineapple or with ingredients from one of four other unique burritos. Meat dishes span many styles, from pork-loin medallions with garlic-adobo sauce to enchiladas verdes with a choice of meat or cheese filling. The inside dining area's bright yellow and purple walls adorned with paintings of whirling dancers complement the bright flavors of the dishes, often delicately evoked by cilantro, poblano chili pepper, or guacamole.
Capriotti's Sandwich Shops across the country have won numerous awards, including Best of Delaware from Delaware Today in 2008 and Best Sandwich from Las Vegas Weekly in 2010. Six Yelpers give the Junction Road location of Capriotti's Sandwich Shop a four-star average, while 89% of 91 Urbanspooners like it.
Mad Dog's Eatery silences nagging appetites with Vienna all-beef hot dogs, specialty fries, and a stacked vegetarian menu. The Chicago dog comes adorned the Windy City way—topped with tomatoes, relish, mustard, onions, a toy weathervane, and celery salt. Onion shards and pepper swords adorn the Italian Sausage Slammer, which comes cocooned in a poppy-seed bun ($4.79). For non-encased meats, Mad Dog's Eatery's kitchen artists also sculpt homemade italian-beef sandwiches from peppers, provolone, and sauce ($4.99), and for non-meat meats, they can forge the veggie Mater dog from tomatoes, hot giardiniera, and kraut ($3.69). Find a good neighbor for your meal without crashing local block parties by ordering seasoned fries ($1.89/small, $2.79/large) and fizzy soft drinks ($1.89).
For more than 30 years, Quiznos has toasted its submarine sandwiches to bring out the hidden flavors found in butcher-quality meats, cheese, and artisanal breads. Its classic and signature subs take on a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, ranging from the prime-rib mushroom and swiss to the classic italian, which dons black olives, mozzarella, red-wine vinaigrette, and plentiful sliced meats. Those closely monitoring their waistline can take unabashed bites of sandwiches that have fewer than 500 calories, such as the baja chicken and the veggie guacamole sandwich. Quiznos' sub sliders offer petite versions of sub fare and flaunt supreme aerodynamics when shot out of T-shirt cannons and into mouths. Soup and a salad line rounds out Quiznos' varied menu.
My Buddies Bar is more than a place to grab a drink and some grub; it's also a gathering space. Here, gaggles of friends come together to click glasses of domestic brews, share pizzas or baskets of cheese curds, and dig into hearty barbecue and steaks. In addition to wraps and sandwiches, the cooks sizzle burgers, such as the Buddie burger—slathered in barbecue sauce and piled high with shredded beef and onion straws—and sear sesame tuna. Inside the split-level dining room, a higher counter perches above rows of booths and tables, where revelers can catch multiple games on five large-screen projectors. Pool tables host bouts of friendly competition, and live bands serenade audiences with covers of the Golden Girls theme song.