Club Room Restaurant South Shore Country Club THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Club Room Restaurant at South Shore Country Club

THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Club Room Restaurant at South Shore Country Club

South Shore Country Club
200 Huguenot Ave. (West Shore Expressway)
Staten Island, NY 10312
718-356-7017
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Cuisine: Continental
Elegant style and stylishly eclectic menu at The Club Room.
Openings: Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner Tues.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Club Room Restaurant at South Shore Country Club, Staten Island, NY


THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Club Room Restaurant at South Shore Country Club Restaurant Review:


Not just members have the opportunity to dine in elegant country-club-style here at Staten Island's only country club open to the public. From the exterior, the grandiose South Shore eerily looks as if it could have been the backdrop for the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, although the romantic Club Room Restaurant is anything but. Overlooking the hills of the golf course, the restaurant boasts of an eclectic menu overseen by executive chef Charles Cicero. His signature appetizers of lemon- and garlic-infused shrimps, scallops, mussels, clams and calamari piled over baby greens or the jumbo shrimp scampi drenched in a Grand Marnier sauce. For the entrée, choose among such specialties as the seafood linguine tossed with plum tomatoes, red snapper wrapped in shredded Yukon gold potatoes topped with tomatoes, breaded veal chop topped with baby greens or the osso bucco served with a three-cheese risotto. You thought the best part was over? Before you put down your dinner fork, the server appears with a dessert and after-dinner cocktail menu and notes that the chef's death-by-chocolate creation of the week and the cream cheesecake is to die for. Cigar-lovers can also peruse the high-end cigar menu to top off the meal.

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