DINING

One Stop Shop: PGA Resort

by Marlee Brannock, January 12, 2016 - 8:28 pm

Day or night, PGA Resort and Spa is not your typical outing location. At other venues you can find yourself bored of the same atmosphere after an hour or two, however at PGA that’s almost impossible. Let us schedule your complete day at the Palm Beach Gardens hangout.

So, start your day at Palm Terrace for the most important meal of the day. Hot and continental buffets are available as well as made-to-order pancakes, Cast Iron Steak & Eggs, and customized omelets. Vegetarian? No worries, the chef will be happy to make you a meat-free option. Select a fruit-and-yogurt parfait or even a Breakfast Skillet of plantain, yucca, vegetable hash, spinach and fried egg. Enjoy your meal at indoor or outdoor seating adjacent to the resort pool.PGA National_Exterior
After breakfast, if you have kids, send them over to The Bear Trap, where they can play indoors games such as air hockey, pool and various video games until it’s time to hit the pool.

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When lunchtime arrives and you need a break from soaking up the sun, you have a few options to choose from. Wave Bar & Grill is the cabana-style poolside grill where you can find frozen cocktails, finger foods and delicious meals such as Mahi tacos or a Cuban Panini. Enjoy live music starting at noon on weekends. Bathing suit a little tight? Head over to the Waters of the World Café for lighter options from the “Super Foods Menu”. Another great option that will surely be the husband’s favorite choice is Bar 91, where you’ll find juicy burgers, a full bar, HD TVs, outdoor seating with a view of the golf course.

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Later in the day mosey on over to iBar for specials on signature cocktails, beer, house wines and apps. Enjoy live entertainment Thursday through Saturday at this stylish enclave. After a few drinks, head over to Ironwood Steak & Seafood for an unforgettable dinner. You will find Black Angus beef, locally-caught Wahoo, raw bar selections and one of the most impressive wine lists in South Florida all in a sophisticated space for nightly or private dining. If you want to enjoy dinner whilst enjoying the beautiful Florida weather, head over to the brand new iDeck, a 3,000-square-foot terrace for Palm Beach dining and indoor-outdoor entertaining.  Guests can choose from both iBar and Ironwood menus.

The fun doesn’t stop at dinner- behold the iClub Piano Bar. Enjoy the enchantment of world-class pianists, and vocalists performing jazz, classics and contemporary favorites.

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