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The Oak Room


The Lodge

Southern comforts.


Relaxed tavern setting, unmatched menu. In the Oak Room you’re surrounded by leather ceilings, hand-painted murals, and a cozy ambiance. A rustic fireplace adds the finishing touch. Here you’ll find a broad range of southern favorites and signature dishes, imaginative cocktails and fine single-malt Scotch. The sweet sounds of the bagpiper playing nearby with the setting sun. The perfect place to unwind, fill up, or sit back and take it all in.

Price Range:

$$$

Location:

The Lodge
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Hours:

Breakfast: 7 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Afternoon: 2:30–5:00 p.m.
Dinner: 5–10 p.m.
Sunday Brunch: 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

Attire:

Casual

Reservations:

Recommended for dinner.

Southern Fried Chicken

With Collard Greens, Hoppin' John


The breading adds a crisp coating or crust to the exterior. What separates fried chicken from other fried forms of chicken is that generally the chicken is cut at the joints and the bones and skin are left intact. Crisp well-seasoned skin, rendered of excess fat, is a hallmark of well made fried chicken.

Good Morning

From The Griddle

Beverages

Clubhouse Favorites

Additions

Starters

Signature Entrées Served with Fries, Onion Rings, House Made Potato Chips, Coleslaw, or Fruit

Salads & Soups

Cup of Soup and Half Sandwich Served on Wheat, White, Sourdough or Rye

Starters

Signature Sandwiches Served with Fries, Cole Slaw, Onion Rings, Chips or Fruit

Seasonal Sides

Salads & Soups

Main Courses

Starters

Signature Entrées Served with Fries, Onion Rings, House Made Potato Chips, Coleslaw, or Fruit

Salads & Soups

*Our Sea Island Team takes allergies very seriously. Before placing your order or consuming any food or beverage, please alert a service team member about any allergy you or your party may have. Our product may contain wheat, egg, dairy, soy, fish, or other allergens even if not listed on the menu. As required by the State of Georgia, we provide this information: “Consuming raw or undercooked meats, Poultry, Seafood, Shellfish, or Eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.”

Oak Room Experiences

Bagpiper

The veranda behind The Lodge is the place to be at dusk on Sea Island, for the drinks being served and the panoramic views of the water. But it’s something else that draws the crowd. Golfers finishing their rounds take notice. Guests settle into Adirondack chairs on the lawn before heading to dinner at The Lodge. The bagpiper strolls on the 10th fairway of Sea Island’s Plantation Course. Chances are you’ll hear “Amazing Grace,” “Scotland the Brave” and other well-recognized standards. The Scottish tradition of the bagpipes is a nice nod to acknowledge where golfing began, in Scotland. And we can’t think of a better way to close the golf courses down for the day.

The Lodge Wine Cellar

An exposed-brick staircase carries guests by candlelight to the intimate, bottle-lined chamber for a very private multi-course meal. Dine on featured selections from The Lodge’s Colt & Alison dinner menu paired with Sea Island’s impressive award-winning wine collection—more than 1,000 labels of old and new world vintages. The well-balanced collection offers prestigious international classics, vintages dating to the 1830s, traditional favorites, and adventurous varietals, as well as five exclusive Sea Island private-label wines produced by esteemed vintners.

Veranda

With a fantastic, sprawling view of the Plantation Golf Course and the Atlantic Ocean, The Lodge veranda is a customary gathering spot to catch the cherished Sea Island tradition of the bagpiper closing down the courses, serenading the sunset every evening for an hour (schedule varies). Enjoy light appetizers, a refreshing cocktail, and the best of Sea Island, against a perfect backdrop.

Meet Chef Phillip Jackson

Chef Jackson is passionate about putting his considerable artistic skills to good use and gets a lot of satisfaction and joy from witnessing big smiles after a great meal. He began his career at Sea Island in 2006, where he helped open the new Beach Club.

Other Sea Island Restaurants to Enjoy

River Bar

The Cloister

You didn’t order panoramic views of the Black Banks River, but there they are. This classic brasserie serves up delightful dishes in a relaxed inviting atmosphere.

Georgian Room

The Cloister

The only Forbes Five-Star restaurant in Georgia is also one of its friendliest. And local artisanal partnerships help us bring the finest ingredients to your table. A culinary highlight.

Southern Tide

Sea Island Beach Club

Dine oceanside overlooking the dunes of Sea Island Beach and out onto the Atlantic Ocean. Fresh seafood meets local charm in a casual setting.