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White Beeches Golf & Country Club


         Dining is an important part of any club experience, and at White Beeches, we take this part very seriously.

When you visit the club, it should feel like an extension of home, and that's certainly what we try to accomplish with the dining options. With fine dining from Chef Gregory Stott and casual options indoor and out, you'll see why it's hard to leave here without grabbing a bite.


Fine Dining

The Main Dining Room

The Main Dining Room is located on the second floor of the Clubhouse. It features a full dining room and wraparound bar, a small lounge area, and a dining patio overlooking the first hole. Perfect for sunset dining. Executive Chef Gregory Stott and the dining staff change the menu for every season, and your dining pleasure is our main goal. 

Outdoor Dining

Pool Pavilion

The Pool Pavilion is located outside adjacent to the pool and pro shop. It features al fresco dining every day during the season, and is a perfect spot to unwind with family and friends. A full menu with rotating specials is available, along with a full bar. The Veranda is covered, and overlooks the first hole. Don't miss the spectacular sunsets on summer evenings!

Indoor / Outdoor

The Sunset Bar

The Sunset Bar is located on the patio outside of the Clubhouse. It features a brand new bar that seats 15-20 patrons, and also features dozens of tables and lounge areas for indoor/outdoor dining and cocktails. Lounge areas also feature fire pits for gatherings in the evenings. A perfect spot for a more casual after-golf wind-down. The menu features some White Beeches staples, as well as some exciting new patio-only specials.
Meet Executive Chef Gregory Stott

With nearly two decades of culinary experience, Executive Chef Gregory Stott brings his expertise and commitment to White Beeches.

Chef Stott graduated at the top of his class at French Culinary Institute, and immediately put his skills to work at L'Impero in New York City. While there, and at other stops in New York City restaurants, Chef Stott refined his vision of New American cuisine, drawing on influences from classic French and northern Italian traditions. Along the way, he was a semi-finalist on Food Network's acclaimed show "Chopped."

After moving to New Jersey to start a family, Chef Stott spent several years at the legendary Cafe Panache in Ramsey. Now a proud Haworth resident, Chef Stott will make a lasting impression on anyone who consumes his dishes.