Answers from Our Experts (1)
At Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, you are never too far from a restaurant kitchen. Breakfast is served daily at the Inn Dining Room, an elegant room decked out in white linens with fresh flowers and crystal. Midday standbys such as sandwiches and salads are served daily at The Golf Club Restaurant and on the Surf Club Patio, when weather permits.
A whimsical 24-foot vertical chandelier of glass bubbles, seahorse and blowfish greets guests as they ascend a spiral staircase to the host station at The Seahorse Grille, the Jacksonville hotel’s signature restaurant. Floor-to-ceiling ocean views set the scene for a casual menu that places heavy emphasis on locally caught seafood. Next door, the Seafoam Room caters to a more refined crowd on Friday and Saturday evenings. Dinner jackets are required for gentlemen, and reservations are recommended. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the Golf Club Restaurant welcomes guests for dinner, as well — the prime rib buffet on Friday evenings, in particular, is not to be missed.
On-the-go guests can stop into The Gourmet Shop throughout the day for Starbucks coffee, fresh-baked pastries, deli sandwiches or homemade ice cream, while poolside guests can nosh on hot dogs and salad from the High Tides Bar. Even the Spa at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club employs a few cooks, who nourish spa guests with light lunch fare every day.