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Since Colt & Alison is on the cozier side, it’s good for group dining with smaller parties. Groups up to 12 can comfortably be accommodated in the mahogany and maroon space. The steakhouse — complete with tables dressed in white cloth, studded leather armchairs, high-backed wooden chairs and burgundy and pale gold paisley banquettes — is a convenient spot for groups of golfers after wrapping up a round on one of The Lodge at Sea Island’s three courses. In fact, the Sea Island restaurant overlooks the Plantation Course. But you don’t need to be a golfer to enjoy a filet mignon here; during our visit, we saw a wedding party meet up here the day after the nuptials for a celebratory dinner.
Larger groups aren’t necessarily out of luck. Throw your party at The Lodge Wine Cellar, which can seat up to 20 around a 14-foot oak table. You’ll be able to dine on dishes from Colt & Alison’s dinner menu with the bonus of wine from more than 1,000 labels with vintages from as far back as the 1830s.