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Colt & Alison’s private dining room isn’t located within the restaurant — it’s downstairs in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Lodge at Sea Island hotel. An exposed-brick staircase brings you to The Lodge Wine Cellar, which seats up to 20 diners. The private dining room hews closely to the décor of the English-manor-like Lodge. The walls are lined with bottles and iron sconces emitting soft light. A large 14-foot oak table from the Yorkshire House in England is the focal point, with two large chandeliers hanging above it.
While the intimate private dining room isn’t in Colt & Alison, the Sea Island restaurant provides the menu. Have dinner in the wine cellar with wine pairings chosen from a collection of more than 1,000 labels. You’ll find everything from vintages dating as far back as the 1830s to five private labels made exclusively for Sea Island.