To your good health.
Chef Joe Szlachetka brings energy and innovative ideas to make the dining experience at Wyndemere the best in Naples. Chef Joe’s culinary philosophy and passion reflect the growing trend toward a healthy and down-to-earth lifestyle in both his recipes and menu development. Chef Joe and his culinary team produce the freshest, most creative and innovative cuisine possible using locally grown produce, wild-caught seafood, hand-cut steaks, and a variety of entrees and small plates to appeal to every palate.
The main clubhouse offers formal and event dining in the large Wyndemere Room. The casual Vista Lounge, Terrace and Club Bar are favorites for lunch and dinner. Country Club Casual attire is welcome for our active membership, whether it is after tennis or golf, or just enjoying the casual dining scene. A popular pastime is watching golfers complete their rounds on the double green for the Gold and Green Courses while enjoying a beverage on the Vista Terrace with its soft seating and firepit. The Vista Dining Room, Sunset Dining Room and Sunset Terrace are also popular and offer magnificent views of the golf course and practice range. These rooms offer a more formal dining experience for members and guests.
Open during season and offering breakfast all day and lunch until 3:00 pm, as well as bar service until 5:00 pm, the Tiebreaker Café is located adjacent to the pool and tennis courts and is the ideal gathering spot for a morning latte while perusing the supply of daily newspapers or just joining friends to plan the day. Breakfast, freshly squeezed juices, salads, panini sandwiches, wraps, burgers with hand-made chips and fries, soft serve ice cream, and healthy smoothies can be enjoyed indoors, on the covered terraces, or poolside. Paradise and resort-style luxury right at home!
Wyndemere Country Club embraces the Blue Zones philosophy of living a longer and healthier life and to that end our dining venues offer healthy menu options along with popular favorites.
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