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Thursday through Saturday from 6-9 p.m., the piano bar menu gives you just one more excuse for sampling some distinctive cocktails like the Ultimate Side Car mixed with Hennessey XO and Grand Marnier 100 Year Celebration, and tapas like their massive Treasure Coast Lump Crab Cakes. iBar becomes the on-site night hot spot especially with DJ or live music Thursday to Saturday. “Out of some of the most creative cocktails South Florida has to offer, my iBar personal favorite is the PGA Garden Bloom, a seductive blend of pear vodka and Sauvignon Blanc muddled with strawberries kissed with a drop of fresh squeezed lemon and lavender-rosemary syrup”, McKee advises. The newly opened iDeck overlooking the pool and lake in the background can be reserved exclusively for groups where guest preference is the only limitation on chef creativity. “The bottom line is that all 9 on-site dining menus continuously evolve using newly sourced
local ingredients as well as new twists on traditional classics”, enthuses McKee. And for those who can’t resist a tropical view, alfresco dining from the Ironwood Steak & Seafood menu is also available at iDeck. But the fine culinary delights coming out of PGA National Resort & Spa’s kitchens aren't strictly confined to the formalized restaurants. PGA National's very own mobile gourmet iTruck periodically opens up as the resort's 92-second hole and catering local events & parties with comfort food like BBQ pork sliders, Birdie Shrimp, truffle fries, and lobster sliders. Across the seasons and throughout each day, PGA National Resort & Spa nicely balances the indulgence of playing on 5 world class golf courses with sophisticated and widely varying culinary experiences. And this balance is especially attractive for families who may be at different points along the spectrum in their enthusiasm for golf yet united by the allure of great food and relaxation.
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