19th Hole at Sundance

Gathering at the bar (known as the 19th hole) is where golfers trade stories of their round on the first 18 holes of golf. More than not over a cold beverage and maybe a bite to eat before they head out or back for another 18 rarely does a golf course restaurant get a mention in the foodie community but a few are trying to take their reputation to the next level. Buckeye’s Sundance Golf Club is one of those looking to raise eyebrows in the West Valley with its new 19th Hole at Sundance for golfers and foodies.

Under the direction of Food & Beverage Manager Chef Laura McMillin the new restaurant has a menu of next level bar & grill favorites and entrees for lunch and dinner during the week and brunch on Saturday and Sunday’s. “Being multi-faceted and quality-focused has allowed me to develop a menu that delivers exceptional dining experiences for our guests,” said McMillin, who brings more than 16 years of culinary leadership to her role. “We are thrilled to provide an elevated menu that offers a little something for everyone. We look forward to serving the community and visitors for many years.”

On the menu at the 19th Hole at Sundance

Chef McMillin sources locally for ingredients locally from purveyors such as Crows Nest Dairy and Noble Bread on the menu that offers comfort food favorites including Flame Grilled Burgers, 19th Hole Chopped Salad, Nachos as Samosas and Lucky’s Smoked Chicken Wings. Looking to take your taste buds to the next level there is Fried Chicken Poutine, Pan Seared Norwegian Trout to pizzas such as a classic Margherita to the Ooey Gooey featuring mac and cheese, mozzarella, applewood smoked bacon, caramelized onion and organic red sauce or the Fig and Prosciutto. Save room for dessert offering that include Oreo ice Cream Cake, Bombolinis and Beignets.

Dropping in on the weekend for brunch from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. expect Fried Chicken Waffle, a Hangover Burger, S’Mores Pancakes, Chilaquiles Rojos with Fried Egg and more. Brunch wouldn’t be brunch without specialty cocktails such as Lavender Lemonade along with beer, wine and liquor.

The 19th Hole at Sundance is at 900 S. Sundance Pkwy. and is open Monday – Friday from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more information visit the website.

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