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The Club at High Hampton
124 Highway 107 South
Cashiers, NC 28717
|CLUB / RESORT DATA|
|Executive Chef||Andrew Barlow|
|Number of Members||375|
|Annual Food & Beverage Revenues||1,500,000|
|Food & Beverage Minimum||No|
|Number of Food & Beverage Outlets||4|
|Average Weekly Covers||900|
|Number of Kitchens||3|
|Sommelier on staff||Yes|
The Club at High Hampton offers three distinct dining outlets boasting unmatched personalized service and a wide variety of offerings for members and guests
Halsted House is refined, yet approachable. A place members can enjoy a quiet evening celebrating a milestone or casually pull up seats at a table of friends. The club sources the highest quality ingredients with a focus on local products leading to a menu compromised of familiar favorites and dynamic seasonal offerings. Halsted House is open for happy hour and dinner with convertible indoor/outdoor spaces and a cozy bar area. This is the Club’s most formal dining option.
The club’s casual dining outlet is The Range House. Overlooking the driving range and Whiteside mountain, this charming, casual dining option boasts incredible views with healthy options, favorite snacks and comforting classics. Enjoy southern-inspired fare after a round of golf, hike, or tennis match. Open for breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks and libations, this is the perfect place to share a bite and the memories of the day with friends and family.
Mitch's serves the club’s pool and boat house. Open seasonally, Mitch’s is a fun, fast-casual option for a delicious lunch or before dinner snack. The focus is on hand held offering and pool side snacks.
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