91st Hole: When you come off the course and need a cold one and maybe a bite to eat, you'll embrace the 91st Hole. Located in the Resort Clubhouse, it's the perfect place to talk about the drive that got away-and the putt that didn't. Also serving light snacks Dress Code: Resort casual
The Ryder Cup Lounge: Relive the fabulous moments of this U.S. vs. U.K. championship, once held at Pinehurst in 1951. Memorabilia of the event's history surrounds you as you enjoy a favorite beverage like the Arnold Palmer - all within easy access of the Carolina lobby. Its wide outdoor veranda and rocking chairs are a favorite cocktail spot after a long meeting. Meet them at the Ryder Cup for lunch, dinner or a late night menu sampling. Dress Code: Resort casual
The Donald Ross Grill: In addition to golf designer and head professional, Donald Ross, also served as Grill Manager during his tenure at Pinehurst. Located at the Resort Clubhouse. Dress: Resort casual
Centennial Dining Room on Pinehurst No. 8: Course No. 8 was designed to celebrate Pinehurst's 100th Anniversary and you'll find plenty to celebrate here. The dining room is open daily for lunch when the golf course is open and offers a deli-style menu that is perfectly suited to the golfer's need for dining and relaxations after a round of golf. Dress: Resort casual
The Carolina Coffee Shop: An early morning cappuccino. A late afternoon latte - or better yet, a smoothie or iced coffee. The coffee shop, located off of the lobby of the Carolina hotel, is great for a hot or cold one on the go, or a place to enjoy a quick sandwich or pastry, just like Parisians do.
Afternoon Tea: In a time-honored tradition, Pinehurst offers afternoon tea service every day at 4:00 pm in the Carolina hotel and Holly Inn lobbies. Gather with fellow guests to enjoy complimentary lemonade or tea and cookies, and take part in Pinehurst's dedication to true Southern hospitality.