Message from the General Manager — The Oaks is OPEN!
February 15, 2017
By Debbie Casey
It may be rainy and a bit gloomy outside, but things are getting brighter at The Oaks! The 19th Hole has provided a nice gathering spot for friends seeking shelter from the weather. We have been able to offer a few of Chef Chris' soups and salads and even a taste of our special flatbread pizzas. This week we started practicing our lunch menu and today the dinner menu. Our team is learning a lot and working on all ofthe many details we face with opening a brand new facility. We are hearing great compliments and we all certainly appreciate your patience and your support!
And it certainly seems everyone is looking forward to the first Taco Night at The Oaks! We will be gathering in the new Cedar Room to be sure we have enough space. The team has planned a great buffet with the usualtaco ingredients –but on a higher level with House-made salsa and chips, pork carnitas and chicken, beans and Spanish rice. All for just $12 a plate. And of course a full bar featuring margaritas!
Again – we appreciate everyone's patience as we ease into our new surroundings.
And as a true sign that we are fully operational at The Oaks, the modular trailers that have served as our Golf Shop and temporary restrooms were removed today. Took a bit of doing, but they made their way down off the hill and out of Lake Wildwood. As soon as weather permits we will work on cleaning up the area and getting back to normal near the practice facilities.
So it's truly the start of a new era at Lake Wildwood.
Took a bit of time and a lot of help from many people – but The Oaks is finally here!
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