This colonnaded restaurant inside the Jekyll Club maintains a tradition of fine dining first established in the 19th century. The huge fireplace, views of the pool, and sparkling silver and crystal all contribute to the sense of old-style elegance. Signature dishes are the rack of lamb, duck breast, and the filet mignon, all seasoned differently depending on the seasons. The menu also includes local seafood and upscale takes on regional dishes such as shrimp and grits.
Note that while there is a "jacket preference" for male dining guests, there is not a dress code.