While driving the 17-Mile, I was getting really hungry. Stephen wanted to stop at Pebble Beach Resort, and agreed to get a bite to eat, so we went to the Tap Room.
You won’t get a view of the 18th hole, but chances are, there’s no wait for a table, you will get good service and amazingly good food. I also liked that the men are asked to remove their hats upon entering. This is just a classy thing, not to mention proper etiquette. In the old days, men never wore their hats upon entering a dining establishment. Today, young and old men don’t know proper etiquette anymore, and I’m glad The Tap Room enforces these old standards.
The menu had high end steaks, but also had sandwiches which were surprisingly affordable, not to mention delicious! The sandwiches were decent sized, enough for 2 people to share, if you were not too hungry. Being that my last meal was 6 hours ago, I decided to eat the whole thing myself.
My prime rib dip was $21 and it was amazingly delicious! Piled high on a toasted French roll was a generous serving of juicy prime rib, dunked in au jus, and served with crisp fries and a side of extra au jus. I would go drive just to get that sandwich again.
|View from the Tap Room|
|Prime Rib Dip|
Stephen had the pulled pork Bbq sandwich and it came with a generous side of beer battered onion rings. He commented that the meal was amazing as well.
The soft drinks were $4 but well worth the price, as our server refilled my glass 3 times without being asked. The sandwiches were so filling, we didn’t save room for dessert, which was the famous coconut cake.
Since our check was over $30, our gate fee was applied to our bill, bringing it down to $44 for 2 people. Sure, its a bit pricy for a normal lunch, but considering its at a famous resort like Pebble Beach, I found it to be quite reasonable.
Free wifi and parking. The restaurant is located to the left of the club entrance.
|BBQ Pulled Pork|
|Spent over $30? give your toll gate receipt and they’ll deduct the fee from your tab!|