Meadow Gardens Golf Club: outstanding greens and aged Alberta steak

Meadow Gardens Golf Club in Pitt Meadows offers a gorgeous, well-groomed 18-hole course with delicious on-site choices for the 19th hole. A driving range, pro shop and full-service wedding and event planning round out this scenic and conveniently-located facility.

“We’re very proud of our course, especially our greens,” says Hanna Brychkouskaya, Operations Manager at Meadow Gardens, “but we’re equally proud of our dining facilities. The Wedge Bar & Grill has an amazing menu and The Loft Lounge and Restaurant has an unbelievable view looking out at the Golden Ears mountain range. It’s become a special place for Sunday brunch and memorable dinners.”

Fresh food and tender grilled steak are mainstays of Executive Chef Anthony Arnold’s menus, which vary by season. Steak is a serious business at The Loft, where Alberta “AAA” beef is cut-to-order and aged 28 days before being seasoned by Chef Arnold’s legendary house-made steak rubs.

“Steak is a passion I share with our customers, but our menu reaches far beyond the classics,” says Chef Arnold. “Our kitchen creates meals to tempt contemporary taste buds, combining West Coast flavours with Japanese sensibilities for some truly progressive dishes.”

Wine lovers will delight in a carefully chosen menu of local favourites and international selections, while martinis come shaken or stirred with an extensive menu of their own, providing a perfect accompaniment to savoury appetizers and tapas.

Membership isn’t required to play the 18-hole course at Meadow Gardens Golf Club and test yourself on their championship greens, or to experience either of the club’s superior restaurants.

Whether you’re planning a patio-brunch meet-up with family or friends, a scenic round of golf or a wedding, Meadow Gardens deserves to be at the top of your list.

For reservations or club information, visit www.meadowgardens.com or find them on Facebook, call 604-465-5474, or simply drop by at 19675 Meadow Gardens Way in Pitt Meadows.

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