LOBSTERS “FLYING OUT” OF THE KITCHEN SATURDAY NIGHTS AT THE CLUB AT BOCA POINTE

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Who needs to go to a seafood restaurant to enjoy a delicious lobster dinner? For members at the Club at Boca Pointe, it is as one the hottest item on the Saturday night menu!

“We offer a two-pound lobster dinner every Saturday night, which must be ordered by Thursday. Our members enjoy it so much that it is common to see members invite their nearest and dearest friends to enjoy it with them!” says Executive Chef Terry Daniels who oversees the ordering of this delicious crustacean.

“We have a great supplier who provides us with the sweetest two-pounders in the area,” declares Chef Terry. “Our two-pound lobster dinner comes complete with all the trimmings. This includes soup, salad, two sides, and dessert,” he adds.

“It is not unusual for us to be serving close to 30 lobsters on Saturday night during the season. Many of our members look forward to this offering. It is quite a sight to see our wait staff carry the lobsters out of the kitchen,” he exclaims with a smile.

 

The Club at Boca Pointe offers dinner to its members nearly every night between its two clubhouse restaurants – the Main Dining Room and Grand Café. Members can choose between a fixed menu, buffet that is often themed, and daily specials. Fridays and Saturdays also offer fun entertainment in the lounge during dinner hours ranging alternately between Latin, Rock-n-Roll, Disco, and Big Band.

 

We welcome you to call membership at 561-864-8539 to learn more about Boca Pointe’s many membership opportunities, ranging from equity to non-equity programs, for both year-round and seasonal Floridians.

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