New owner’s new plan for historic Muskegon Country Club includes restaurant

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — The people behind Boatwerks, FireRock Grille and Gravity Taphouse Grille are bringing a new restaurant to a historic location in Muskegon.

A concept render provided by RedWater shows what the wraparound bar and dining area of ​​Lake Bluff Grille could look like.

New owner Red water unveiled its vision for Muskegon Country Club this week. Plans include a new public restaurant inside the 114-year-old golf destination. It will be called Lake Bluff Grille because it sits atop a cliff overlooking Lake Muskegon.

Lake Bluff Grille will feature booths and tables surrounding a wraparound bar at the heart of the restaurant. It will also include a wine wall with a wine rack for guests. The owners describe the interior as “a modern, contemporary interior design with an inviting and warm feel”.

A rendering provided by RedWater shows what the remodeled dining room at Muskegon Country Club could look like.

The menu of new appetizers, sandwiches and American dishes will include a RedWater favorite: 500-degree firestones for customers to cook their food at their table.

A rendering provided by RedWater shows what the newly renovated Muskegon Country Club dining room could look like.

RedWater also plans to renovate the private golf club’s dining and event spaces, including covering the outdoor patio and adding a reception courtyard for outdoor occasions. The company plans to open the restaurant and updated facilities this spring.

Indoor golf simulators equipped with arcade games are also coming to Muskegon Country Club. The new simulators are expected to open to the public this fall and winter.

RedWater purchased Muskegon Country Club last summer. The company now owns eight golf clubs, nine event venues and 10 public restaurants, including Boatwerks Waterfront Restaurant in Holland, The Butler in SaugatuckFireRock Grille in Gaines Township and Gravity Taphouse Grille in Grand Rapids.

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