Dining at Kent Country Club
Whether you are looking for a casual dinner on our Patio, a family-friendly meal in our Pub or a formal sit-down dinner in our Kent or East Rooms, we are sure to have the perfect location for you and your Guests. Combined with our exceptional dining menus and perfectly crafted cocktails and you are sure to have an unforgettable dining experience each time you visit Kent.
Kent's Dining Options
The Kent & East Rooms
Kent's formal dining rooms offer an elegant atmosphere and amazing course views which make these spaces the perfect locations for a business lunch or formal dinner.
This fun and casual eating area offers breathtaking course views in a casual and family friendly environment. With large screen televisions, this is the perfect space to watch the big game or have a relaxed dinner while the kid's are busy playing with an assortment of toys and games provided by KCC.
Seasonal outside dining is available all along the front of the Clubhouse. Complete with two firepit areas, as well as a stunning view of the eighteenth green, this is the perfect place to end your round of golf or simply enjoy a beautiful summer evening.
Grab a casual lunch or snack while relaxing in the summer sun. With poolside service, you never have to leave your chair while you and the kid's enjoy summer fun at KCC!
Enjoy a quick break from your round of golf, with a stop at the KCC Halfway House. Enjoy an assortment of snacks and beverages.
Kent's Menu Options
Summer 2017 Lunch Menu
Summer 2017 Pub Menu
Summer 2017 Dinner Menu
Meet the Chef
A Bay City native, Chef Jason
attended the Bay Arenac Career Center under Chef Andy Bacigalupo and worked at
the Bay Valley Resort prior to attending the Culinary Institute of America in
Hyde Park New York. Chef Jason attended an externship at the Soraing Eagle
Casino working in the Siniikaung Steakhouse,
Fire Fly Buffet, and Water Lily Restaurants. After Graduating the CIA, Chef
Jason worked up to executive chef of the Bavarian Inn Lodge, where he was
featured in an editorial with the Detroit Press and was the chef selected for
the World Expo of Beer pairing dinner for three years. Chef Jason did a stage
at Alinea in Chicago before coming to Kent Country Club in May of 2015. Chef
Jason has a flair for innovation and molecular gastronomy and is constantly looking
to produce food that no one else is doing in Grand Rapids. Chef Jason is
married to Bethany Wellnitz and together they have a son Jackson Wellnitz.