Visitors who are enjoying a round at Hampstead’s popular Olde Point Golf and Country Club can polish off a game with a fresh lunch, post-game drink, or tempting dinner at the acclaimed Georges At Olde Point. Featuring a statuesque bar and dining area, and pretty views of the adjacent golf course, this classic eatery features a modest menu that’s designed to appeal to patrons of all tastes and appetites.
The food is reasonably priced and fairly classic, with a nice range of salads, appetizers, sandwiches and “George’s Favorites” to choose from. Golfers and everyday patrons can complement a cold drink with a pub-worthy appetizer, like chicken wings, house made pickle chips, fried shrimp with a Thai chili sauce, or indulgent bacon and cheese fries. For something more substantial, order one of George’s classic sandwiches, like the BLT or Philly cheese steak, or opt for one of the “favorites,” like the Reuben, the fish and chips, or the “Hawaiian” which boasts grilled or blackened chicken topped with red onion, pineapple, and Swiss cheese. Always refreshing, with a host of specials that can change regularly, Georges At Olde Point is developing a both local and vacationing following that’s well outside the golfing sect of Hampstead.