Dine while overlooking beautiful Table Rock Lake
Stonewater Cove is a remote getaway with set hours for meals and ever-changing menu selections to encourage group interaction and an intimate, fun environment. Full American Plan rates include full board for all registered guests, including: 3 meals per day, regular, non-alcoholic beverages, as well as some scheduled snacks and hors d’oeuvres throughout your stay.
Breakfast includes a variety of options for the light-eating or hungrier morning guests. Each morning: Biscuits and gravy, specialities of the Chef, omelets, fresh pastries, fruits, and deluxe coffee are sure to start your day right. Lunch can be enjoyed poolside, in the lounge, or boxed up for enjoying while out on the lake or in the forest and usually consists of sandwiches, wraps, hamburgers, soups, and home-made potato chips. Dinner ranges from gourmet barbeque to 5 course meals, and a new menu is created each day with 2-3 inspired selections. S’mores, chips, and other snacks are also included with your stay, and children’s menu items such as macaroni and cheese and chicken tenders are also made available.
As you sip your morning coffee in our hand-made rocking chairs, watch the fog lifting off the lake. Then marvel at the beautiful sunset from The Lodge restaurant that faces directly into the west. Across the lake and over the forest hills, the sun turns either a rosy pink, fucshia, or peach orange, often cascading colors of purple, indigo, mauve, and amber along the edges of spectacular cloud formations. Our chef will also create customized menus for intimate weddings, private dinners, and corporate getaways.
Public dining is available on Saturday night at The Lodge restaurant; reservations are required. Click here to see the Saturday, July 25, 2015 Gourmet Dinner Menu.
The entire staff and the food was very professional and thorough. Coming from two people that have been in the food business our entire lives, that kind of compliment doesn’t come easily. If I ever had the ability to have my own place, it would sure look a lot like what you have made a reality… -Jim Nesbitt, Houston, TX