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About Scotland Run Golf Club's Highlander Pub & Grill
A popular hot spot for golfers after a round and locals alike, the Highlander Pub and Grill offers casual fare with flair. Here you"ll enjoy a neighborhood tavern atmosphere, delicious menu and hearty portions. The extensive menu offers over-stuffed pub sandwiches, mouth-watering steaks, delectable pasta and seafood dishes and more including upscale, gourmet chef specialties daily. You'll even find authentic Scottish dishes such as Shepherd's Pie, Fish & Chips and Chicken Pot Pie. The Highlander offers an outdoor dining area like none other. The expansive patio over-looking the course is the perfect place to enjoy a drink, have dinner or just relax. And, with an extensive wine menu, diners can delight in sampling featured wines nightly. The Bar also features many imported and domestic draft and bottled beers. The house draft, Belhaven Scottish Ale, has been brewed in Dunbar, Scotland since 1719. The Highlander Pub & Grill is open to the public daily serving lunch & dinner from 11am.
Williamstown, NJ 08094
American, Scottish, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm; Lunch Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday: 2:00pm - 4:00pm; Dinner Nightly: 4:00pm - Close
Fries Mill Rd. & Rt. 322
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment on the patio every Friday & Saturday evenings from 7-10pm thru Labor Day.
Ample Free Parking Available with Porte Cochere and Handicap Parking.
Private Party Facilities:
Grand Ballroom, Events Pavilion & Garden, Private Dining Room and new Conservatory.
Private Party Contact:
Marlo Dye and Alex Calvo: (856) 865-3737 ext. 104
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Scotland Run Golf Club's Highlander Pub & Grill Ratings and Reviews
This place serves as a weeknight dinner place but also a special occasion restaurant and also has a lively bar scene. We stop by frequently and the country club setting along with weekend entertainment never fails to please. The drinks and food are always good.
The food was average at best. I had the highlander seafood. The past pasta was drenched in a watery based butter sause. My wife had the scallops.....she said the rice was cold and there was little asparagras on the plate. There was a large party before us....eventually the manager came over and apologized for the long wait....over 45 minutes.....no offer of a free drink or discount....in summary....food was below average and it took way too long to get the food.
The food is normally top notch, but I've always visited for dinner. I guess lunch isn't their thing. The appetizers wasn't bad, but the grilled chicken caesar salad had wilted lettuce and the grilled chicken wasn't even warm. Worse yet, the chicken was surprisingly flavorless. My fiancee's meal was about the same.
Went for brunch. Great variety on buffet disappointed could not get made to order eggs , just omelets. Bagels on buffet almost impossible to reach and no way to toast them. Servers had good attitude but were overworked, it took way too long to get our beverages and that's the the only item they had to serve. Price was fair. Very crowded and noisey not the place for conversation.
The service was outstanding. My Coconut Shrimp had NO coconut and was just breaded. I was pre warned by the waiter that two orders were returned. I still kept the order but feel like the menu is very misleading. Instead of ordering pre made food--make your own.....
Service was better than usual and that is a good thing. It was St. Patrick's evening and there was nice energy in the dining room and bar areas. Irish music was delightful! Special Irish dishes were scrumptiouss- corned beef and cabbage plus the whiskey salmon!!
Not our first trip here, but certainly the most disappointing. The waitress was aloof - never even bothered to make eye contact with one of us. We requested whole wheat pasta (which was on the menu as an option) and told there wasn't any. Sorry, but with the focus on healthy, this should not happen. Usually much better than this experience, and while I'm sure we will be back, it won't be for a while.
Everything was more or less fine but I felt that fine wasn't good enough. The bus boys were excellant and on top of everything, which was good because we didn't see our waiter alot. Luckily as it was buffet he wasn't needed much but I'm hoping he had to tip the bus boys. Biggest complaints were that roast beef was cold and waiter put the check in front of the man in our party. Not cool.
Scotland Run is a favorite! The dining is wonderful as well as the happy hour choices. They are building a larger bar which will be grand as we enjoyed the acoustical guitar by Mike Wilson and there was no room in the bar albeit was a Friday night. Looking forward to returning soon.
My husband wanted to take me out for a nice dinner for two. We have been to Scotland Run before & was very pleased. Not so this time. Took a while to get seated & they were not busy at all. Table missing some of the setting. Took a while to get service once seated. We didn't get time to finish our soup/salad &'the main course had been brought out. I enjoyed my meal, but my husband did not enjoy his, prime rib, which has a lot of fat & gristle.
But again, have been there before & other visits were all good .
We have been to the Sunday brunch before at Scotland Run and I remember it being pretty good. Don't know what the problem was this time but it was just terrible. The food was just bad...it was not hot enough to start with which is dangerous. The choices of food were pretty blah, even the mini pastries were terrible; worst cream I've ever had in a cream puff. On the plus side, the staff is very attentive.
I go for the Wednesday night special and half price appetizers. We arrive before 6pm to get fabulous appetizers and a drink. The Surf and Turf is a great value. We usually take that home. I prefer a table near the windows to look out at the well manicured landscape and watch the sun set.
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