Monday, March 23, 2015

Celebrate Easter at Old Kinderhook

Join us for our Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 5th! Brunch will be served in the Trophy Room from 10:00am to 3:00pm. The adult price is $32, or $26 for seniors. Children's price is $10 for ages 5-10, while those 4 and under are free! Come celebrate Easter with us at the BEST fine dining restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks!

Easter Brunch Menu 


Danish, Pastries, Muffins and Breads
Market Display of Fruit
Waldorf Salad
Deviled Egg Salad

Cold Smoked Salmon
Delaware Bay Oysters on the Half Shell
Bibb Lettuce, Strawberries, Candied Almonds, Bleu Cheese, Balsamic
Back Yard Salad

Scrambled Eggs with Missouri White Cheddar
Eggs Benedict
Applewood Smoked Bacon and Country Sausage Links
Creamy White Cheddar Grits

Slow Roasted Bone-In Prime Rib
Easter Pit Smoked Ham
Chicken Ballotine
Crab Stuffed Sole Paupiettes

Yukon Golf Smashed Au Gratin Potatoes
Herb Roasted New Potatoes
Parisian Peas
Roasted Broccoli & Cauliflower

New Orleans Bread Pudding with
Creme Anglaise
Chocolate Eclairs
Lemon Tarts
White Chocolate Mousse
Carrot Cake

Please call 573-317-3560 for reservations! The Trophy Room at Old Kinderhook is open daily, year-round. From the best burgers around to juicy steaks and seafood dishes, our Lake of the Ozarks restaurant has something for everyone to enjoy. You can also enjoy meals and drinks from the Hook Cafe, the Cabana and the new Hearth Room Coffee Bar. See you soon!

Make Old Kinderhook Your Place at the Lake by calling 888-346-4949 today! 

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Old Kinderhook!

All over the world, people celebrate St. Patrick's Day. While the holiday is built on Irish culture, many of the popular traditions began in the United States. Old Kinderhook brings you some insight on several of the most popular St. Patrick's Day traditions. Which ones will you take part in this year?



St. Patrick's Day Traditions


1. Wearing Green 


Many people across the United States will wear the color green today. In fact, you might just get pinched if you don't! Wearing green represents Irish heritage and culture for many, but in Ireland the wearing of green for that purpose doesn't really exist. However, they do wear shamrocks to symbolize the teaching of the holy trinity by St. Patrick.

2. Parades 


Another American tradition is all the parades and festivals. The first St. Patrick's Day actually took place in New York City, not in Ireland. Since then, parades have become a major attraction for millions all over the world. Hundreds of parades occur in many different countries each year, with thousands in attendance. It wasn't until 1955 that Dublin started holding St. Patrick's Day parades to try to boost tourism. In Ireland today, the St. Patrick's Festival takes place over 5 days and involves art shows, plays, concerts, fun fairs and the main parade.

3. Green Beer 


Good luck trying to find green beer in Ireland. While you may be able to find it in select bars in Dublin, this tradition of drinking green beer actually started in the United States. In fact, up until the late 1970s, Irish pubs were prohibited from being open on March 17. More than likely the tradition of green beer stemed from the Irish tradition of dropping a clover in one's drink, then drinking it all down for good luck. The first recorded incident of beer turning green occurred in New York City in 1914.

4. Corned Beef and Cabbage 


Each year, thousands of Irish-Americans gather at the dinner table to enjoy a "traditional" meal of corned beef and cabbage. While cabbage has long been an Irish food, corned beef only became associated with St. Patrick's Day at the turn of the century. Irish immigrants living on New York City’s Lower East Side substituted corned beef for their traditional dish of Irish bacon to save money. They learned about the cheaper alternative from their Jewish neighbors.

5. Irish Music


From the ancient days of the celts, music has always been a big part of Irish culture and therefore, St. Patrick's Day. The Celts had an oral culture, where religion, legend and history were passed from one generation to the next through stories and songs. After being conquered by the English and forbidden to speak their own language, the Irish turned to music to hold onto their heritage. Today, traditional Irish bands are gaining popularity. The music features instruments that have been used for centuries, including the fiddle, the uilleann pipes, the tin whistle and the bodhran.

The team at Old Kinderhook wishes you a very Happy St. Patrick's Day! Along with St. Patrick's Day comes the start of Spring at the Lake. What better place to enjoy this warmer weather than The Lodge at Old Kinderhook. We are now open and taking reservations for the 2015 season. Come check it out and see what all we have going on at the BEST golf resort at the Lake of the Ozarks!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

The Trophy Room Competes for BEST Chef this Weekend!

Join us at Seven Springs Winery this weekend as The Trophy Room takes on 3 other local restaurants for a chance to be named BEST chef at the Lake! The doors open at 11 AM, with the first tasting at 2 PM and judging at 4 PM. Tickets for the 6th Annual Silver Cup Chefs Challenge Finals are just $35!

The Trophy Room at Old Kinderhook 


The Trophy Room features live entertainment, gorgeous views and a warm ambiance. The chef has prepared menus ranging from sandwiches and pizza to steak and seafood with nightly features. Indoor, outdoor and private dining are available at this fine dining restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks. Open year round, Old Kinderhook provides breakfast, lunch and dinner at prices that won't break the bank!

Old Kinderhook is a public facility and "our gates are always open...explore the possibilities!" In addition to The Trophy Room, Old Kinderhook also features:
  • The Hook Cafe, serving quick serve breakfast and lunch. 
  • The Cabana, serving a limited menu. 
  • The Hearth Room, proudly serving Starbucks coffee from 6-11 AM. 

Other Local Competitors include: 


  • Camden on the Lake
  • Ruthie D.'s 
  • Restoration Farm

The theme this week is "Fins, Feathers & Fur." Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tri-County YMCA. They are only taking the first 80 reservations, so call 573-317-0100 now to reserve your seat. Come on out and cheer on The Trophy Room at Old Kinderhook, while also supporting your community! 

Friday, March 6, 2015

Grand Opening of The Lodge at Old Kinderhook

Join us for the Grand Opening of The Lodge at Old Kinderhook! For nearly 15 years, Old Kinderhook has built a reputation for exceptional golf, outstanding dining venues, marina facilities and lake living the way it's meant to be. With the addition of 84 guest rooms, a state of the art conference center and new amenities, we will better serve the 25,000 people that visit Old Kinderhook each year and welcome new guests!


In addition to 84 guest rooms and a 250-person conference center, The Lodge at Old Kinderhook features an indoor and outdoor pool, seasonal ice skating rink, seasonal sand volleyball courts and expanded recreation, spa and marina facilities. The lodge showcases the beautiful views of Old Kinderhook's Tom Weiskopf signature golf course at the Lake of the Ozarks. Guests may enjoy a cozy fire inside or outside the new lodge. The goal is to capture a true lodge feel. Our new lodge will allow recreational and business guests the opportunity to enjoy Old Kinderhook year-round!