777 Delaware Park Blvd.
At the Rail Wine Bar & Grille invites you to enjoy your beef as a perfectly grilled filet mignon marinated in Port and topped with herbed butter or as a dry-aged strip steak served with a cake of cheddar polenta with a ratatouille. Or have it as part of a surf-and-turf, either as braised short rib with seared scallops or as part of a mixed grill of filet with shrimp, scallops or lobster. Classic.
The dry-aged New York strip at At the Rail Wine Bar & Grill is a thing of beauty—
perfectly aged beef grilled just so, then topped with truffle demi glace and served over
blue-cheesy polenta. It’s a great spin on a classic. Did we mention Waygu beef burgers?
From the restaurant, bar and veranda of At the Rail Bar & Grill, you can check out the meticulously maintained golf course at White Clay Creek Country Club. Enjoy a meal while viewing the practice green, the tee at No. 9 and, beyond that, the 14th fairway.
There’s no debate: The view from At the Rail Wine Bar and Grille is simply awesome. The public restaurant with a country club feel offers a panoramic view of White Clay Creek Country Club’s painstakingly maintained golf course. From the restaurant, bar and veranda, you can view the practice green, the tee at No. 9 and, beyond that, the 14th fairway. All that greenery is framed by a backdrop of trees. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot a group of whitetail deer or an eagle—either of the bald variety or scored by a golfer.