Chef Jamie Wiest runs the Club Bistro and Pub in the former Three Little Bakers clubhouse. The 126-seat bistro, open daily for happy hour and dinner, is upstairs. It’s available for events during the day. The more casual 78-seat pub downstairs offers patio access. The pub serves lunch and dinner. Both floors share an appetizer menu, but the entrées differ. The most expensive entrée in the pub is $16.95, but most are under $12, including fun burgers like The Pub 5 Alarm, a Cajun-blackened burger with spicy tobacco onions, Tabasco mayo and pepper jack cheese ($8.95). In the bistro, the butter-roasted, 12-ounce rib-eye with a gorgonzola and wild mushroom demi-glace tops the menu at $34.95, but you can dine affordably on salmon topped with a lemon, black olive and oregano compote ($15.95) or two crab cakes—already billed as “famous”—with roasted corn-and-scallion salsa and green chile sour cream ($25). Golf course views are free.