Piano bar, extra windows and a new Executive Chef keep residents flocking to the Tew-Mac Tavern.
In honor of “Patio Season,” Tewksbury (Mass.) Country Club is showing off its newly redesigned patio dining area, the Tewksbury Patch reports.
Updates to the Tew-Mac Tavern dining area include extra seating, a new piano and additional windows for enjoying the view of the club’s nine-hole public golf course. Executive Chef Elmer Scott joined the team in November 2011 and looks forward to offering varying seasonal dining options to members.
“I’m looking forward to lighter fares like fresh salads and veggies,” he explained. “It’s a great chance for me to enhance local growers too.”
The club will still offer local favorites like Sicilian calamari, hot buttered lobster roll and the classic reuben. Scott previously worked for the Bedford (N.H.) Village Inn, The JFK School of Government in Cambridge, Mass., and the North Andover (Mass.) Country Club.
“When I came here I was looking forward to a challenge and a new adventure,” Scott explained. “I want to provide local customers with a chance to enjoy a new flair and technique right here in Tewksbury, without having to leave and go to Boston.”
Marc Ginsburg opened the club in 2003 and the tavern is named for the airport that previously inhabited the club’s site, The Tew-Mac Airport. The updated patio opened May 14.