Beginning April 28, brunch will be served in the clubhouse each Sunday through the season. Please find the week 1 menu below. A full bar will also be available. A member's match will take place at 11 on field 1. Please bring a friend and come out on Sunday!!e New Bridge Polo
Menu ( Week 1)
All Items $4.00
Chicken Salad Wrap
-Chicken salad, lettuce, tomato, 10” tortilla
Roast beef on Baguette
-Mini baguette, shaved roast beef (prime rib), Havarti cheese, roasted garlic mayo
-Mini baguette, ham, turkey, lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheddar and swiss cheese. Dijon mayo
Carolina Rice Salad
-Rice, peppers, green onion, parsley, peas, and italian dressing
-Slaw mix, chopped cilantro, fresh lime juice, apple cider vinaigrette
Southern Potato Salad
-Mustard based potato salad, a southern classic
Cookies and Browniesind the week 1 menu below, a full bar will also be available. A member's match will take place at 11 on field 1. Please bring a friend and come out on Sunday!
-Assorted cookies, 2-3 types
-Vanilla, chocolate, assorted icing/toppings
- May 31, Bodega Gratia food and wine event on May
3 at 7PM. Open to everyone, no charge, food and wine.
Things to do in Aiken!
Aiken Center for the Arts
Aiken Center for the Arts promotes the arts in the community with art educational classes, fine art gallery sales including local artists and exhibition opportunities in 5 galleries, cultural activities, films, musical performances, rental options and partnerships in the arts community. The gift shop offers an eclectic variety of fabulous artistic works.
Aiken County Farmers Market
Listed on the Aiken Historic Register, the Farmers Market sells fresh produce including corn, tomatoes, beans, fruit and more. Goods displayed are laid out on the tables built by farmers and families of Aiken County over 50 years ago. The Market, now as then, is a place where produce is sold and conversation and recipes are shared with friends, old and new.
Aiken County Historical Museum
Set within one of Aiken's famed "Winter Colony" cottages, the Aiken County Historical Museum, also known as "Banksia" after the Banksia Rose, will enthrall visitors with Aiken's past, present and future.