Dining at AAGOC’s historic clubhouse is special. A summer night with friends and family on the porch is one of Ann Arbor’s best-kept secrets. When cool weather arrives, a fireside seat in the upper dining room is the place to be.
From burgers to fine cuisine, the menu has something for everyone, and Chef is always ready to cook up a “just as you like it” entrée if at all possible. For dessert, consider a Mrs. Vines sundae, a long-standing club tradition.
We love our dedicated and accomplished staff. Many return season after season, delighting us with their fond attachment to our club.
DINING - FAQs
Casual Dress is permitted in all Clubhouse Dining Facilities. This includes denim of any color, traditional golf attire and business casual. For men, an appropriate shirt with collar or mock collar, walking shorts or slacks are recommended. For women, dresses, blouses, and tops without collar and/or sleeves may be worn. Sundresses and strapless dresses are acceptable, however, given the wide range of styles today, it is expected that women use discretion in the selection of attire, and wear sweaters/wraps/shawls as appropriate to the spirit and tradition of the club.
Casual dress does not include ripped, soiled, cut-off or see-through clothing, concert, novelty, slogan and/or offensive T-shirts, athletic shorts, short-shorts, overalls, sweat clothes, bare-midriff styles, tube or halter tops, muscle shirts, and underwear style T-shirts. Men and boys are asked not to wear hats while dining.
Club staff will advise members and their guests if their attire is not considered in compliance with the dress code policy and can deny clubhouse access to anyone in violation of this code.
The AAGOC Dining Room is not open to the public. Guests must be accompanied by a member.
AAGOC does not have a State of Michigan liquor license. Members may bring their own alcoholic beverages to the club. The Dining Room staff is not permitted to handle alcoholic beverages.