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“Great Break from the Hotel!”
Review of Sam Snead's Tavern - CLOSED

Sam Snead's Tavern
Cuisines: Armenian
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Description: This gastro-tavern blends modern techniques with traditional recipes while providing house-made comfort dishes qith a quality approach.Selections include Tavern Slammers, chicken pot pies, sauteed Allegheny Mountain trout, Sam's selection of grilled steaks and fun desserts such as our famed cinnamon doughnut bread pudding and apple cobblers. Wash it all down with a vast menu of wines and regional brews that complement savory dinners and a unique setting in the village of Hot Springs. Enjoy viewing the pictures recapping the life of the late legendary golfer, Sam Snead. Sam Snead was born here in Hot Springs and always made it his home. Sam's professional career spanned nearly seven decades, and he amassed at least 185 tournament victories, more than any other player in the history of the PGA Tour.
Reviewed March 4, 2014

Nice menu and offerings, great ambiance. Tons of golf history. Staff was proffesional and wine list was sufficient. Meat Loaf experiment is NOT reccomended!

Thank Walter M
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Reviewed January 31, 2014

We have been here a number of times. Nice atmosphere and a good varied pub grub menu.

The memorobilia from Sam Snead's collection displayed throughout the pub is really amazing---lot's of pictures with Presidents and notables--take time to grab a pint and walk around.

Not inexpensive, but a great alternative to the more expensive options at the hotel--Homestead. Burgers, Chicken Pot Pie are great, but they also have Fish and Chips and Meat loaf on the menu.

Enjoy

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Thank ajgibb1
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Reviewed January 27, 2014

We wanted a casual spot to take our young kids to dine. Sam Snead's was recommended. We had a pleasant experience- had a very nice server- but for the price of the food, we expected a little higher quality. If you're going to charge $25 for fish and chips, it had better be something pretty spectacular...

Thank hsctiger93
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Reviewed January 12, 2014

This location is a departure from the larger and somewhat stuffier eating opportunities up the hill at the Homestead, although this is a Homestead restaurant (you can charge to your room). We sat on the ground floor, right next to the bar, near the large gas fireplace. It was a bit tight, not too crowded, but not the spacious dining experience you get up the hill in the Big House.

My son and I had burgers, daughter the fish and chips and wife something else, and all were good. Service was very friendly and attentive, and when our meal was a bit slow, she took 20% off the bill without even the hint of a problem. I can't remember the last time I was afforded that kind of treatment in any kind of restaurant. Dessert was good, as were the appetizers.

As with any Homestead eatery, get a reservation before you arrive, as they fill up fast, especially during peak holiday periods.

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Thank rugby007
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Reviewed January 11, 2014

If you are staying at the Homestead, I recommend walking over to Sam Snead's for a great experience. Ask to sit by the fireplace as we did and take time to look at the memorabilia along the walls. Begin with the Pimms cocktail. The pub fare was fun and adequately prepared. I had the chicken pot pie which I enjoyed and our table shared a variety of desserts. Overall, a terrific evening.

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Thank bluegrassmom3
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