With the new Crown Isle app you can browse menus and order ahead for take-out and drive-through at the resort’s restaurant and take-out venues, whether you golf or not.

What’s for dinner? Local resort tees-off new app for meals on-the-go

Crown Isle goes mobile with app for food orders, golf competitions and more!

There’s a new way to dine out, and it’s probably in your hand right now.

With the new Crown Isle app you can browse menus and order ahead for take-out and drive-through at the resort’s restaurant and take-out venues, whether you golf or not.

“We introduced take-out from the Timber Room this spring and we’re happy to continue that service, even now that the restaurant’s open for dining-in as well,” says Crown Isle’s Kristy Pedersen.

Chef Dan Vogt and the core kitchen team are constantly creating new options with fresh local ingredients, so it’s worth downloading the app to keep up on daily specials at the resort’s different dining venues. You’ll also get 50 per cent off your first take-out order!

The new app is great for golfers too, with scorecards, realtime GPS, exclusive deals and fun competitions.

“Keep score on the monthly leaderboard and you’ll have a chance to win prizes and gift certificates for both members and guests.” Pedersen says.Weekly Men’s Night and upcoming Ladies’ Night (starts June 29) also use the app for games and prizes.

3 great restaurants, 1 easy app

  • Timber Room Bar & Grill: Freshly renovated with stylish design details and additional health and safety infrastructure, the Timber Room has re-opened for dining from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Dramatic live-edge tables pay homage to the Comox Valley’s logging history, and there’s new seating indoors and on the patio. “We’ve added seven TVs to the Timber Room, and now that the PGA is back you can watch the pros play while enjoying an aprés golf meal,” Pedersen says. Expect modifications as the restaurant adapts to changing COVID-19 protocols.
  • Sandwedge Halfway Shack: Feeling hungry in the middle of your golf game? There’s a new snack bar at the top of the 10th tee serving hot dogs, hamburgers, all-day breakfast and other light bites and drinks for golfers on the go. Try the Driver Dog, a hotdog-hamburger hybrid on a custom bun. “With the app you can order your meal from the seventh fairway and it will be waiting for you when you get to the turn,” Pedersen says. “There’s seating outside so you can cheer on — or jeer on — the golfers teeing off as you enjoy your snack.”
  • COMING SOON: Crown Smokehouse Drive-through: Opening this July inthe resort parking lot, Crown Isle’s newest food venue will offer barbecue fresh from the smoker and straight to your car as you drive through. Offering a premium smoke house menu with convenience and fresh food for families on-the-go. “The Sandwege is golfer-focused, but Crown Smokehouse has a unique menu that’s different from our other dining options and great for the whole family.” Stay tuned for info on the grand opening!

For the latest on resort services and facilities, visit crownisle.com, or follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Download the app for exclusive deals, and to see what’s for dinner tonight!

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The Timber Room at Crown Isle Resort is now open for dine-in and take-out, complete with refreshed decor.

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