The Frog Rock Golf and Country Club offers more than just fine dining and golf; the family-owned establishment has ties to the area dating to 1968, and the family legend continues.
Current manager and part owner, Kristin (Colasurdo) Keating believes old-fashioned values and old-fashioned fun are the perfect recipe for success.
"Frog Rock specializes in old-fashioned nights out," she says. "Our nightlife is laced with class, style, lasting friendships and solid camaraderie."
And the Frog Rock is no fair-weather bar - the fun keeps going in the summer sun and winter winds.
"In the summer, you will find the crowds at our outdoor bar," Keating says. "Guests can sit out there, sipping great cocktails or crisp wine, and overlook the lake and golf course. In the winter months, the vibe of Frog Rock changes to bonfires and cigars on the patio with port tastings and ice-skating."
No matter your style or taste, the Frog Rock aims to please. Be sure to join them Saturday, Dec. 17, for their traditional Seven Fishes Dinner followed by a "Back In The Day" Dance Party featuring DJ Tony Marcie.
Saturday, Dec. 17: Traditional Seven Fishes Dinner in the dining room before the party, reservations recommended. "Back In The Day" Dance Parties with DJ Tony Marcie: Christmas Edition, 7 p.m.
Wednesdays: Bocce League, weather permitting, 3 p.m.
Be Our Guest:
Come On, Get Happy: Frog Rock offers happy hour every 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, with a large variety of beers and wine at a discount.
Special Sips: "This time of year, we are known for our mulled wine," Keating begins. "Guests also love the caramel apple martini and the candy cane martini. We also offer winter beer selections, and if you don't see something you want on the menu, our mixologists can create just about anything."
Favorite Bites: Be sure to dine while you wine at Frog Rock, on exclusive dishes such as sweet red chili french-fried calamari, stuffed filet mignon and a french-fried lobster tail.
Fun Fact: In the late '60s, Rock and Gloria Colasurdo wanted to renew and save a cranberry bog in Hammonton. So, the family bid on the land and won it at a mere $1,000. Today it still stands as The Frog Rock.