According to today’s Independent, the Steakhouse at the Club at Flying Horse will open in mid-November, offering dinnertime access to non-members.

“To be clear, the remainder of the club, including the pool, golf course and main dining room, will stay members-only,” writes Matthew Schniper. “The Steakhouse will have its own entrance and ‘an incredible view, says [chef Ketel] Larsen, who cheffed for 12 years at Phantom Canyon Brewing Company prior to coming to Flying Horse eight years ago.

“On the menu, expect 16-ounce prime strips and ribeyes, a like-sized bison New York strip, a grass-fed filet, lamb chops, a 32-ounce porterhouse for two, Niman Ranch pork chops, lobster tails, Shetland Islands salmon and more seafood and specials.”