Meals are always spectacular at the Club at Old Palm, but weekend dinners often take on an even more special flair. Executive Chef Jason Soule makes sure that the menus are inventive and that they include a variety of dishes suited to every imaginable taste. For instance, Chef Soule kicked off a recent weekend with a Friday Night menu that Old Palm members found tantalizing. Appetizers included Molasses Barbecue Quail and Sesame Seared Tuna. There was a fine selection of garden-fresh salads, and entrees ran the gamut from juicy Cowboy Spiced Delmonico Steak to Citrus Grilled Swordfish to hearty Forest Mushroom Pappardelle. How appropriate that the Italian word âpappardelleâ means âeat hungrily,â which is exactly how members enjoyed this dish of broad, flat pasta. The dinner on the following Sunday was just as savory. Prime New York Strip Steaks, thick Tenderloins and succulent Atlantic Salmon and were grilled to perfection. The Pasta Station featured Rigatoni with Meatballs and Italian Sausage and Roasted Vegetable Tortellini. The buffet was a smorgasbord of dishes such as Lemon Oregano Chicken, Bronzed Grouper and Baked Eggplant Parmagiana. Chef Soule has also created a Sunday âComfort to Goâ menu for Old Palm members who wish to dine at home. Highlights include Meatloaf, Roast Turkey Breast or Country Ham served with Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables and Gravy. How comforting.