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Tampa Bay restaurant firm brings new concept to Pinellas golf club

  • By Laura Lyon
  • | 3:45 p.m. June 19, 2024
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Dunedin Golf Club
Dunedin Golf Club
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The Feinstein Group, a hospitality company that owns several restaurants in the Tampa Bay area, is bringing their latest concept to the Dunedin Golf Club.

The Highland House is slated to open in November this year and will serve New American cuisine to club members and the general public. The 15,000-square-foot space will serve as the dining anchor and event venue space for the club, according to a statement. 

Zach and Christina Feinstein of The Feinstein Group were previously in leadership positions managing a combined 200-plus Burger King restaurants for Restaurant Brands International before they co-founded The Feinstein Group in 2014. They own and operate four restaurants in the Tampa Bay area: Black Pearl, Sonder Social Club and the Living Room with locations in Dunedin and Wesley Chapel.  

“Zach’s first job was at the Dunedin Golf Club, so there’s a nostalgia that comes along with this project; the Club is in our backyard, and it’s near and dear to our hearts,” said Christina Feinstein in a released statement. “We feel a responsibility to give the Dunedin community a special space where they can have a great meal, hold events and make memories.”

Christina and Zach Feinsten, co-owners of The Feinstein Group.
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The Dunedin Golf Club is a semi-private club opened in 1927 and is owned and operated by the city of Dunedin. From 1945 to 1962, it served as the headquarters of the PGA of America and hosted 17 Senior Championships. 

It is currently undergoing a $6.2 million renovation project that began in March of this year and will restore it to its original plan by professional golf course architect Donald Ross. Other aspects of the renovation include addressing drainage issues and the irrigation system. The project is slated to take eight months to complete.



Laura Lyon

Laura Lyon is the Business Observer's editor for the Tampa Bay region, covering business news in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties. She has a journalism degree from American University in Washington, D.C. Prior to the Business Observer, she worked in many storytelling capacities as a photographer and writer for various publications and brands.

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