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Bayonet Bar & Grill At Bayonet And Black Horse

(Restaurants/all dining)
1 McClure Way Seaside, CA, 93955
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831-899-7271
http://www.bayonetblackhorse.com/club/scripts/section/section.asp?GRP=23786&NS=BG

Discount:

20%

Restrictions:

Alcohol excluded

Description:

ABOUT THE HER HELMET THURSDAYS PROJECT:
Businesses and organizations participating in HER Helmet Thursdays help HER / Mother Earth by providing discounts on Thursdays for people who bike. A long-term project with no scheduled end-date, HER Helmet Thursdays was launched in 2009 in Monterey County, California as a public service. NOTE: When participating businesses and organizations sign up, they are provided a staff reference sheet. Many have frequent staff changes. Just in case a staff person on duty isn't familiar with this long-term project, it may be helpful to have the listing for that location pulled up on your mobile phone screen (or print a copy of their listing to take along), so you're prepared to kindly show their listing.
Before claiming discount, refer to FAQs and project details, including date restrictions, in "LISTINGS, Map, How to Get the Discounts, and FAQs about HER Helmet Thursdays" at http://www.bikemonterey.org.

ABOUT THIS PARTICIPANT:
Bayonet Bar & Grill's open, spacious main dining room and bar not only allow viewing of nature's beauty but also of their popular golf course.

Sweeping views of the beautiful Monterey Bay, delicious food, and excellent service make Bayonet Bar & Grill a highly desirable destination. And their discounts on Thursdays for people who bike there are an added reward for cyclists who pedal the General Jim Moore Boulevard hills to reach this popular spot.

If you have a group of touring cyclists or otherwise prefer to make a reservation, you may phone the reservations line, 831-899-5954.

If you have a large group and plan a special meeting--perhaps featured speakers, awards presentations, etc.-- you may wish to request reservation of a private dining room.

Bike Tips:

Dining options include glass-fronted dining rooms and an outdoor patio.

There are significant hills along General Jim Moore Boulevard, meaning this isn't an easy bike ride. Nonetheless, fit cyclists love this road because of the fantastic views and good infrastructure. That infrastructure includes a new, wide road with Class II bike lanes.

Not familiar with General Jim Moore Blvd? It runs from Canyon Del Rey/Highway 218 in Del Rey Oaks to Inter-Garrison Road near the center of the former Fort Ord. (People who attend the annual Sea Otter Classic and other events at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca know General Jim Moore Blvd because they turn off General Jim onto South Boundary to reach SOC and other events.)

Welcome!

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TIPS ON BICYCLING IN MONTEREY COUNTY, AND ELSEWHERE:
Bicycling Monterey website, http://www.BikeMonterey.org.