About 240° West
Set your compass to 240° West for a new direction in food and wine.
Panoramic harbor views, modern décor and a menu that promises to satisfy. From small plates packed with flavor, to expected entrees with an unexpected twist. Savor the experience at 240° West.
Open for breakfast and dinner daily. Sunday champagne harbor side brunch.
Contemporary American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 7:00am - 11:00am, Sunday: 7:00am - 12:00pm
Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
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Join pianist, Tom Stanfield, each weekend for live musical entertainment as you delight in a delicious meal overlooking the stunning harbor. Tom entertains guests each Friday and Saturday evening beginning at 6pm and each Sunday morning during brunch.
The Abbey Resort offers parking within the hotel parking lots as well as complimentary valet parking.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
240° West Ratings and Reviews
The food was fantastic,delicious and the ...
The food was fantastic,delicious and the portions were well balanced.The atmosphere was warm and inviting with nice views from window seats.Service was good,but not quite great.A bit pricey but not unexpected considering location in a nice resort.
We were 6 people and at first were put a ...
We were 6 people and at first were put at a round table that would seat 8 or 10 -- not conducive to visiting with friends. We changed tables.
Tables would be a lot more appealing if they had table clothes on them especially in view of the fact that this restaurant is fully priced.
Those who had prime rib buffet thought food was very good with many good additions to prime rib like oysters and crab legs. Others enjoyed what they had off the menu.
Our waiter, Jack, was great!
Overall, we very much enjoyed our dinner ...
Overall, we very much enjoyed our dinner at 240 West. My husband and I were celebrating a special occasion and we had a great table overlooking the marina. The dining room is beautiful and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, I have to offer some constructive feedback on the food. The coconut shrimp were on the small side and very over-cooked. The edges were blackened and tasted faintly of burnt fryer grease. Not a good start. I ordered the sea bass and they happily accommodated my request to serve it with the rice and curry broth that normally accompanies the salmon - I specifically told the waitress that if the kitchen staff seemed at all put out with the inquiry then I didn't want to trouble them, but they told her no problem, they do that all the time. The fish was cooked very well and the flavors were delicious, but unfortunately the large amount of rice was way out of proportion with the tiny pool of "broth" on the edge of the plate - not nearly enough to flavor the entire dish. I was very sad about this, as the curry was the primary reason I had ordered it! I would have expected a dish that described fish served "in a broth" as plated in a shallow bowl with the broth all around the food, and plentiful enough to play a part in each bite. Other parts were great, though! My husband loved his burger, perfectly prepared medium-rare and very flavorful. We ordered spinach gratin as a side, and it was decadent! We polished it off - in fact, I used that as a substitute "broth" for my copious rice once my curry was gone! The bread basket offered a variety of deliciously crusty selections with soft, freshly baked centers. The bottle of rose wine was very delicious - full and balanced without too much sweetness. We were way too full for dessert, so I cannot comment on that. So yes, on the whole, we had a lovely evening and would definitely come back, with the hopes that the food execution will improve with time!
The dining experience at 240 West was ex ...
The dining experience at 240 West was excellent. The food was plentiful and of superb quality at the Sunday brunch. Service was friendly and efficient. There was live music and a view of the Abbey's beautiful harbor from our window table. The restaurant has a nice sense of ambiance, but also kid friendly. It definitely deserves five stars.
Short ribs and baby back ribs were very ...
Short ribs and baby back ribs were very good, burgers were good, stay away from the only pasta dish, didn't like it at all. The place is nice and the service was very good
Great piano player that played the trumpet also together with the piano, very talented guy.
We never mentioned to the hostess that i ...
We never mentioned to the hostess that it was our 49th wedding anniversary but our server asked if this was a special occasion and we said yes, well he was super gave us 2 glasses of champagne and a dessert.
Actually we spent our honeymoon at the Abbey before I was back in the service in 1967.
We love the Abbey and we will be back again soon.
We were seated immediately but then wait ...
We were seated immediately but then waited 25 minutes before the waitress acknowledged us. It was another 12 minutes before we received drinks, and it was 43 minutes from the time we ordered (after the 37 minutes) before we received a salad. The food was incredible and others around us received their meals and left before we had received ours. The service, though, was truly the worst I have ever experienced. When I confronted the issue, it was made like I was off base for pointing it out by the waitress. The maitre dei did give us 50% off our bill, but that hardly made up for the service.
We have gone to this restaurant 3 times ...
We have gone to this restaurant 3 times since March 2016 (reside in Chicago) and it's worth the drive. It has become our weekend getaway spot. We have enjoyed the Seafood Buffet on Friday and the Prime Rib Buffet on Saturday. John the chef is very attentive and goes the extra mile to make sure your steak in cooked the way you want it. The setting and mood of the restaurant is very relaxing...the piano player is a bonus! The dessert bar and wine list is well represented too! The restaurant is located at The Abbey Resort & Spa. Enjoy your visit...we did!
We went for the Friday night lobster fes ...
We went for the Friday night lobster fest and it was an outstanding meal. The lobster was easily 1 1/2 lbs. along with corn on the cob, red potato, clam chowder soup, and mix berries dessert. Only problem we had was it appears the staff did not like to come by and clear the dirty dishes. Otherwise, it was a near perfect dining experience and we will be back.
Fabulous find for festive dining! Our se ...
Fabulous find for festive dining! Our server, Edward, was exceprtional, providing excellent information to help us make selections. He was knowledgeable about the menu and food in general. True to his descriptions, the entres were creatively crafted, perfectly prepared. Start to finish, a lovely meal, entirely ftting a 20th anniversary celebration!
Very angry to find that for three people ...
Very angry to find that for three people at brunch they added what was about 18% "service charge", then they left a space to leave a tip. Really? I waited on myself all they did was bring drinks. Since I wasn't paying I didn't do anything and I regret that. It's a great brunch but next time I will cross out their 'service charge' and leave an appropriate tip. The service was great but odd that a supposedly classy resort can't keep a blender in the bar due to theft from employees, so any drinks requiring a blender can't be made. Never heard of such a thing. They need to vet their hires.
Just returned from a long weekend at the ...
Just returned from a long weekend at the Abbey so enjoyed a dinner and two breakfasts there. Everything was very good and service was great. Ordered breakfast off the menu though they did seem to want to push the buffet. Beautiful view.
The food was good and the view was beaut ...
The food was good and the view was beautiful. The problem was that we were there for our one year wedding anniversary and put that in when we reserved the dinner and it was never recognized. The restaurant was very slow but everyone was seated in the same area. My husband and I were hoping to have a romantic dinner and it was not at all that. We could hear conversations at every other table around us. We expected to spend an evening celebrating and it ended up being an in and out event. The restaurant is set on the lake and that was beautiful but it did not live up to what we were hoping for.
our 21st anniversary
Our waitress (CJ Dobbins) helped make our anniversary really special. Just has we sat down we heard our song played totally by chance (James Taylor's How Sweet It Is)...and we told her and she bought us 2 glasses of champagne and proceeded to make our meal really special! We had such a good time at the Abbey...and we will definately be back!
It is actually unfair to give star revie ...
It is actually unfair to give star reviews to the restaurant, because we were unable to dine there. Open Tables gave us a reservation for 11:45 am, so we assumed lunch was available. However, upon arrival we were told that it never opens until 5:00 pm. This should be fixed so others are not caught the same way. Fortunately, there is a casual spot in the building that was open.
I don't want to bash anything but the fo ...
I don't want to bash anything but the food just wasn't good. The best thing we ate was the warm bread and butter (with sea salt) that you get for free. The calamari was soggy and not crispy and the beef short ribs just didn't have any flavor. I would eat elsewhere unfortunately.
We were staying at the Abbey Resort, and took a party of 5 out for dinner. We were very impressed with the service, and the seating arrangements that gave us a full view of the harbor. We opted to choose the buffet, which had cut to order prime rib, crab legs, oysters, mussels, shrimp, smoked salmon, and a wide variety of chicken, pork dishes top of a full salad bar, and dessert bar. The selection was wonderful, and priced very well
I first ate at the Abbey 40 years ago, b ...
I first ate at the Abbey 40 years ago, but I had not been back for many years. I was delighted with the comfortable and fashionable dining room. Space between tables was ample--a feature that many restaurants skip. The food was excellent and well displayed. The big winner of the Saturday buffet was the crab legs. Our server could have had more polish, however.
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