Published On: Mon, Apr 30th, 2012

Paula Deen visits Cherokee

     Paula Deen, two-time Emmy winner and the Food Network’s traditional Southern cooking superstar, paid a visit to the full-service restaurant, Paula Deen’s Kitchen at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel on Tuesday, April 24.

 

Paula Deen (seated left), joined by her husband Michael, signed autographs and met with fans outside her restraurant at Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel on Tuesday, April 24. (Photo courtesy of Harrah's Cherokee)

    Paula Deen’s Kitchen, located on the ground floor of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel’s 21-story Creek Tower, now offers guests new menu options focusing on fresh seafood prepared in a variety of ways. These new menu choices, along with many of the restaurant’s most popular items, will provide guests expanded dining opportunities.

     Included in the new offerings are “Fresh off the Boat” weekly specials along with several types of platters, boil pots and combo’s using fresh seafood. Other menu items will include crab stuffed flounder, crab pots, a chilled seafood sampler and large family style combos that will serve 3-4 guests.

     The popular restaurant will still serve an all-you-can-eat breakfast bar, with several popular breakfast dishes available all day. The restaurant opens daily at 7:00 am, offering café-style breakfast and customized omelet station until noon, followed with an “All Day” menu that features a variety of salads, burgers and sandwiches, as well as steaks and our all new seafood menu until 10 pm Sunday through Thursday, and until 11 pm Friday and Saturday.

     Paula Deen’s Kitchen is reminiscent of the décor and ambiance of her legendary home and kitchen in Savannah. The environment offers a relaxed Southern atmosphere with an air of elegance that is reminiscent of Ms. Deen. With no dress code required, guests may sit by the futuristic 10-foot windows and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of Soco Creek, or opt to be seated at the full service bar.

– Harrah’s Cherokee

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