It was our civic duty to try the Signature Fiore

Surf & Turf consisting of an 8-ounce lobster tail, two jumbo garlic shrimp, fried soft-shell crab and a 9-ounce filet mignon. This combination plate was delicious, although I like a little more seasoning on my seafood. We also ordered the Truffle Poached Scallops,

served atop a Brussels salad, and drizzled with a warm bacon dressing, potato galette and onion bure blanc. The scallops melted in our mouths, and the flavor combination was phenomenal. After indulging in dinner, we made our way to the casino and enjoyed gambling into the wee hours of the night. When in the casino enjoying a cocktail or two, one loses all track of time through

the excitement of the exhilarating sounds coming from the slot machines and random screams of joy from the winners. We usually enjoy The Café for breakfast although it is open 24/7. The Surf & Turf Benedict and Salmon Benedict are our favorites. But they have a range of cuisine ranging from a unique berry salad created with honey collected from local hives to a hearty meatloaf topped with a mushroom ragout. The Café also features lunch and dinner with entrées like Seaside Market’s own Burgundy Pepper Tri Tip, AKA Cardiff Crack, ribeye and New York steaks, Fish & Chips, sandwiches, burgers, salads and so much more. On this visit, I went for the Classic Breakfast of bacon,

scrambled eggs, hash browns and pancakes, which was enough to feed an army, and helped soak up the alcohol from the previous night of partying. They also offer a Late-Night Menu from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. with appropriate menu options. After breakfast we tried our luck one more time

at gambling before heading home. This time, I won an additional $350 jackpot. As a tradition we order Smash Burgers and Fries to go on our way out. It is always bittersweet to leave this wonderful

resort and casino, but knowing we will be back the next month always takes the sting out of our departure.

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22 November 2020

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