I’ve never associated gambling with good food. In fact, the probability of decent food being served at a casino is maybe your biggest gamble. Let’s be honest. That is until recently. Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is working to change the culinary game in South Florida by offering gaming plus top notch restaurants all in one location.
I had the opportunity to experience a “culinary crawl” (of sorts) with several bloggers, including Essentially Erika.
We toured the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, or COCO as the locals have dubbed it, and experienced various delicious dishes at:
Fresh Harvest is a buffet-style restaurant that prides itself on serving fresh ingredients…and quickly. There is a buffet available for lunch and dinner daily.
Sorrisi, COCO’s Italian restaurant, was my favorite of the evening. I am a tough critic, having a husband from Maine. But, they served up the best lobster ravioli dish I’ve ever had. There were literally giant chunks of lobster floating around in there. It was delicious.
They have a killer private room for events at Sorrisi– it’s super cute. And the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek was so nice to provide a live musician for us while we dined.
Special occasion and group dining info can be found HERE.
But now, what do I love? Their BACON.
Nothing can prepare you for this presentation. The “bacon” is actually house cured and smoked Kurobuta pork belly painted in maple syrup, which drips directly into the cornbread below. Holy moly.
Go for the bacon, stay for everything else. Like…the caviar and steak. They hit that stuff out of the park.
We needed to walk off all this food, so we headed up to the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek 2nd floor, also known as level2. It’s a…wait for it…SMOKE-FREE CASINO LEVEL!!! It’s a full casino experience for gamers looking for a smoke-free time. This was heaven since I loathe cigarettes.
Even though this was a blog event for me, anyone can dine in style or live the good life at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek! Follow all of the latest goings-on via the #hashtags below. Bon appetit!