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By Travel Tunica on Wednesday April 25, 2012
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If you’re reading this on an empty stomach, I apologize in advance, because you are about to get even hungrier. Why? We’re talking about the incredible food that Horseshoe Tunica has to offer.
A trip to Horseshoe isn’t complete without visiting one (or several…) of the casino’s celebrated restaurants. And there are options to meet just about any food craving you could have
Just about every casino has some variation on the all-you-can-eat buffet, but only Horseshoe Tunica is brave enough to deem its buffet offering “all-you-can-imagine.” The Village Square Buffet will take you around the globe, with food destinations including China Town, Home Cookin’, Hickory Grill, Rio Grill and Little Italy. Finish your meal by indulging in the seriously decadent array of desserts from the Sweet Temptations dessert bar. Don’t miss Friday nights with all-you-can-eat seafood, including crab legs.
Looking for something with a little more ambiance? Then don’t miss Jack Binion’s Steak House. It’s pretty much a given that nothing compliments world-class gambling like steak. And Jack Binion’s Steak House knows its steak. We’re talking about the finest cuts of USDA Midwestern dry-aged on-the-bone steak for serious steak lovers. Go there, and thank me later.
If you’re not a fan of buffet food but don’t want to sit in a steakhouse during a gaming outing, Horseshoe Tunica brings some West Coast flavor to the table with the 8 Oz. Burger Bar. The menu features an extensive variety of burgers, hand-crafted pizzas, sandwiches, wraps, breakfast food and shakes. One staple, a short rib grilled cheese sandwich, was included on an episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” as one of the host’s “Things We Love.” And if Oprah said it, it’s got to be true.
On a totally different culinary note is Noodles Asian Restaurant, which has a new home in the High Limit Table Games area. Noodles provides mouth-watering selections of soup, dim sum, noodle and rice dishes, as well as chef’s specialties that are always worth a try. Selections are served family style. With an inviting and warm atmosphere, Noodles is the perfect spot for an authentic taste of Asia right in the heart of the Delta.
For quick bites, you can’t go wrong with JB’s Café. This casual cafe features something for everyone. Whether you are searching for a late night snack of Blazing Hot Wings or something more substantial, like a catfish platter, this is the place for you. Maybe you’re looking for a made-to-order, sit-down breakfast. JB’s has that too, with everything from biscuits and gravy to steak and eggs. Don’t forget the baked apples, they just might be more delicious than the ones your mom makes!
And for those caffeine hounds out there, Starbucks is there to give you the fix you need to keep the fun going.
So if food is what you’re after, Horseshoe Tunica’s got it. Take a trip down the road and check it out. You won’t be sorry!