Palace Casino Resort Restaurants Participate in Gulf Coast Restaurant Month

Palace Casino Resort is proud to participate in the first annual Restaurant Month sponsored by the local chapter of the Mississippi Hospitality and Restaurant Association. During September, diners are encouraged to dine out locally and enjoy delicious cuisine while helping local charities, Extra Table and Café Climb. $1 from every featured Restaurant Month meal served will be donated.

CONTACT Lounge & Sports Bar is offering a Prix Fixe special with a fried crab claw appetizer, a bowl of seafood gumbo and a slice of peanut butter pie for only $19 per person. STACKED Grill is featuring two Restaurant Month specials, including House Hash, a piled high platter of crispy hash brown potatoes with bacon, sausage, bell peppers, and pepper jack cheese, paired with a biscuit and two eggs cooked to order, along with a shake or beverage for $12 per person. Or, select STACKED Grill’s Gulf Coast Surf & Turf platter with 16 ounce rib eye steak and French fries topped with New Orleans style barbeque shrimp, crawfish, onions and parmesan cheese. It is served with a side salad and shake or beverage for $24 per person.

Mignon’s Steaks & Seafood fine dining restaurant is offering a three course Restaurant Month Prix Fixe special throughout September for only $49 per person. The gourmet dinner features a kale salad, Surf & Turf entrée with 6 ounce filet mignon and Gulf shrimp, with pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. Wine connoisseurs may enjoy the Restaurant Month celebration by attending Mignon’s Steak & Seafood’s Wine Pairing Dinner. The five course gourmet dinner will be held on Thursday, September 22, at 7 p.m. Each course of the dinner is paired with a complementary wine, all for only $95 per person. Reservations can be made by calling 228-432-8888 or at OpenTable.com. A portion of the proceeds from the Restaurant Month Wine Dinner will be donated to Extra Table, a non-profit organization that raises money to buy healthy food in bulk for local food pantries and soup kitchens, and Café Climb, which provides culinary training and job placement for opportunity youth ages 16 – 24.

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