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Delectable dining in December at Red Hawk Casino

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From page B5 | December 12, 2012 |

Red Hawk Casino’s award-winning restaurants offer something for everyone. The talented and creative culinary team has prepared special dining values that will tempt any palate.

Henry’s Steakhouse received three KCRA Channel 3 A-List Awards for “Best Steakhouse,” “Best Romantic Restaurant” and “Best Seafood.” Henry’s was also recently voted “Best Steakhouse” in the Mountain Democrat’s annual Readers’ Choice awards, as well as the Style Magazine’s Readers’ Choice award for “Favorite Steakhouse.”

In December, Henry’s will feature a 12-ounce New York steak and jumbo shrimp scampi, served with fresh grilled asparagus and a tasty sweet onion mashed potatoes. Guests can also enjoy a warm wild mushroom salad with prosciutto, goat cheese, tart greens, candied walnuts and shallot vinaigrette.

Pearl Asian Cuisine, voted “Best Chinese” in the A-List viewer’s poll, is the perfect place to stop in for a quick bite with lunch specials every Monday through Friday.

Items include the tasty wai lo mein noodles, udon noodle soup with chicken and beef, and pancit noodles with chicken, shrimp and beef. December specials include Szechuan salt and pepper chicken wings and a delicious five spiced braised pork shank.

Koto Grille, voted “Best Mexican” in the A-List viewer’s poll, features a menu that blends a mix of Mexican favorites along with American standards. In December guests can enjoy a 12 ounce prime rib and baked potato and cream cheese stuffed jalapeño poppers.

Two Rivers Café is the perfect place to stop for a quick bite or a cup of coffee. December features an all-day $7.77 Breakfast Jackpot that includes two pancakes, two scrambled eggs, two pieces of bacon, one sausage patty and maple syrup.

For quick and easy access to Red Hawk Casino events, entertainment and dining, download the Red Hawk Casino mobile app at redhawkcasino.com/app.

Call 888-573-3495 or visit redhawkcasino.com for information.

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