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As part of Turning Stone Resort Casino, The Lodge at Turning Stone gives you access to 19 restaurants and quick food options. Located within the hotel itself is Wildflowers, an upscale eatery that offers traditional continental cuisine with a contemporary flair. Open for breakfast daily and dinner Monday to Saturday, you’ll find breakfast sandwiches in the morning and duck confit, poached halibut and mushroom risotto in the evening. Wildflowers also boasts a fantastic wine list to pair with your meal. Other upscale options at Turning Stone include TS Steakhouse, which sits atop The Tower and serves classic steakhouse fare; Peach Blossom, where you’ll enjoy gourmet Asian and Thai cuisine at dinnertime; Pino Bianco for Italian favorites; and The Upstate Tavern for upgraded pub fare.
There are also a handful of casual eateries at Turning Stone, most of which are a quick walk from The Lodge. Emerald Restaurant is open around the clock, turning out classic American dishes, while Season’s Harvest Buffet provides an all-you-can-eat option for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you’re playing golf during the warmer months, you can dine at Shenendoah Grille inside the Shenendoah Clubhouse or the Atunyote Grille at Atunyote Golf Club.
If you’re on the go or need something quick, head to the casino hotel’s Corner Market, where you’ll see five different outlets ranging from Asian noodles at Bamboo to diner classics at Crystals. Other quick options include Delta Café, Opals Confectionary and Opals Too. For those relaxing at Skana Spa, savor items from the Wildflowers menu and enjoy your meal in the Skana Sunroom. Active guests can grab a bite at the Sportsplex Café between tennis matches as well.