You never know what to expect from an eatery in a casino but EBO Restaurant is definitely a gem. The large, open dining room is very warm and welcoming with glittering gold decor and sheer shimmering curtains draping around large group tables.
My sister and I were sat at a table by the window that looked out onto a grove of evergreens. If you didn’t know any better you’d have no idea a freeway was rushing by on the other side. Our friendly server brought by the signature EBO Martini and answered any questions we had about the set menu that was prepared for us that evening.
The culinary creations were reminiscent of the science that went into our meal at The Apron at the Westin in Richmond. You weren’t just served a meal, you were offered custom, hand-crafted course presented in very unique ways. The dishes tasted as good as they looked, if not better due to the hidden flavours that leapt out at first bite.
You can enjoy the lunch buffet or try a prix-fixe multi-course dinner at EBO for $42 with wine options. Individually, entrees range from $21 to $35 for a variety of Pacific Northwest dishes including Ocean Wise seafood.
Given the price point and the atmosphere, EBO would be ideal for date night or an intimate birthday with good friends and crafted cocktails. Afterward, head over to the Scala Lounge, just through the casino, for Dueling Pianos (like we did). Tom and Mick are incredibly talented and will play your favourite songs and most obscure requests until 11:00pm on Thursdays.