New buffet brings new jobs to the area

VERONA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY-TV) – Turning Stone Resort Casino announced this week that they will open a new buffet in December. 7 Kitchens, a market style buffet restaurant, will replace the Season’s Harvest buffet. Turning Stone Resort and Casino Will Close to Fight Spread of COVID-19 7 Kitchens will have 375 […]

VERONA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY-TV) – Turning Stone Resort Casino announced this week that they will open a new buffet in December. 7 Kitchens, a market style buffet restaurant, will replace the Season’s Harvest buffet.

7 Kitchens will have 375 seats making it the largest restaurant at the casino, and feature 7 different cuisine options. Those include the culinary tour of Italy, seafood, flavors of Asia, the carvery, the grill & American classics, a taco bar, and the bakery.

“The buffet at Turning Stone is one of our most popular restaurants,” said Kelly Abdo, the casino’s director of public relations. “And we know that our guests love coming to the buffet and really enjoying different types of food in one place, so we hope that people continue to come, to come back and experience the buffet and really enjoy the new dining experience that we’re offering.”

The buffet will bring an abundance of job opportunities to the casino as well. Abdo said, “As we prepare to open our new buffet there are a lot of opportunities to join our team now and be part of the team that is developing the new menu and being part of our reopening team.” The casino is offering a $1,000 sign on bonus for all culinary positions.

The updates to the buffet come as a part of the casino’s “best never rest” campaign that is bringing updates and renovations across the property. Along with this series of renovations, the casino hopes to see more of their event venues reopen this fall.

7 Kitchens is expected to open in December.

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