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                                                                              Luis Obispo County for more than two decades, he is excited about returning to Paso Robles.
“The passion Chef Casey has for cooking shines through in his ability to make people happy with the wonderful and exciting flavors and plating he produces,” McNeal said. “From the moment we were introduced, I knew Chef Casey was a perfect fit for Hemingway’s Steak- house. I love his easy communica- tion style, not only with me but the entire staff, and everything he does is top-notch. When he created and served me a delectable scallop dish, that totally sealed the deal!”
Extensive menu
Chef Casey describes the thrill of being in the kitchen with a con- stantly changing environment as the fuel that drives him to provide a consistently excellent dining experience. From the daily menu offerings to a unique chef 's table experience with his chef-driven tasting menu, every dish is created with the goal of exceeding the expectations of guests.
Hemingway’s menu features
dry-aged meats, including wagyu and prime beef, along with wild game and fresh seafood. A proper classic 1500-degree double broiler for cooking proteins sets the kitch- en experience apart from other restaurants in the county. Many of the dishes are seasonally inspired, and daily specials featuring Chef Casey’s creative and distinctive flair are available.
Be sure to try the two-tier Seafood Tower; it’s a favorite of McNeal’s. This mouth-watering
creation features an abundance of seafood including lobster, crab, shrimp, and oyster. The Spring Salad is a sheer delight of mixed greens, strawberries, grapes, goat cheese, pecans, and rose vinaigrette, and the Lobster Thermidor is be- yond compare. You’ll want to save room for dessert, whether it’s a clas- sic Crème Brûlée or a scrumptious Black Forest Torte you desire.
Don’t forget to ask about Hemingway-inspired signature cocktails. The offerings are truly de-
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licious and fun. In addition, guests may choose from a world-class wine library as well as premium beer selections.
Quality guest experience
McNeal refers to the restau- rant and bar staff, led by Manager Alaina MacBain, as “the best of the best” when it comes to ensuring a quality guest experience.
“Our staff is extremely talented, experienced, and friendly,” she said. “They are truly passionate about hospitality and always strive to create an unforgettable dining experience for our guests.”
“We are exactly what Paso Robles needs right now – a steakhouse with great ambiance, excellent food, and exceptional service,” added MacBain. “We look forwarding to welcoming you soon at Hemingway’s!”
Visit Hemingway’s Steakhouse, located at 1234 Park St. in Paso Robles, for a great dining experi- ence. For more information, visit EHSteaks.com or call
(805) 369-2094.
- By Meagan Friberg
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