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Restaurant of the Month

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters

At Black Oak Casino Resort
Tuolumne, CA 95379
Phone: (209) 928-9363
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Luxury with only the best ingredients!

Seven Sisters Restaurant attention to detail is immediately apparent as you exit the elevator onto the third floor of The Black Oak Casino Resort.

You are instantly surrounded by luxury, with rich African dark wood, slate floors and quiet elegant decor. The restaurant is noticeable from out side with the yellow flamed torches surrounding the outdoor veranda. Floor to ceiling windows provide a casual picturesque view of the Sonora foothills lined with indigenous black oak trees. Seven Sisters was named after the Matriarchs of the Tuolumne Me Wuk Tribe. Seven Sisters has a private lounge for gathering and enjoying a fine cocktail or one of the twenty wine varietals offered by the glass.

Because we insist upon serving only the best and freshest ingredients, the restaurant menu is constantly adding specials to suit the seasons and item availability. The menu is comprised of fresh locally grown produce, with a variety of specialty fresh meats, and seafood flown in fresh from Hawaii daily. Sauces, breads and desserts are prepared as labors of love by the chefs on a daily basis. Foods are presented with a unique twist such as the Day Boat scallops and prawns wrapped in pancetta and grilled. Tenderloin of Buffalo is one of our signature items featured. Appetizer platters and dessert platters add a special composite to celebrations over dinner. A private glass enclosed dining room is available for groups of 36 for private parties. During the summer there is seating on the veranda for a more casual dining experience.

Ed Wickman is the Executive Chef with the Black Oak Casino. In this role, Wickman oversees and directs all food and beverage related operations, including multiple restaurants, bars, menu development and kitchen production.

In his 20 years as a Chef, Ed worked as an Executive Chef at Merrill Lynch World Headquarters in the World Trade Center New York, Home Box Office (HBO) in Midtown New York, The Plaza Hotel in New York, and Café Japengo located in the prestigious Hyatt Regency Hotel in La Jolla California. He has spent his career preparing award winning cuisine for celebrities, dignitaries of the United Nations, VIP’s, and the public and is a Certified Executive Chef. Extensive Bio of clients: The James Beard House, Celebrities, Dignitaries of the UN, & VIP clients including James Gandolfini, Vincent Pastore, Evander Holyfield, Muhammad Ali, King of Morocco, Nelson Mandela, Prince of Saudi Arabia, President Clinton and many more. Certified Executive Chef & Certified F & B Executive.

Ed spent 5 ½ months feeding the rescue workers at ground zero from his building in the World Trade Center complex, which was two buildings back from the towers & spared. Ed is a member of the ACF, the advisory board for Columbia College Culinary Program, and the Institute Technology Advisory Boar

 

Hours

Wed & Thur 5pm-9pm, Fri & Sat 5pm-10pm, Sun 4pm-9pm, Sunday Brunch 10am-1:30pm

Cuisine

California, Mediterranean, Salads, Seafood, Vegetarian

Ambiance

Elegant, Formal, Quiet, Romantic

Options

Banquets (20 or more), Bar, Great Beers, Great Wines, Parking, Wheelchair Access

Notes

Reservations: recommended
Alcohol: full bar
Pricing: Over $20 entree

Accepts

Debit Card, Mastercard, Visa

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