Fabulous Five Under One Roof

From quick food, take-away to luxurious fine dining experiences, the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino has it all.

$ – great value | $$ – upscale casual | $$$ – luxurious fine dining

The Western Door Steakhouse
Reputed to be the best steakhouse in Western New York. The Western Door offers a full range of dishes to satisfy the most earnest carnivore. Expect the beefiest flavor to come from the Bone-In Rib Eye or Bone-In Fillet Mignon, the most luxurious meatiness from the Cast-Iron Porterhouse or the Foie Gras & Truffle Burger and the most tender mouthful from the Kobe Filet Mignon or the Rack of Local Lamb. Add seafood to your steak for a dinner of Surf & Turf. Impressive wine cellar is heavily stocked in full-bodied reds for a perfect steak dining experience. Must-try non-steak dishes include Mushroom Flatbread, Lobster Mac & Cheese and the chef’s special, Pork & Polenta.

Price: $$$
Hours: Open 7 days a week at 5 p.m.
Reservations: Recommended, 1-877-873-6322 

The Three Sisters
The twenty-four hour taste sensation, The Three Sisters from Seneca legend were the three main life-sustaining crops of corn, beans and squash. Today, the menu has grown well beyond those three ingredients and offers a wide range of delicious dishes. Start the morning right with sizzling Steak & Eggs, bulging House-Made Omelets or luxurious Nutella Stuffed French Toast. Lunch options are a dizzying array of dishes; Baltimore Crab Cakes, Buffalo Chicken Wings and Montreal-Style Poutine. From the sandwich board, try the local Beef on Weck, the juicy Reuben or the popular Turkey Club. Salads are large and creative, burgers are a whopping half-pound of certified Angus beef and desserts are seductively irresistible. The cafe spills into the open-air lobby for opulent dining or take a seat inside the cozy cafe.

Price: $
Hours: Open Monday through Friday at 11 a.m., Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m.
Reservations: Not necessary

Koi Asian Cuisine
Open for dinner only, Koi is the perfect spot to savor the exotic, elegant flavors of Asian fare. Start in Thailand with a steamy bowl of Thai Tom Yum Soup, experience Japan with Teriyaki Chicken, walk through the flavors of China with Black Pepper Tenderloin Beef or let a dish of Crab Rangoon take you to Hong Kong. It’s Asian Fusion at its best! Clean modern décor and sultry lighting with a center open kitchen for full view of the chopping, rolling, steaming and searing. Enjoy the culinary theatre or linger by the fireplace.

Price: $$
Hours: Open Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Closed Wednesday and Thursday.
Reservations: Recommended, 1-877-873-6322

Thunder Falls Buffet
This large Marche-style buffet restaurant is already a food destination for its eclectic mix of dishes and specials. Every Thursday and Friday evening is all you can eat Snow Crab Legs ($29/person, with Player’s Club Card) and Saturday and Sunday evenings is Prime Rib and Shrimp ($24/person, with Player’s Club Card). Clean atmosphere, colorful décor and an open concept means full view of the circular buffet and comfortable dining. Start at the salad bar, the carving station or the pasta station. Wood fired pizza oven means fresh, delicious pizzas to order. There is an Italian section offering beans and greens, lasagna and ravioli, an Asian section with hot pork, beef and chicken to go over fried rice or Asian noodles. There’s also a Buffalo cuisine section offering up typical dishes from the region like Buffalo Wings, Beef on Weck and Slovaki.

Price: $
Hours: Open Monday through Friday at 11 a.m., Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m.
Reservations: Not necessary

Blues Burger Bar
Building your own burger may appear a bit daunting, but you can do it! Start with a half-pound of premium ground beef, select a bun, your favorite cheese, toppings that inspire you and pull the flavors together with a sauce of your choice. No one can top the Blues burgers except you! You can even choose from beef, chicken or a black bean veggie patty. Eat in or take out, you can call your order in and it’s ready when you arrive. Also on the menu is an irresistible Chicago Dog, juicy “Lucky Pulled Pork Sandwich” and delicious Italian Sub Combo. Must try the ice cream based milk shakes for a thick, retro flavor of lusciousness. Fries are hand-cut, extra crispy and can be enjoyed neat or topped with chili, cheese, BBQ Pulled Pork or loaded with bacon, cheddar cheese, sour cream, tomatoes, scallions and jalapenos. Atmosphere is totally relaxed with paper plates, cups, plastic cutlery and plenty of paper napkins to wipe the juices from your chin. Don’t miss the specials during Happy Hour, Mondays through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Price: $
Hours: Open seven days a week at 11 a.m.
Reservations: Not necessary 

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