Rustic Italian-inspired fare - Emeril Lagasse serves up his signature take on the familiar Italian staples that he knows and loves. The menu features ... More
Emeril's Italian Table at the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem
Rustic Italian-inspired fare - Emeril Lagasse serves up his signature take on the familiar Italian staples that he knows and loves. The menu features antipasti, cured meats and artisanal cheeses, soups and salads, fresh made pastas available in half- and full-sized portions, wood-burning oven pizzas, fish, meat and vegetarian plates utilizing seasonal ingredients. Not to be missed: gelato, ice creams, cakes and other house made confections created from scratch by Emeril's dedicated pastry chef. Emeril's Italian Table offers a comfortable spot for everyone, from a snack at the bar with salumi and wine, or a corner table for a fun family-style meal with pizza, pasta, main courses and dessert. Emeril's antipasto bar anchors the restaurant, turning out creative Italian appetizers, salumi and regional cheeses. A wood-burning oven is used to craft exceptional pizzas, made and fired to order.
The 9oz filet mignon was fine and possibly worth the $40? However, it was nothing special at all. It came with French's dryed onions that might as well been from a can. They kept trying to upsell everything like adding assparagus, some kind roulemade and crab for $15 more to enhance the steak's flavor. Thank god I did not because the people next to me did order their steaks that way and the so called crab was less than a bite. I got the creamed spinach. The server said the dish was hot but that was a gross understatement. She put the dish to my left askewed so it hung off the table alittle bit. I used one finger to gently slide it so it was in the proper place. I literally touched the handle for less than a split second and I recieved a nasty blister that hurt like hell. I don't know how but the very middle of the spinach was not hot at all. It tasted fine but Boston Market has the same if not better for much, much cheaper. Plus Boston Market cooks it properly and doesn't charge $17 for spinach. If you spend $17 on a creamed spinach, it better have something special like garlic or anything that would make it stand alone. Overall, it was a decent steak with canned dried onions and scalding hot spinach that was cold in the middle and way over-priced. How, I will never understand? The total meal with an $8 tip came to over $75. A rotten value that taught me to never eat at Emeril's ever again! The whole casino has major problems that could be easily fixed if they only had a brain. Or if they wanted to do better they should pay me a healthy consuting fee and I could improve at least ten crucial areas in one day! It would be easy.
My husband and I started going to The Sands Casino in Bethlehem about a year ago. Our experience has been very nice there. We enjoy the atmosphere there rather than others in Pa. that we have visited. We feel the win loose situation that we have had took it's time in both aspects. We were able to play longer for our money, which is sometimes only a few dollars from our pockets. We do not mind driving the hour but look forward to seeing rooms available soon.
Nice place.Easy access.I was there sunday july 18th 2010,first day the table games opened up.You couldn't get on a table,the place was packed(opening day).They will need more roullete tables,there was only two,and they were three people deep besides the ones sitting down and already playing.Plenty of black jack tables,12 texas holdem' tables in the poker room,,,A nice pai gow poker room.I've been to Vegas plenty of times,Atlantic City a number of times,this place doesn't live up to those standards,but it is a nice casino.I only live forty minutes away in NJ,so it's a easy ride down 78,when ever I get the gambling itch.I hate slot machines,or anything where you are playing a machine,I'm a table player.Hopefuly in the near future The Sands Bethlehem will get alot more tables(specially roullete).I will return.
Can't Yahoo get anything right.You hit link for the Sands review,then you get Emeril's Chop House.Didn't go into Chop House,I walked by it.Looked nice.
My partner and I enjoy gambling from time to time, and get complimentary rooms to Atlantic City and Dover Downs, and decided to try something new. Sands casino is a little bit closer, but they didnt have a hotel. so we ended up getting a cheap hotel room ourselves nearby and traveled up there. The 30 dollar slot credit we got each paid for the room. Apon getting close to the casino, there isnt much of signs around the area to let you know you are heading in the right direction, and the casino isnt very easy to see from the main roads I definitley think they need some lights and signs to let you know you are nearby. Apon entering, the place is great, clean, and fun looking. A big bar in the center......We got our card rather quickly and in no time were playing. The machines seem okay. They are a bit tight, but better than other casinos I have been to. They definitely need more cocktail waitress staff. I waited forever for a waitress to come by, and then forever to get my drink. Dont even think about trying to play at the poker bar and get a free drink either. It aint happenin. Overall, it was a nice experience. Hopefully they open the hotel up soon and offer people free stays. We shall see.....
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