Seagars has a new look and menu

Published: Monday, February 25, 2013 at 10:08 AM.

SANDESTIN — One of the area’s most upscale restaurants has gotten even better, thanks to a recently completed $1 million renovation and an updated menu.

Each winter, Seagars Prime Steaks and Seafood in the Hilton Sandestin Golf Resort & Spa closes for about a week for a thorough deep cleaning, some preventive maintenance and minor renovations.

But for the first time in years, the restaurant closed down for a month starting Jan. 2 to complete a major renovation that included overhauling the bar and piano area, bringing in new furniture and dishes and updating the look of the restaurant.

“They’ve done some really neat things to keep that steakhouse look and feel, but added some more modern feel and touches,” said Karen Cooksey, marketing director for the Hilton Sandestin.

Seagars opened in 1998. From the beginning it was designed to be a classic upscale New York steakhouse.

The restaurant reopened on Feb. 4 after the work with a new private dining area that allows couples to have a romantic dinner or for families to be separated from the rest of the restaurant.

Seagars also purchased several iPads and has a specialized app that details all of the more than 600 bottles of wine it offers, and evens makes recommendations based on food pairings.

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