Seagar's shows off $2 million in upgrades

Deborah Wheeler
Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 05:44 PM.


After a one-month closure and $2 million later, the Sandestin Hilton's Seagar's Prime Steaks and Seafood restaurant re-opened to fanfare Feb. 5.

The Golf and Beach resort's general manager Gary Brielmayer said with other capital renovations taking place on the resort, they felt it was time to do the same at Seagar's.

The award-winning restaurant, located on the first floor of the Sandestin Hilton, was closed for 30 days during the renovations.

Changes guests might notice begin at the entrance, where the resort has tried to install "a stunning sense of arrival."

The entrance now offers drama with flame and waterfall features welcoming guests to the grand new front entrance door.

Inside, visitors might note a change in color palette from darker shades to lighter, more beachy shades of blues, greens, platinum and sandy hues set in contrast to traditional Brazilian cherry and mahogany accents.

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