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Mixing non-stop fun and the endless thrills of 24-hour gaming, the Treasure Bay Hotel & Casino offers a sophisticated blend of style and comfort, with modern and affordable hotel amenities, hot gaming action, and a variety of special dining venues designed to satisfy any appetite.
The Treasure Bay Hotel & Casino in Biloxi is one of the Mississippi Gulf Coast’s favorite casinos for local players and out-of-town visitors alike. After working up your appetite playing their numerous slot machines, table games, or wagering on your favorite teams in the new Sports Book, you can dine in the elegant atmosphere of fine dining at CQ Restaurant, relax in Lounge Blu, or enjoy casual dining at The Den or Infinity Buffet. 
The Den offers a diverse menu to satisfy any appetite. Offering delightful breakfast options twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, you can also get soups, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, steaks, and seafood. Signature dishes, heart healthy items, and a daily special served 11 am to 11 pm will have you coming back for more and is a fantastic place to watch games after making a sporting wager at the Sports Book next door. 
Relax and enjoy the view overlooking a sparkling pool and tropical deck at 
The Infinity Buffet, where you can take your taste buds on a journey with a variety of choices featuring hearty soups, salads, seafood, pasta, carved meats, and a tempting array of desserts. It is the also the only buffet in Biloxi that serves All-You-Can-Eat Dungeness and Snow Crab nightly!
CQ Restaurant is a four-star dining experience with a million-star view. It is where you can enjoy steaks, seafood, and one-of-a-kind house specialties cooked to perfection by Chef De Cuisine Calvin McCoy. 
Featuring an elegant, romantic atmosphere with custom-made booths and tables sitting next to the huge floor-to-ceiling windows, every seat is carefully placed for you to enjoy a spectacular view of the Gulf of Mexico. It's the perfect atmosphere to spend an intimate evening with someone special or celebrate with a gathering of friends.
You will want to start with an appetizer or two, with choices such as soups, salads, Fried Green Tomatoes, BBQ Shrimp, Caprese, Crab Cakes, and a Charcuterie plate, you can’t go wrong with any of them. On my visit, I had the Seafood Sampler that had Parmesan Fried Calamari, Crab Claws, and Shanghai Shrimp golden fried tossed with a sweet chili sauce that was perfectly cooked in a light batter with big bursts with flavor. Any of the three can be ordered on their own as well. 
You will see Chef McCoy’s over twenty-five years of experience on full display when choosing one of CQ’s perfectly cooked steaks. Depending on your appetite, you can choose from a six or ten once Center Cut Filet, a twelve ounce New York Strip, or a fourteen-ounce Ribeye. On Sundays, King Cut Prime Rib is featured, seasoned and grilled to perfection any way you want it. The mouth-watering steak is served with your choice of side and plenty of Au jus. 
If you are looking for seafood, CQ has you covered with Blackened Tuna, Ginger Grilled Salmon, Pan Seared Snapper, Maine Lobster Tails, King Crab, and the Catch of the Day. Other tantalizing entrées include Pork Shank and Creamy Polenta, Parmesan Encrusted Pork Chop, Crawfish and Softshell Crab Pasta, and Eggplant Parmesan. I went with the delightful Stuffed Chicken Breasts, filled with sun-dried tomatoes that bring a sweetness to counter-balance the savory of spinach and fresh mozzarella.   
While it will be hard to do so after being served such large portions, try to save room for one of CQ’s signature desserts. The Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie À la mode was absolutely amazing. A huge scoop of vanilla ice-cream sitting upon a large piece of pecan pie combines for a full serving of down-home "Southern Comfort.”
After dinner, a nice place to relax and unwind is at the Lounge Blu, a stylish place to meet friends, sip specialty cocktails, and indulge with a treat from their tapas menu – all while enjoying a spectacular view of the Gulf of Mexico. A late-night Happy Hour with half-priced drinks is every day from 10-12pm, and Fridays from 5-8pm. Half-priced Tapas with players club card start at 5 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Live music is also on hand every Friday. 
"The view is fantastic, and if you are here for sunset, it’s phenomenal,” said CQ/Blu Supervisor Peter McAllister of the unique venues. "Not too many people know about it, so it’s this little hidden gem. It is the best-hidden secret on the Coast.”
Treasure Bay Hotel & Casino
1980 Beach Blvd 
Biloxi, MS
(228) 385-6000
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Chris Dearman