Land’s End Chart Room reopens with new menu

Land’s End Chart Room reopens with new menu

Land’s End Resort’s Chart Room Restaurant reopens on Wednesday, Jan. 16, the Homer Spit hotel announced in a press release on Tuesday. Executive chef Chris Miller, who joined the Land’s End team in April, will debut his new winter/spring menu. This menu plays off the Chart Room’s compass motif and will feature a selection of foods from around the globe.

The Chart Room Restaurant closed for four weeks and has finished maintenance and renovation to revitalize the kitchen, restaurant and menu. Since coming onboard last spring, Miller has been cultivating his team, creating new recipes for dishes, and mapping out a game plan for kitchen renovations. His winter/spring menu retains favorite dishes while adding new items for diners to experience worldly flavors in Homer.

Lea Miller, General Manager, thanked customers and staff for bearing with the resort during renovations.

“We are so very thankful for everyone’s understanding support during this very rare but brief four-week restaurant closure,” she said. “We are enthusiastic and grateful that we were finally able to take a little time off to enhance our product and service. When we re-open —- refreshed and renewed — we will showcase our new menu which features new dishes sure to delight.”

The reopening happens on the day of a more than 20-year tradition, Wednesday Local’s Night. Held 5-9 p.m. every Wednesday fall through spring, diners receive 30 percent off the entire menu, not including beverages. Nightly specials also are offered. The Chart Room Restaurant is open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For reservations call, 907-235-0406.

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