• In Anticipation of August 2017 Opening, Westin Jackson Announces Restaurant

     
    POSTED April 28, 2017
     

Westin Hotels & Resorts and Wischermann Partners, Inc., announced the official dining concept for The Westin Jackson: Estelle Wine Bar & Bistro.

Located adjacent to the hotel, the bistro Twill feature modern American fare fused with European influences. During the day it is a café bar, which transitions into a hotspot at night.

“Estelle caters to the creative-minded individual and embraces Jackson’s Southern charm and local culture,” says Mike Burton, general manager of Westin Jackson. “We’re looking forward to contributing to the city’s thriving dining scene and offering a year-round foodie hotspot for guests to gather and unwind.”

Estelle offers sit-down-style breakfast and lunch. The lunch menu offers salads, sandwiches and a small selection of entrees.

The dinner menu includes appetizers, shareable plates and entrees such as the chargrilled tuna, salmon sashimi and grilled fish steaks.

The wine list has approachable options for wine connoisseurs of all levels, curated by Estelle’s seasoned mixologists. The unique beverage program will complement the cuisine with a variety of handcrafted cocktails, premium and craft spirits, and local and regional craft beers and ales.

The Westin Jackson will open late summer 2017 in the heart of Downtown Jackson.

For more information, visit westin.com/jackson.

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