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Legendary chef Jeremiah Tower hosting Sunday lobster brunch at Jamul Casino

Jeremiah Tower, seen in the 2016 documentary about his career, “Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent,” is one with the most influential chefs in modern American history, with three James Beard awards.
Jeremiah Tower, seen in the 2016 documentary about his career, “Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent,” is one with the most influential chefs in modern American history, with three James Beard awards.
(Courtesy Of “Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent"/The Orchard)

Jeremiah Tower, considered the father of California cuisine from his time at Chez Panisse and San Francisco’s Stars, is the latest celebrity chef to join Jamul Casino’s Prime Cut steakhouse for a special event

Jeremiah Tower, considered the father of California cuisine and a towering figure in shaping how America eats today, will help Jamul Casino celebrate its third anniversary by hosting Sunday lobster brunch at Prime Cut Steakhouse.

The lavish affair will feature elevated brunch specialties and boatloads of fresh lobster.

Tower is known for his work with Alice Waters at the iconic Chez Panisse in Berkeley and his groundbreaking Stars, in San Francisco.

Tower quickly sold out two dinner seatings at the casino steakhouse for Saturday, and is the latest in a series of celebrity chefs to visit Jamul.

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Other notables have been “Top Chef” judge Gail Simmons, the Food Network’s Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and San Diego’s own “Master Chef” winner Claudia Sandoval.

Chef Jeremiah Tower at Jamul Casino: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. 14145 Campo Road, Jamul. $75. (619) 315-2279. Event reservations at opentable.com

The elegant Prime Cut steakhouse at Jamul Casino will be the setting for a special Sunday lobster brunch featuring iconic chef Jeremiah Tower.
The elegant Prime Cut steakhouse at Jamul Casino will be the setting for a special Sunday lobster brunch featuring iconic chef Jeremiah Tower.
(Courtesy photo)


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