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July 15, 2021 3:30 a.m.

In the KQEN Business Spotlight:

Seven Feathers Casino Resort cut the ribbon for its new Takelma Roasting Company dining room on Wednesday.

The Takelma Roasting Company, owned by the Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe, started in 2017. A statement says the craft coffee company roasted a range of beans and became the Cow Creek Tribe’s internal coffee source, supplying coffee at all casino restaurants and other businesses in Cow Creek. The company now sells its coffee products to a wide variety of outside companies.

The statement said the new bistro-style restaurant and bakery serves a wide range of “take-out” food products and can seat around 60 people. The Takelma Roasting Company dining room replaces the Kabi Cafe ‘which has been operating within the Casino since 2009.

Cow Creek Tribal Council President Dan Courtney said the restaurant is “… in a prime location and allows families to sit and enjoy rather than having to take their food elsewhere to eat.”

Popular food items available at Kabi are also available at Takelma Roasting Company, but additional products, offering tastes from all over Oregon, are on the menu. A range of homemade pastry products are created on site, as are pies and cakes. Seven Feathers Casino Resort general manager Shawn McDaniel said they even offer homemade wedding cakes.

The release says cooking and baking items being prepared can be seen by guests and visitors through a large window wall. Three pastry chefs are on site to meet the restaurant’s pastry needs.

Takelma Roasting Company has also expanded its food offering to include its own pizza oven to serve pizzas, wings, and a room service menu for hotel guests.


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