Join us for a Johnnie Walker pairing dinner on February 2nd, at 6pm.
After trying your luck at the tables or slots, treat yourself to a little retail therapy with your winnings as San Diego's casinos also offer sensational shopping.
Viejas Casino and Resort is a portal to shopping heaven with its adjacent, open-air outlet center, an architecturally stylish setting with a Native American theme. This sprawling shopper's paradise has 50 brand-name stores like Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Coach, Vans, Guess, and more. Pechanga's boutiques showcase everything from designer shades and watches to cosmetics and chic apparel. Designer brands include Burberry, Oakley, Calvin Klein, Versace, Ray Ban, Gucci, Coach, Roberto Cavalli, Betsey Johnson, Steve Madden, and Waterford, to name a few.
At Harrah's Southern California, you'll find seasonal stylish threads at Bazaar, a fashion-forward boutique with great bathing suits and cover ups for summer lounging, designer sunglasses, jewelry and cool bags by Michael Kors and Rioni. For anyone interested in adding a little sparkle and glam to their wardrobe, jewelry from the Swarovski shop at Pala Casino Spa & Resort is a winning ticket.
San Diego's casinos offer excellent eateries way beyond the buffet.
Sycuan Casino is home to GameDay Sports Bar & Grill, the official sports bar of basketball Legend Bill Walton. Sports fans enjoy 39 large screen televisions, 32 beers on tap and juicy Angus beef burgers, St. Louis-style ribs, swordfish tacos, hot wings and more.
At Barona Oaks Steakhouse, spacious booths, live piano music and dry-aged steaks on a wood-fired grill make for a memorable old-school meal. Valley View Casino is also known for its five-star steakhouse, Black&Blue. Kick off the culinary adventure with a craft cocktail in the B&B Lounge next to their 3,300-gallon, saltwater aquarium, then head into the dining room for their Brandt Cowboy Ribeye or their impressive surf-n-turf with indulgent sides like King Crab gnocchi or truffle fries.
Pala Casino Spa & Resort's 11 diverse restaurants include their swanky Oak Room for prime steaks, chops, lobster, and an international wine list; Cave, a modern eatery with live music dishes out Mediterranean cuisine and a well-curate wine selection featuring more than 480 domestic and imported selections; and Noodles Asian Restaurant takes diners on a culinary globetrot through China, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan.
For elegant white-tablecloth dining, The Grove Steakhouse at Viejas Casino and Resort is the only Four Diamond casino steakhouse in San Diego. Notch up the decadence with caviar or oysters on half shell followed by King Crab legs, seafood paella, USDA prime steaks, AA Wagyu beef or whole Maine lobsters, paired with wines from their award-winning list.
Pechanga Resort & Casino transports diners to Japan at the impressive Umi Sushi & Oyster Bar, whose menu boasts a glorious display of sushi, sashimi, nigiri, rolls, and seafood platters, all served in a sleek modern setting.
The Jamul Casino honors "Mr. Padre" at its Tony Gwynn's Sports Pub, filled with one-of-a-kind memorabilia of the iconic player. The menu also showcases Gwynn's favorites like fried chicken and waffles, pulled pork sandwiches and lobster mac-n-cheese, all perfectly paired with a pint of Pale Ale 394, the craft beer by AleSmith Brewery made in homage to the beloved ball player.
Harrah's Resort Southern California has launched SR76, the first tribal-owned brewery in SoCal and inspired by the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians. Named after State Route 76, the path along the San Luis River that led the tribe to the coast each season, the 5000-square-foot brewery sits adjacent to the casino and features a seasonal rotation of beers. Try their flagship brew, Temet, a light Kolsch-style ale with citrus and spice notes or their Supul, a delicate apricot Saison.
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