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Featured Southern California Casinos
                                              Sycuan Band of the Kuymeyaay Nation 5469 Casino Way • El Cajon, CA 92019 1-800-2-SYCUAN •
CASINO: 500,000 sq. ft. SLOTS: 2,300 VIDEO POKER: 300
HOTEL: 12-story luxury hotel tower with 302 guest rooms, over 57 suites, and 42,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
BINGO: Matinee sessions at 9:30 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 2 p.m.; Evening Session
at 6:45 p.m. GOLF: Two 18-hole championship courses and one fun, par 3 18-hole course. Non-Smoking Wing. Sycuan Poker is open 24/7.
TABLE GAMES: 54 tables including Blackjack, 3-Card Poker, 4-Card Poker, Pai Gow, Baccarat, Tiger Baccarat, Sycuan Craps and Sycuan Mystery Card Roulette. High Limit Room limits up to $10,000.
RESTAURANTS: House of Fortune, Elicit Asian Restaurant & Lounge, Viewpoint, Hangry’s Sunset Deli & Pizza, Rank & File, Double Down Grill, Starbucks. Check online at for all current available dining hours of operation.
ALCOHOL: Alcoholic beverages are served on the gaming floor and at venues with full service bars.
                                          BUFFET: The Buffet is available seven nights a week from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., exclusively to qualified Players Club members. Enjoy endless Maine Lobster, Alaskan Crab Legs, Prime Rib, Fresh Rolled Sushi and 100 other delicious options brought right to your table.
RESTAURANTS: Black&Blue Steakhouse open Thursday–Sun at 5 p.m.; Sweets, The Café open 7:30 a.m.; Stix opens at 11 a.m.; Snax (24/7); Patties & Pints Sun–Thurs 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Fri & Sat to 11:30 p.m. ALCOHOL: Bar service 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily; Main Stage Bar, Video Poker Bar, Patties & Pints Bar, Black&Blue Lounge
BUFFET: The Buffet at Viejas, closed temporarily.
RESTAURANTS: The Grove Steakhouse, AAA Four Diamond award-winning casino steakhouse, open Wednesday–Monday at 5 p.m.; Baron Long Bar & Grill; Ginger Noodle Bar; The Café at Viejas; The Daily Roast at Viejas; Lobby Coffee Bar.
ALCOHOL: Lobby Bar, Center Bar, V Lounge, Baron Long Bar & Grill, The Grove Bar, The Pool Bar, The Buffet at Viejas, The Grove Steakhouse.
OSan Manuel Band Supports Local First Transitional Home for Men
                                         San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians
16300 Nyemii Pass Road • Valley Center, CA 92082 1-866-VIEW-WIN •
Viejas Band of the Kumeyaay Nation 5000 Willows Road • Alpine, CA 91901 1-800-847-6537 •
CASINO: 143,000 sq. ft. SLOTS: 2,000 VIDEO POKER: 203 VIDEO KENO: 40 Separate smoke-free casino experience. 90% 1¢ multi-denomination games. Smoke-free casino section; luxury boutique hotel and all restaurants are non-smoking.
TABLE GAMES: Exciting table games including blackjack tables with limits from $5–$1,000, single-deck blackjack, double-deck blackjack, Richer Roulette, three card poker with progressive, commission-free Pai Gow Poker with progressive and Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em with progressive.
CASINO: 327,000 sq. ft. SLOTS: 2,554 VIDEO POKER: 328 VIDEO KENO: 328 A Forbes Travel Guide Four Star resort and recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award. Viejas hotel features 237 deluxe rooms and VIP suites, two Fitness Centers, two Business Centers, state-of-the-art meeting spaces, and the Oak Ballroom that can accommodate 1,200 attendees. Viejas Outlet center offers shopping and dining options, and the Viejas Bingo & Slot Parlor.
TABLE GAMES: 50 Table Games include 28 Blackjack tables. Baccarat, Fortune Pai Gow, Three Card, Six Card, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Craps,
                                   n September 15th, Mary’s Mercy Center celebrated the grand “ThereisaninspiringquotefromtheBookofProverbswhichsays,‘Mypeopledie opening of Mary’s Village, San Bernardino’s first transitional home for for lack of vision.’ This characterizes the origin and development of Mary’s Village. men, filling a need for the area’s homeless. The completion of the $8.5 It also characterizes the entire history of San Manuel who have brought a vision to
million project was the result of the combined efforts of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, San Bernardino County, city of San Bernardino, Crestwood Communities, and Southern California Edison.
Mary’s Village provides transitional housing and programs for men in four buildings that can house up to 80. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the center will gradually move in residents working up to 25 percent capacity three-months.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians provided a grant for $7.3 million. Southern California Edison donated state-of-the-art utilities and appliances and has made it a test bed for all-electric and net-zero energy efficiency in residential development. Crestwood Communities developed and constructed the village.
VIiejas Casino & Resort Donated 100,000 Masks to Local Schools
Mary’s Village and developed their vision within the unfolding of a ‘home’ for the poor, the less fortunate and homeless men,” said Mary’s Mercy Center President Father Mike Barry.
“We are proud to collaborate with community groups who are dedicated to their mission, and demonstrate the capacity to deliver effective programs, who strive to give a hand-up,” said San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Chairman Ken Ramirez.
“In our early years, the Catholic church helped provide food and basic needs to our Tribe and the decades long partnership with Mary’s Mercy brings that generosity full circle to benefit our entire community.”
n August, Viejas Casino & Resort donated safety in the COVID-19 environment that we’re in,” and our family members that are in need. It also is 100,000 face masks to the Alpine Union School Viejas Tribal Vice Chairman Victor Woods stated. a huge cost savings to us and, as always, Viejas has District. The donation, conceived by the Viejas “Safety and well-being of the students in class are of been a fantastic partner with us through the years.
Tribal Council, was focused on protecting its guests and the community and its children.
“It’s important to the Viejas Tribal membership and also to the Viejas Casino & Resort team that we understand and appreciate the importance of
paramount importance to us.”
“The impact that these face masks will have on our
school district is huge,” said Alpine Union School District Superintendent Dr. Rich Newman. “This is a year’s worth of supply for our students, staff,
This is one more example of how they step up for the community and support virtually every need that we have.”
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