this place would get five stars (circles?) if not for the walk through a smoky casino to get there.
Food and service were both great, it is a little pricey for a Shingle Springs casino restaurant but the quality is on par with Mortons or Ruth's Chris.
Bone in prime ribeye was fantastic, halibut was fresh and perfectly cooked. our server even brought a couple of sides she thought we'd enjoy; overall a great experience.
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