The patrons at the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will now be able to try their luck at a high-end gaming space that the gambling operator has added to its San Manuel Casino.
The casino operator has also announced the addition of a new Asian-inspired dining facility – Hong Bao Kitchen.
The casino property features over 4,900 slots including Vegas-style blackjack and high-limit gaming.
The casino has also said that at the high-limit tables at the property patrons will be able to treat themselves to the luxury of about 200 latest slots including Buffalo Gold Revolution, Ultimate Fire Link, Crystal Star, Black Diamond, Lightning Cash, and Jackpot Streams.
Commenting on the new development, Peter Arceo, General Manager of San Manuel Casino said: “At San Manuel Casino, we always strive to give our guests new and exciting options, which led us to open the new high limit space and Hong Bao Kitchen.”
“Providing these unique and luxury entertainment options is just the latest way to offer our guests a best-in-class experience and sets us apart as one of Southern California’s top entertainment destinations.
“Our newest gaming space brings our highest table limits yet – $25,000 – making San Manuel Casino one of the best high limit experiences in the country.”
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is a federally recognized tribe of Serrano people in San Bernardino County, California. The band is made up of the Yuhaviatam clan of Serrano people, who have traditionally lived in the San Bernardino Mountains.
They own and operate San Manuel Casino (renovated in 2016), Serrano Buffet, The Pines, Rock N’ Brews, Chingon’s Kitchen, Tutu’s Food Court, and Big Mo’s, all located in Highland.