According to a news release from the Highland property, formerly known as San Manuel Casino, Pines Modern Steakhouse has quietly reopened in its new home at Yamawa Resort & Casino after a few weeks of transition.
The news release described its menu, but did not provide any information about when or how to dine there, or pricing.
Reservations are difficult to find based on several unsuccessful attempts to book them online on the casino website.
According to the casino website, the hours are 5-10 hrs per day.
The online menu lists steaks at $55-$105, Chilean Sea Bass at $45, Wild King Salmon at $35, and आ la carte sides at $9-$19.
The steakhouse was previously on the second floor of the casino. It is in a new location at the resort, which is nearing the end of its first phase in massive expansion and has recently been renamed from San Manuel Casino to Yamawa, a name that tribal officials say. The mission more accurately reflects the legacy of San Manuel, the band of Indians that owns it.
The re-imagined Pines is on the first floor of the casino. It’s large and features a focus on steak and seafood, as well as ultra high-end dining experiences like a $5,000 Wagyu burger paired with Screaming Eagle Cabernet and a $5,000 cocktail served in Versace Crystal, as of the release.
The original Pines closed a few weeks ago to train employees in the new kitchen and dining room.
The resort is at 777 San Manuel Blvd in Highland.
Information: 909-425-4889, yaamava.com