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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby TJMack » Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:38 am

Not much of a gambler, so my limit is $10. We each got $10 free play on our cards, so that was nice. Put $2 in the Wheel of Fortune Slot and won $15!

Food Court is very nice.....lots of selections. We got two Habit Burgers (delicious) and an order of sweet potato fries. Split a large Starbucks. Total was $13 for lunch and $2 for the coffee. FREE LUNCH on my (huge) winnings!

Still have the free play money, as we didn't seem to be smart enough slide the cards, so we will go back at some point next year.

If you haven't been yet, I highly recommend the Food Court for a very inexpensive meal! La Fondita is local, and they also have our local Three Twins Ice Cream. Most have vegetarian options like Beach Hut and Asian Bistro.

You can see the menus and prices on facebook or the Graton Casino website.
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby derekroe » Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:25 am

What a disappointment!

This is not so much a casino, more a 'slot macine circus' with weird slot machines.

No roulette, No craps, Weird poker games, Never saw a Blackjack table (normal blackjack)

Resyaurants are the best & only saving grace, MY China (Martin Yang's) was excellent.
Go for the food, not the gaming (it sucks)

I'll still gamble at Tahoe
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby StickeyWicket » Tue Dec 03, 2013 3:36 pm

There are afterall 3000 slots.

I found plenty of Black Jack tables, most of the card tables are in the center of the building. 2 complaints; I could not find a Black Jack table under $15.00 per hand, a bit pricey and the wait for a seat at the Texas hold'em tables was ridiculous. Left before the text for an open seat came through....

Noise level was really extreme but to be expected it was a Friday night at 10:00pm. Will try again hopefully during a "quieter" time. Have not had a chance to try the Marketplace or other sit down restaurants...looking forward to it!
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby walk2k » Tue Dec 03, 2013 3:39 pm

They have loads of 21 tables, very typical to increase min bet when it's busy. They had several $10 tables when I went on Weds early evening.

Nope, no craps or roulette though.
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby fxlnll » Tue Dec 03, 2013 4:52 pm

walk2k wrote:They have loads of 21 tables, very typical to increase min bet when it's busy. They had several $10 tables when I went on Weds early evening.

Nope, no craps or roulette though.

I don't think Craps and Roulette are legal for what ever stupid reason. Seems strange
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby billyverde » Wed Dec 04, 2013 11:11 am

Anybody know if they plan to book any live music or other entertainment? Surely there are lots of 70's-90's classic rock and country acts that could pull a good-sized crowd in now that Konocti is no more.
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Re: Rohnert Park Casino

Postby mikeg55 » Wed Dec 04, 2013 12:45 pm

No one has mentioned and this might be inappropriate, but as a red blooded american male I'll do it! They have very beautiful cocktail waitresses!!!
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