Table Mountain unveils new gaming and dining facility


Table Mountain Casino Resort on Thursday unveiled its new facilities, which include a new gaming area and restaurants, including a teppanyaki restaurant on the 12th floor. Pictures of Ben Hensley

published on July 20, 2022 – 17:04
Written by Ben Hensley

Table Mountain Casino held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday commemorating the inauguration of its new building – a long-running project that has withstood both a global pandemic and an unstable economy.

Tribal council members were in attendance, along with elected officials including Sheriff Margaret Mims, District Attorney Lisa Smittcamp and Fresno County Supervisor Nathan Magsig.

The new gaming center will feature more than 2,400 slot machines and 33 table games spread over more than 110,000 square feet of casino floor space.

The new gaming center – which officially opens to the public on Friday – will feature more than 2,400 slot machines and 33 table games spread over more than 110,000 square feet of casino floor space. The casino floor houses spacious walkways and gaming areas and is non-smoking, with smoking permitted in designated outdoor areas.

The casino facilities include a high limit room with 107 high limit slot machines and six tables, as well as a uniquely themed gaming room – The Dragon’s Den.

The building is also home to several restaurants, including the Blue Oak Grille and local favorite Eagles Landing Steakhouse, now offering indoor and outdoor patio seating, as well as a food court near the event center – a center-style venue. congress which can be divided into four headings.

Located on the 12th floor, Sukai offers stunning views of nearby luxury communities.

Table Mountain also offers a 171-room and 46-suite hotel, banquet facilities, and Sukai, a teppanyaki-style restaurant located on the 12th floor rooftop.

“When you look at what’s happened here, this politician, for once, is speechless,” Assemblyman Jim Patterson said. “Congratulations on this great and remarkable achievement,” continued Patterson, adding that the opening of the new casino is a momentous event for what began as a humble bingo hall.

Table Mountain’s goal is to create a resort-style getaway, with the addition of a hotel and several restaurants, the Eagle Springs Golf and Country Club located across from the casino, and the Beach Club, a themed restaurant. du tiki which serves burgers, tacos, beer and more located nearby in Friant.

The popular Eagles Landing restaurant has new digs at the new Table Mountain facility.

“From gaming departments to the gaming commission, facilities to food and beverage, every division of our organization has worked collaboratively toward the goal of opening the first gaming property in California,” said John Dinius, CEO from Table Mountain Casino Resort. “I thank each and every one of you for your commitment to this project and your dedication to this tribe.”

Opened in 1987 as a small bingo hall, Table Mountain Casino has been a fixture in the local community, participating in events, working with several school districts and helping fund infrastructure projects, including the expansion of Friant Road in front of the new casino building.

Reservations for the hotel will begin in September, and all reservations in August are expected to be offered as promotions for Valley Sky Club members.


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