Outdoor Dining Experience at High Steaks Steakhouse
Lincoln, CA -Thunder Valley Casino Resort is proud to announce High Steaks Steakhouse will now offer the region's only AAA 4 Diamond accredited outdoor resort dining experience.
Now open, the newly constructed High Steaks Steakhouse patio is located adjacent to the restaurant and offers luxurious outdoor seating, rich landscaping and a relaxing atmosphere complete with fire pits. The patio accommodates receptions for up to 100 guests and dining for up to 85 guests.
"We are delighted to offer our guests the opportunity to experience an exquisite outdoor dining experience at our award-winning steakhouse," said Gabor Eller, Vice President of Food & Beverage at Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "The courtyard-style patio is located between the main restaurant and Thunder Valley's outdoor pool, providing a wonderfully comfortable location to enjoy excellent food and professional service."
In addition to the new dining area, High Steaks Steakhouse will now offer live jazz music on the patio every Tuesday evening throughout the summer, weather permitting.
High Steaks Steakhouse is located inside Thunder Valley Casino Resort and offers a wide variety of the finest cuts of prime dry-aged steaks, market fresh seafood, an award-winning wine list and elaborate dessert selections made by Thunder Valley's pastry team.
High Steaks is open Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Happy Hour is offered in the Lounge Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The bar is open daily from 4:30 p.m. until closing.
High Steaks also offers complimentary curb side valet parking adjacent to the new patio and outside entrance to the restaurant, as an exclusive service to all guests.
To view a menu or make a reservation online, visit www.thundervalleyresort.com/Dining/High-Steaks.
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