Posts Tagged with #Casino Del Sol Resort

Beautiful casino with great restaurants and very nice accommodations. Would love to stay here again.
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Great place to play payouts not so great but lots to dp
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Atmosphere was great, our waittress was kind and knowledge, and the rest of the staff were interested with were equally nice and accommodating. Went with a crowd of three a couple hours before our show at the Ava Ampitheater. We made reservations ahead of time and when we got there we were seated right away. Of course, we had to order the main thing people rave about (and is in there name). We ordered two filet mignon's with different rubs, and a pork with risotto dish, along with some wine, sides, and a dessert. Everything tasted delicious, the presentation was great, and the portions were healthy. However, the reason for only 4 stars out of 5 is that the steak was over cooked, which is a shame since that's the part we most looked forward to. Ordered medium, got well done. Mistakes happen, but with thermometers available, cooking a steak should never be a guessing game, especially when it's $50 a piece.
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If I could give it 6 stars I would
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Our first time at PY. They were just a few little things away from a full 5 stars. Our reservation was honored and we were seated right away. The waiter knew our last name and consistently referred to us as "Mr and Mrs ....." until we suggested he call us by our first names. This was a very considerate touch. We ordered cocktails--her a cosmo and me a Manhattan. They were good, not great. My Manhattan was too sweet--more vermouth and less bourbon. The cherries (griottines?) were great--thanks for not settling for maraschinos! The bread was very nice--thin, cheesy breadsticks and soft, delicious rolls (with "PY" baked in). But.... They took forever. Seriously. It was strange. Although it was a Saturday night, they weren't that busy. Our entrees were slow to come out, too. We shared an appetizer--the steak tartar. Delicious, with a hint of sour citrus. Very nice! The soups weren't particularly interesting to us and they didn't have a traditional Caesar salad (for a steak place?), so we skipped it and went to the entree. She had the 6 oz filet (cooked to perfection). I had the cowboy ribeye. It seemed a little medium on the edges, but the steak was actually cooked perfectly in the center. Take a lesson from Ruth's Chris and bring those steaks out on fiery hot plates, please. Our sides were truly on the side. We shared the mushrooms, prepared in a delicious sauce and on a bed of cooked onions. Really good. The other side was a potatoe au gratin dish. Baked, it was nice and cheesy on the surface, but lost that quality inside. It really should have been cheesy throughout. We selected a merlot from the Carneros region and it was delicious (and reasonably priced). Oh, and perfectly served, too. Our servers were professional, attentive, and spot-on (except for the weird delay at the beginning). We passed on dessert and after-dinner drinks. In the conversation, we happened to mention that we both had served in the military. When our check arrived, our waiter let us know that he applied a military discount! We made sure that showed up in his tip. We'll be back!
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Great! However, if you even think about the eight course tasting menu.... make sure you come extremely hungry... it is a ton of food at a great price.
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Great food and Friendly and Helpful employees.
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Loved it. The only thing that could have been better was if were 20° cooler. Excellent course and course conditions. Great service also.
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