TEMECULA, Calif. – (March 3, 2014) – With St. Patrick’s Day only a couple of weeks away, many wonder how they may find the luck of the Irish. On Monday, March 17, guests at Pechanga Resort & Casino will not need leprechauns or lucky charms to experience great deals on dining and excitement on the casino floor. Six of the resort’s restaurants feature cuisine specials, and from 10:00a.m. to 10:00p.m., slot and table games players have the chance to win $500 in EasyPlay® every 30 minutes. For more information, visit www.Pechanga.com or call toll free (877) 711-2946.
The St. Paddy’s Day Hot Seat promotion happens Monday, March 17 from 10:00a.m. to 10:00p.m. Every half hour, one slot or table games player with his or her Pechanga Club Card properly inserted into the machine or registered at the table game will be randomly selected to win $500 in EasyPlay®. Twenty four winners throughout the day will have the bonus play loaded onto their Pechanga Club cards. To be eligible to win, players must be a member of The Club at Pechanga. Signing up is free and easy and may be done anytime at the club desk located on the main casino level. Guests must be 21 or older to sign up and to play in the casino.
Some consider themselves lucky when they can enjoy good food. Journey’s End, Kelsey’s Bar & Grill, and the Pechanga Café feature a St. Patrick’s Day meal of Corned Beef and Cabbage that includes slow-cooked corned beef with red potatoes, baby carrots and Dijon honey mustard. The St. Patrick’s Day special is $15.95 and served during the restaurants’ daily hours. The outlets’ daily and evening menus will also be available. The AAA Four Diamond award winning Great Oak Steakhouse serves Braised Short Ribs with a Pinot Noir Reduction served with baby vegetables and horseradish mashed potatoes. This special is $32 and will be available in addition to the Great Oak Steakhouse’s nightly menu. At Umi Sushi & Oyster Bar, Killians Irish Red Beer Battered Fish & Chips with House Tartar Sauce and Minted Peas takes center stage as the special for $26. Umi’s nightly menu will also be available. Umi and the Great Oak Steakhouse open at 5:00p.m.
Oh, and one more thing. Don’t you dare call it “St. Patty’s Day.” Patty is a woman’s name or what you call a hamburger before it’s been cooked. Here’s more on that.