About 630 Park Steakhouse - Graton Resort & Casino
630 Park is a Classic American Steakhouse serving tender-dry-aged Prime steaks. All of our meats, seafood and produce have been carefully sourced from the freshest purveyors and local farms. 630 Park exemplifies Sonoma County with our succulent menu, hand selected wine list and detailed service. We invite you to experience the future of the Classic American Steakhouse.
Steakhouse, American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Wilford & Redwood Highway
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
We have a variety of local artists performing daily in our lounge beginning at 7pm.
Valet parking is provided complimentary by the resort.
Private Party Facilities:
630 Park offers a Private Dining option that can accommodate up to 16 guests. Please inquire for menu pricing and options.
Private Party Contact:
Mono Hira: 7075887115
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
630 Park Steakhouse - Graton Resort & Casino Ratings and Reviews
My fiancé and I tried this for the first ...
My fiancé and I tried this for the first time based on many recommendations. We are regulars at Stark's but decided to give this a try. We were SO disappointed. The wine list was outrageously expensive for being the standard choices. There wasn't an interesting wine on the list. I chose a well known Pinot producer. The server asked for a backup just in case they didn't have that wine available. I foolishly said a more expensive bottle. He brought our second choice. This was a major red flag. The wine was young and would have benefited from some air so I requested it be decanted. He returned to the table and said they do not have a decanter available. Umm...ok? High end steak house but no decanter. Annoying. As far as the food goes: started with the calamari which was a huge portion with below average squid and too much breading. Forgettable. The steaks we very average considering they pride themselves on high quality meat. We will feed the leftovers to our dogs. I would say if anyone is looking for a high quality steak dinner stick with Stark's. This place is not with the time or money. Jack & Tony's is even a better choice than 630 Park.
Everything, as always, was exceptional. ...
Everything, as always, was exceptional. My only complaint is the singer/piano player. I thing some nice piano music would be wonderful but the singer was much too loud. We had to ask for a different table than the first we were shown as would not have been able to hear other speak. Even where we were seated ( the last corner booth in the north west corner) the singer was to loud. Everthing else was perfect.
They prepared each dish for our table pe ...
They prepared each dish for our table perfectly the way it was requested. Whether rare or well done, everyone got their dish exactly as ordered. The fresh bread to start the meal and the sides were all amazing, on top of exceptional service! Will definitely go back.
When we arrived they did not have any re ...
When we arrived they did not have any record of our open table reservation!!! I had my conformation number with me, but they wanted to see my e-mail confirmation. I don't use e-mail on my I-phone. after some hesitation we were finally seated. So much for the confirmation number!!!!! June Kermoian
All the staff members there greeted me w ...
All the staff members there greeted me with smiles as warm as the foods they serve there. I would thoroughly recommend your restaurant to anyone with a taste for a rip-eye steak. I know I`II certainly be returning soon.
Well, my ratings say it all. The food th ...
Well, my ratings say it all. The food that we had was FAIR, but nowhere near TO DIE FOR--and when you spend the kind of money being charged, you want food that's TO DIE FOR..
We had the 32 oz. "longbone" rib eye for two--which is a menu specialty meal prepared for two people, and which includes the steak, side potatoes and side vegetables, all on one platter. We were given two empty plates, and we both served ourselves from the main platter. (Except for the specialty meals for two, all other menu entrees come a la carte, as do all the sides.) Bread and butter is also served prior to receiving the main meal. The price on the menu for the longbone ribeye meal for two is $140--but we had the" 50% off of two entrees" coupon at 630 Park Steakhouse (this dinner qualified for the discount), so our base cost was $70. Altogether, with one pepsi, an additional side of macaroni that our server recommended, and tax on the whole ball of wax, the pre-tip bill came to about $97. Had we not had the coupon--which deducted $70, our bill would have been about $167 before tip. $70 deduction or not, we simply were NOT wowed by the food. We thought that the steak was just okay; arguably, it was passable, but it was NOTHING like what we've had in finer steakhouses. I personally would give it about a 6 out of 10. (Just being brutally honest here..) Aside from that, our general feeling was that some of the food was TOO SALTY (the cooked spinach was so salty as to be INEDIBLE; we left it on our plates), and most of it was LACKING IN FLAVOR. Ironically, we were served UNSALTED butter with the before-dinner bread--which I.M.O., is ALWAYS a rookie mistake. It had me salting my buttered bread just to add flavor to the unbearable blandness of the unsalted butter. (At the very least, offer BOTH salted AND unsalted butter, and indicate which is which if you actually want to please people!)
I'm out of room, but Bottom Line: Too many disappointments at 630 Park Stk.House.
We've been here many times before and ha ...
We've been here many times before and have had better food, therefore I don't want to underrate simply because of one bad night food-wise. Avoid anything breaded/fried, stick to red meat, and all should be well. Prices run between slightly-higher and somewhat-less than other local establishments with similar fare, so a good mid-priced choice. Environment is beautiful if a bit loud but at least it's vibrant. Live piano bar is a plus with the music filtering into the restaurant. Wait/serving staff is TOPS!! Front of house hostesses are too many and need to be reminded to stop chatting with each other, face guests instead of standing with backs turned, and genuinely greet/say good night to ALL patrons - an unfortunate impression of cliquiness as is, and I'm sure that's not what these lovely ladies intend to portray.
This place keeps getting better every we ...
This place keeps getting better every week. The waiter (Tommy) remembered our beverage choices from the week before and was quite knowledeable about having chef prepare low
sodium options for my entree and side dish. Definitely catered to my special dietary need.
First we were served bread & butter. Our ...
First we were served bread & butter. Our favorite was the pretzel bread. We had to ask for more (3 times) and it took a while to finally get it. After checking out the menu we decided to share everything except our steaks. I am glad we did because the portions were very generous. First we had Shrimp Tempura. The shrimp was succulent and the sauce was tasty.Next came steaming bowls of Lobster Chowder. OMG it was so good! Then we had wedge salad w/blue cheese and bacon. The dressing was perfect. We could have stopped there. But was glad we didn't because our juicy Bone in Ribeyes and cheesy did I say cheesy scalloped potatoes were next. Alas, we weren't able to finish our steak and potatoes that night but we throughly enjoyed the flavor filled leftovers the next day. Desserts chocolate cake (a bit dry but scoop of ice cream helped) and berry covered creme brûlée (perfect) were also taken home to enjoy for breakfast the next morning. One person I must mention is the Mgr. Curtis. He was so personable and really cared that we had a favorable experience. Next time we are in town we will definitely return for another fabulous meal!!!!
This was my fourth time eating here and ...
This was my fourth time eating here and the food keeps getting better. The fisr time I was vegetarian so that did not count, Second time ordered the full Maine lobster. Third time sat in bar ordered scallops, fourth time shared the Porterhouse for Two. Incredible side dishes and sauces. Tommy is my favoite waiter. knowledgeable, efficient and always entertaining.
we had three different cuts of steaksa ...
we had three different cuts of steaksa ..all cooked to perfection. The Cesar salad we had was one of the best ever..all cooked differently from charred blood rare to med to med rared..all were cooked to perfection..Our server, Cesar (I believer that was his name) was excellent, informed and most congenial. Also the Hearts of Palm salad was excellent also. The Crème Burlee was perfection also. This was about my 5th or 6th visit to 630 Park..
My neice, visiting from New York, is a chef and was very impressed with everything.
If you like Steaks or Seafood, you will ...
If you like Steaks or
Seafood, you will like this steakhouse.
We had the filet's and both were very good, cooked medium rare, and they came that way. You have two choices , either Buedul, or Niman Ranch, hands down the Niman was much better
than the the Buedul, very tender and more taste.
We live south of San Francisco, so it's a long drive, I wish it would open for lunch , at least in
Save your money, expect to pay City prices, and you enjoy
We expected that the chef would know how ...
We expected that the chef would know how to cook a steak correctly. We had to send it back twice because we asked for medium well and got it rare... Twice! By the time my husband got his food, I was finished eating. The lobster was rubbery and they never brought the candle to keep the drawn butter warm. To be honest, I can't believe you guys can get away with this kind of service. We were very disappointed that a dinner for two that cost $300 would be such a bad experience. We expected you guys to know what your doing but it seemed like a total rip off.
First time in restaurant, excellent serv ...
First time in restaurant, excellent service, loved that we were seated immediately. The Manager walked around the tables asking if we need it anything and if we liked our visit. We Highly Recommend this Restaurant... Staff was very friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. We just found out new place!
The service, staff and ambiance were gre ...
The service, staff and ambiance were great. It was out 39th Anniversary. The calamari was beautiful, but tough. All the food presentations were excellent, the food itself was the disappointment. The baked potato, had a hard time melting the butter, t was not hot. my wife said the texture of the lobster was gritty, usually a sign of old food, or frozen to long. The asperages was huge and mealy, not the slender tasty(wooden pencil size) that I associate with crisp and tasty. The steak was very good, even reheated at home, I just didn't feel like eating much because of the accompanying sides and appetizers.
Best Food for the price
Food is excellent for all food lovers. Although, a little pricey it is much worth every dollar. The best part is that some of your orders can be split in two to share, due to the large amount that is served. I would recommend the Buttermilk chicken, salad wedge, Salmon, and asparagus. Also, the variety of bread is from a local bakery in Healdsburg that is served beforehand. Yum....
Service was very good and attentive. Ha ...
Service was very good and attentive. Had the prime rib, which was tender and huge. Wife said salmon was excellent. The tuna poke for appetizer was also a good starter. Watch out for the tipping because the suggested tipping amounts on the tab is calculated with the tax included.
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