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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.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
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: (707) 588-7115
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
I was somewhat reluctant to go to a casino for dinner but glad we gave it a chance. Good selection on the menu. We had the filet and Ahi Tuna. Both were well prepared. Appetizer and salads were very good. Attentive and friendly staff. Would definitely go back with friends.
Be prepaired to breath in very smoky air from the casino floor.
630 park is a nice enviroment, I was not too impressed with the quality or flavor of the steaks we ordered. Sides are equally uninteresting.
Service could be more attentive.
This was my second time dining here, was hoping things had improved from my 1st visit. Same.
I enjoyed this place, there are a few things that could be better. My boyfriend got his Steak which was basic, dry, flavorless & and just nasty. So the waiter was great on suggesting a juicer steak so it was replaced with a Ny strip which was much better. I enjoyed my prime rib, and we enjoyed all our sides which were Mac n cheese, au gratin potatoes & calamari appetizer & the ambience was great. So overall ok experience I will go again.
We got seated at 7:15pm. Our food didn't arrive until 9:15pm. Food was good, however, I'm not sure that it just didn't taste better because we were absolutely starving by the time it came. When my husband spoke to the manager, the explanation was that they are short cooks for the amount of guests they seat.... Well, then only seat half the restaurant and provide better service. Inexcusable. Oh, and out of our $315 bill for the four of us, nothing was comp'd.
Food was outstanding. Waiters need a bit more training and were very understaffed as when we came in we told the host we had a reservation and he said you can sit at the bar area as we are under staffed. We said no, we will wait for the main dining area. Our waiter was fresh out of water. Very sweet and nice personality but left for our $95.00 bottle of wine and came with the wine but a different year. As we told him the wine he brought us was not the right year or worth $95.00 he went to go ask his manager. He never returned and another waiter came and asked if we were all good and we explained about the wine and told him if they didn't have it bring this other wine and he went to go get it. When he returned he had another wine in another year other than what the menu said and in a nasty tone said, "your wine isn't guarantee'd the year and you have to pay that price!" We laughed and said, sure we will try it. It ended up a very nice wine. Long story short...If you don't have a wine tell the customer and don't try to serve me a wine for $95.00 when we all know it is $60.00. Wait staff needs more training. Food is excellent.
This restaurant is inside the Graton Casino in Santa Rosa. Very Pricey. Everything is Ala carte. We went for a BD celebration, They do not comp a dessert, had to remind them to put a candle on the cake, plus an extra charge for a very small scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Service was very good. Extensive wine list. Friendly staff.
I would go again, especially if I hit a jackpot. (:
I ate here twice during a visit to Sonoma County. The ambience is very elegant and comfortable. The food overall is generally good. The portions are huge, so you could think about sharing dishes. The service is very inattentive and not very informed. And unfortunately, because the casino allow smoking, the smell of smoke pervades the restaurant. Better ventilation would help. Nonetheless this is a very good choice if you are near or in Rohnert Park.
The food/wine and service were outstanding! We sat along the wall coming into the restaurant and the cigarettes smoke coming into the restaurant from the casino was absolutely horrible. I'm sure if we sat somewhere else the cigarette smoke wouldn't have been so strong and the night would have been much better.
Very disappointed. This restaurant came highly recommended but ended up not being satisfactory. We were seated right away at our 730 reservation time but than had to wait 1 and a half hours before the appetizers were even brought out. Than our steaks were over cooked almost burnt when we ordered them medium! When your paying 50$ for a steak you expect it to be cooked the way you asked! One person returned their steak to only get one back that was barely charred. We were in the restaurant for a total of 3 hours! We left so late non of us had the desire to gamble in the casino. Our bill was over 700$ and that could of been spent else where with better food and service! Thank god the place was pretty at least we had something nice to look at.
Been here several times on my gambling visits. Just like any other casino, if you gamble, you get comped and those can be used at this Steakhouse. Free meals aside, this place is excellent. So far I've had both Ribeye options and just recently had the Fried Chicken. You have an option to "Add a Waffle" to the chicken and I was told they were out of waffles. I've had the lobster a couple times with my steak, it was good, but can't say it was the best or even anything I'd order again. It was ok. Baked potato was big and great.
Salads , appetizers, and bread were notable and well presented. Salads were fresh made and nice combination of items. Entrees were ok, but not the best. Seared chicken was quite dry. The prime rib was 60% fat, not edible. The salmon was the best of the three dishes. My company felt the salads and side dishes were very good and would return for those selections.
Had dinner on Jan 1st. I was very disappointed. To start off a couple of us ordered ice tea and lemonade and we didn't receive it until well into our starter. We ordered the lobster chowder and they didn't bring us spoons. I told the person who brought the soup and he said oh they will bring them. We waited and they didn't come. I had to flag down the Manager (because the waiter never came back) to tell him that we needed spoons and to advise that we had still not received our drinks. He said he would take care of it. What he did was to have the waiter come after with spoons. I asked about our drinks and they said they were coming. Finally we ordered a filet mignon cooked medium and I swear you would have thought it was going to walk off my plate it was so rare. At that point I was done. The food is a bit pricey but if it was prepared properly and the service was at the caliber deserving of the high prices then that would be fine. Terrible experience so beware.
It was New Year's Eve, but they should have staffed up for the occasion. Our appetizer and main courses took at least 45 minutes each to come out, dessert about 25 minutes. While the steak was quite good, the salads (Caesar and another I can't remember the name of, but it had bacon and avocado) were drenched in bland dressing, the creamed spinach had almost no cream and definitely no salt (the latter of which was correctable), the baked potato was cold, and the shrimp scampi bland and lukewarm. Desserts fared a bit better, with very good creme brulee and decent ice cream. Frankly, lunch at the Daily Grill had better quality food. Won't be back.
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