Tribal Organization: Rincon Band of Mission Indians
777 Harrah's Rincon Way
Funner, CA 92082
Harrah's Resort Southern California opened in 2001 as Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort. The name changed in March 2014 with the completion of a $160 million renovation and expansion project. New hotel rooms increased the total number to 1,065 making it the fourth largest in San Diego County.
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'ritas Cantina: Tacos and margaritas. 7am - 9pm
Fiore Steak & Seafood: Located right next to Fortunes on restaurant row. An upscale steakhouse and seafood restaurant serving lobster, New York strip steaks, filet mignon, 20 oz. porterhouses, swordfish steaks and other seafood dishes. Large wine selection.
The Buffet: Large dining area offers an international array of dishes from Mexico to Japan.
Pink's Hot Dogs: Hot dogs with a bite of Hollywood history.
The Cafe at Harrah's Resort Southern California: Open 24/7 and serving hearty portions of comfort food in a diner-style atmosphere. Big breakfasts, burgers and sandwiches, salads and desserts.
Fortunes: A casual dining Asian restaurant
Starbuck's at Harrah's Resort Southern California
Oyster Bar: A casual oyster and seafood bar. Watch chefs prepare hot and cold seafood items such as shucked oysters, clams, sushi, shrimp, lobster, ceviche, gumbo and pasta dishes.
Harrah's Resort Southern California features a beautiful 21-story hotel tower with 653 rooms including 101 suites. Each room features one king or two queen size beds, a large luxury bath with tub, and a separated glass-enclosed shower area.
In 2014 a new hotel tower added 403 rooms for a total of 1,065, which is the fourth largest hotel property in San Diego county.
August 31, 2018
On Thursday a new work of art was unveiled at Harrah's Resort Southern California. It is a statue of a Luiseno Indian woman made of bronze called "Milky Way Woman". The artwork on display is part of a program that showcases fine art at the casino.
Doug Hyde is a Native American artist that made the bronze piece. The statue is of a woman dressed in traditional clothing and holding baskets in the stars. The artist also has art pieces at Washington's National Museum of the American Indian.
It is symbolic to the ancestors of the tribe and a tribute to the rich history of their people.
The statue is located at the hotel and casino's valet entrance.