Tribal Organization: Tulalip Tribes
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd.
Tulalip, WA 98271
Tulalip Resort Casino opened July 7, 1992.
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May 25, 2020
Tulalip Tribes will reopen the Tulalip Resort Casino at noon on Tuesday May 26, 2020. The opening of the casino and the hotel will end weeks of closure to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
All visitors and employees will be required to wear face masks and pass a temperature check when entering. The number of guest admitted will be limited to ensure safe distancing.
New temporary hours will be 10AM-2AM weekdays and open 24 hours Saturday-Sunday. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced on the gaming floor. Gaming tables will have limited seating. Dice will be sanitized after each shooter and after each game.
Restaurants and bars will be reconfigured for more spacing between tables and chairs. Condiments will not be available for self-serve.
The front desk will be reconfigured for social distancing. Hotel workers will not have entry into occupied guest rooms. The pool, salon, spa and fitness center will be closed.
All entertainment venues will be temporarily closed.
January 19, 2020
Tulalip Resort Casino announced the grand opening this week of its new high-limits slots room.
This upscale slots room features 90 slot machines, wider spacing, high-end seating, a private bar, and a dedicated staff. Progressives start at $100,000. The room is located near the hotel.
April 11, 2018
Blackfish is a restaurant located at the Tulalip Casino. It serves seafood and uses techniques of traditional tribal cooking. Using these techniques and teaching non-tribal members about the techniques is very important to the Tulalip Tribes.
The restaurant cooks with fire on an open pit. It serves seafood. One specialty is the sockeye salmon that is cooked using sticks of iron wood. The fist is placed on these skewers that are hand carved. The salmon is then roasted slowly over the fire.
The kitchen uses Tulalip traditional cooking. Only one person that works in the kitchen is Native American. Everyone makes sure to follow tradition when preparing the food.
The menu pays tribute to Tulalip tradition and uses ingredients found locally in the Northwest.
The atmosphere uses a Tulalip Longhouse design inspiration. It is meant to be both vibrant and casual.
In addition to the salmon, the restaurant also serves other fresh fish and shellfish boards. Local oysters are shucked to order. There is also chicken and grilled steaks.
Native chefs are creating New Native American Cuisine. The food is using ingredients that are local and similar to what the tribes ate. The dishes are being prepared in a new way.
An example of this is cornbread made with both white and blue corn. Also, empanaditas stuffed with bison.
The Tulalip Tribes is made up of over 4,600 members. Located north of Everett, just over half of their members live on the 22,000 acres Tulalip Reservation.
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