The San Diego Union-Tribune has announced that Jamul Casino has won five of its 26th annual ‘San Diego Best’ readers poll awards. In its six years of operations, this is the fifth year that Jamul Casino has been named among 'San Diego's Best.'
The Union-Tribune poll reflects the voting audience’s top selections for more than 200 products and services in San Diego – everything from restaurants to entertainment, legal services, real estate, retail and more.
The full list of Jamul Casino’s accolades are as follows: Best Sports Bar for Tony Gwynn's Sports Pub (fifth consecutive year); Best Pho/Noodle House Restaurant for Loft 94 Yakitori (second consecutive year); Best Romantic Restaurant for Prime Cut Steak & Seafood;
Best Bartender for Chris Pfaff at JIVe Lounge (second consecutive year) and Best Restaurant Server for Jesus Corrales at Tony Gwynn's Sports Pub.
This is the first year that Prime Cut Steak & Seafood has been named Best Romantic Restaurant. The establishment serves gourmet steak, seafood entrees, more than 300 bottles of wine and has a famous dessert cart with seasonal selections.
In addition to winning the top spot in these five categories, Jamul Casino was named as a favorite in 17 others.
Jamul Casino President and General Manager Mary Cheeks says, “Congratulations to Chris, Jesus, and the entire Jamul Casino team. Your dedication to exceptional service is what makes Jamul Casino so special. It's also very rewarding to see the fine dining experience we've created at Prime Cut Steak & Seafood hailed by our most important critics – our guests."
Opened in 2016, the Jamul Casino is located in San Diego, California and is owned and operated by Jamul Indian Village Development Corporation (JIVDC). The $430m casino features nearly 1,700 slot machines, 46 live table games, a dedicated poker room, and various restaurants, bars and lounges.