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Angel of the Winds Casino Buffet and Restaurants Guide

Angel of the Winds Casino Buffet and Restaurants Guide

Post last updated March 8, 2023

Angel of the Winds Casino Resort is located about 50 miles north of the Greater Seattle Area. If you don’t mind a little drive, head on up to the City of Arlington and to Angel of the Winds. They’ve gone through several renovations over the years and the current facilities are fabulous along with a great selection of restaurants and bars. I’ll take you through each eatery with my recommendations and need-to-know items.

Before we get started, I need to let you know that the buffet at Angel of the Winds Casino was a casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has since been replaced by a new sit down restaurant that we’ll review below.

Lastly, be sure to sign up for Angel of the Winds’ player’s club. Membership is free and you get dining discounts at each of their restaurants and eateries.

Whiskey Prime Steakhouse

Whiskey Prime is Angel of the Winds’ top fine dining restaurant. The decor and ambiance is that of a modern steakhouse. You can expect friendly and fast service along with exceptional quality food at very reasonable prices. The menu features a variety of fresh locally sourced seafood appetizers, salads and soups, USDA Prime steaks with enhancement choices, and other dinner entrees for those looking for something other than steak. They have a fully stocked bar as well so if you’re in the mood for a pre-dinner cocktail, a glass of wine to accompany your steak, or perhaps even a 20-year Tawny Port to finish things off, Whiskey Prime has it.

Recommendations: Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail | Oysters | Butternut Squash Risotto | Garlic Shrimp | Crispy Artichokes | Scallops Rockefeller | Wedge Salad | Baby Kale Salad | Maitake Mushrooms | Roasted Carrots | Tobacco Onions | Truffle Fries | Loaded Baked Potato | Bucatini | Grilled White Fish | Scallop | 18 oz Chairman Steak | 26 oz Ribeye Hatchet | Blue Cheese Crust Enhancement | Bearnaise Sauce Enhancement | Chimichurri Sauce Enhancement | Bone Marrow Bordelaise Sauce Enhancement | Sandeman Porto Tawny 20-Year Port | Coffee Nudge | Port-Poached Pears | Blueberry Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake | Banana Toffee Graham Tart

Playa Bonita

Mexican Tacos
Playa Bonita serves Mexican favorites like tacos, burritos, and enchiladas (Joshua Resnick/Shutterstock)

Taking over for the Riverside Buffet is Playa Bonita, which serves authentic Mexican cuisine to its guests. Located toward the hotel side of the resort and away from gaming, Playa Bonita’s high ceiling and windows providing natural light and gives breath to this space. Perfect for if you need to get away from the casino atmosphere for a bit and refuel with some excellent Mexican food.

The service is super friendly and there are plenty of tables and booth seating for you to relax and enjoy your meal. The menu features all your traditional Mexican foods like tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and quesadillas. Choose from multiple combination dishes if you’re wanting a little of everything. There are salads and soups if you’re looking for something light. Playa Bonita also runs a daily special so be sure to check that out as well.

Recommendations: Taquitos Fundidos | Ceviche Appetizer | Jalapeno Poppers | Shrimp with Mushrooms and Avocado | Super Nachos | Santa Fe Quesadilla | Spinach Enchiladas | Black Bean Soup | Chorizo Con Huevos | Enchilada and Chile Relleno | Shrimp Enchiladas | Enchilada and Chimichanga | Trio Enchiladas | Steak Picado | Carne Asada | Tres Amigos | Jalisco Especial | Pollo a la Crema | Pollo a la Diabla | Fajitas Texanas | Camarones Rancheros | Arroz Camarones | Flan | Churros

Jade Fusion

General Tsos Chicken
Favorites like General Tso’s chicken are on the menu at Jade Fusion(DronG/Shutterstock)

Jade Fusion brings flavors from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and other Asian cuisines to their guests at Angel of the Winds. Favorites you’ve seen many times like teriyaki chicken, Mongolian beef, pad Thai, and General Tso’s chicken are on the menu. However, there are also other Asian dishes like jap chae, dongpo short ribs, and pork belly sisig that venture out from more ‘standard fare.’

It’s a great place to grab a casual meal if you’re looking for some Asian food. The restaurant is open to the casino floor so you’ll get those sounds coming in, but it won’t be too bad. The food is solid, but the desserts are a MUST! My recommendation is the mango cheesecake.

Recommendations: Pot Stickers | Chicken Wings | Lettuce Cups | Pork Belly Bites | Tuna Tataki | Char Siu Bao | Pork Belly Ramen | Beef Brisket Pho | Miso Soup | Poke Tower | Jade Salad | Kimchi Fried Rice | Bibimbap | Bulgogi Beef | Red Curry Chicken Katsu | Korean Beef Short Ribs | Ponzu Salmon | Mango Cheesecake | The Big Kahuna | Black Sesame Creme Brulee | Sakura Cake

210 Brewing Co

Beer Flight
You can enjoy the first tribal-owned brewery in Washington State at Angel of the Winds (Joshua Rainey Photography/Shutterstock)

210 Brewing Co is the first ever tribal-owned brewery in the State of Washington. They have a large selection of house-made beers on tap with unique styles and flavors to enjoy. 210 serves breakfast daily with a menu that includes items from the griddle like pancakes and waffles, steak and eggs, and omelets. The lunch and dinner menu has tons of shareable plates, soups and salads, sandwiches and burgers, house-made pizzas, and another Angel of the Winds eatery where the desserts are a must-try.

Recommendations: Cheesesteak Omelet | Red Chile Wet Burrito | Vanilla Bean French Toast | Carne Asada Fries | Street Corn Dip | Chicken Wings | House-Made Meatballs | BBQ Ranch Salad | 210 Smash Burger | The Big Chicken Sandwich | BLTA (add fried egg) | Jalapeno Burger | Meatball Hoagie | Smoked Pork Belly Banh Mi | Smothered Chicken | Shredded Beef Tacos | Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf | Steak Frites | Cheeseburger Pizza | Detroit Style Pizza (serves two) |Midnight Peanut Butter Pie | The Atomic Monkey | Peach Upside-Down Cake | Triple Chocolate Brownie Skillet

Katie’s Kitchen

Katie’s Kitchen is Angel of the Winds quick eatery that’s open 24/7. Every casino has and needs one of these! The food is all solid and very reasonably priced. This eatery is completely open to the casino floor but there’s plenty of tables and seating around for you to enjoy your meal. The menu has breakfast items, a value section that has an assortment of various small sides, desserts, soups and salads, a selection of fish and chips, burgers and sandwiches, and a two to four piece fried chicken dinner.

Recommendations: Chicken Fried Steak and Eggs | Biscuits and Gravy with Eggs | Breakfast Burrito | Breakfast Sandwich | Popcorn Shrimp and Chips | Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog | Chili Cheese Fries | Strawberry Shortcake | Captain’s Platter | Cod and Fries | Fantail Shrimp and Fries | Bacon Cheeseburger | BLT | Cheesesteak Sandwich | 4 Piece Fried Chicken Dinner | Chicken Tender Meal

Angel Eats

Bowling Alley
Angle Eats is right next to Strikerz Bowling (Mindscape studio/Shutterstock)

Angel Eats is located between Strikerz Bowling and Rivers Run Event Center. It’s the perfect spot to grab some quick bites before, after, and even during bowling. It’s a great menu with tons of shareable finger foods for you and your friends/family to enjoy while having a night out of bowling fun.

Check out our complete guide to Angel of the Winds to find out more about Strikerz Bowling alley at Angel of the Winds Casino Resort.

Recommendations: Strikerz Appetizer Sampler | Strikerz Nachos | Mega Nachos | Chicken Wings | Coconut Shrimp | Waffle Fries | Party Platter | Chicken Tenders | Clam Strips | Cheeseburger Sliders | Pulled Pork Sliders | Meat Trio Flatbread | Chicken Bacon Ranch Flatbread 

What's the nicest restaurant at Angel of the Winds Casino?

The nicest restaurant at Angel of the Winds Casino is Whiskey Prime Steakhouse. If you're not looking for a steakhouse, try Playa Bonito or Jade Fusion as alternative sit down options.

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