Viejas Casino features 2,000 slot machines, more than 80 table games, a lively poker room, bingo and off-track wagering. It all makes for a complete gaming experience that can’t be beat.
Viejas Casino offers a variety of tantalizing dining choices – everything from quick bites to fine cuisine. Enjoy the finest cuts at The Grove Steakhouse; sensational Asian fare at Far East Express; delicious Mexican food at North of the Border; American favorites at The Cafe at Viejas and everything under the sun at The Buffet at Viejas. You can also enjoy lively appetizers, creative drinks, dancing and live music in the exciting V Lounge or in the DreamCatcher Lounge.
The excitement begins just off Interstate 8, 35 minutes east of downtown San Diego. Viejas is a stunning entertainment destination with thrills to match any taste. From the greatest in gaming to the finest in food, the best in bands, to a shopper’s paradise, Viejas is a must-visit for everyone. Viejas Outlets
Across from the casino is the 255,000 square-foot, Viejas Outlets, featuring more than 50 of America's favorite brand names.
The 37-acre Viejas Outlet Center is an open-air shopping destination with an American Indian village theme. The center reflects the beauty of Alpine’s surrounding natural environment with rock formations, bronze wildlife sculptures and water features throughout the site. At the heart of the center is the Show Court, featuring an interactive water fountain by day and dynamic seasonal shows choreographed with lasers and pyrotechnics by night.
The center’s award-winning design has earned recognition from many trade organizations, civic and professional groups including the San Diego Orchids Award for Architecture, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Award for Innovative Design, San Diego Magazine “Best Of…” Award and Themed Entertainment Achievement (THEA) Award for “Best Retail Experience” and for The Legend of Nightfire show.
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Saturday
11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday
Viejas Entertainment and Production has two unique divisions: 1) full service concert promoter and 2) buy talent for Native American Tribes/Casinos across the country. Viejas Entertainment and Production is a full service concert promoter run by entertainment professionals who have been in the business for more than 30 years. Established in 2000, Viejas Entertainment has produced shows year round at all Viejas venues.
Concerts in the Park, DreamCatcher and Viejas Concerts at Bayside. In recent years, this division expanded to booking some of the best venues in San Diego County and across the country. In addition to promoting Viejas shows, the mission is to assist Native American Tribes in achieving success in their own entertainment venues. Success can be measured in many different forms and that is by bringing new guests to your property, rewarding your current guests and adding to the image/branding of your property. With years of experience, wide network of industry contacts, and specific casino marketing expertise, Viejas Entertainment is uniquely positioned to achieve more success with any entertainment venue.
Concert promoting in a casino is very different from promoting in arenas, public venues, on campuses or in private theaters. Successfully promoting concerts in a Tribal Owned Casino also has its unique challenges! Viejas Entertainment understands the dynamics of interacting with Tribes, vendors, the public, employees, the artists, their crews and the media. No small task, but one that is manageable via experience, trust and respect.
The first American Indian-owned bank in California, Borrego Springs Bank, N.A., is a full-service commercial bank serving the communities of east San Diego County and Imperial County with branch offices in Borrego Springs, La Mesa and Alpine. With 19 SBA loan production offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Tennessee and Texas, the bank continues to be ranked among the 50 largest SBA lenders in the United States. Borrego Springs Bank has developed banking programs and specific services designed to meet the growing entrepreneurial needs of American Indian tribes. The bank also has been instrumental in assisting American Indians in developing economic opportunities and by financing tribal government projects.
The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, along with the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians of California joined together as founders of Three Fires, LLC. In 2004, the partnership broke ground on their first venture, Residence Inn by Marriott in Sacramento, California. The $53 million hotel, built on the last remaining undeveloped piece of private land on Capitol Park at 15th and L Streets, is just walking distance from the capitol and features 15-stories, 235 suites and 30 residential units on the top three floors. This partnership again marks one of the largest economic collaborations for American Indian governments.
Sitting on 133 sheltered acres of the Viejas Reservation, Ma-Tar-Awa RV Park was the first business venture of the Viejas Band, opening in 1976, and built at a cost of more than $1 million.
Today, Ma-Tar-Awa features a clubhouse, convenience store, laundry facility, propane service, swimming pool, 88 RV hookups, plus campsites.