New Restaurant at Valley View Casino Center
San Diego is the perfect holiday destination for anyone looking to enjoy some fantastic casino action, as well as a laid back lifestyle. With numerous world class casinos, theme parks and outdoor activities scattered around the region, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to where they wish to spend their vacation. One of the most popular locations is the beautiful San Diego’s famous Valley View Casino Center. Renowned for its unparalleled dining and gambling facilities, this casino is also home to the annual San Diego Renaissance Summer Festival, which showcases the best of local art and culture.
What goes for optimum entertainment and relaxation does not just stop at a casino. The wonderful all-round beauty of the surrounding surroundings is highly recommended as a way of spending your days. Visitors can buy tickets online, in person at the main box office situated on location near Valley View Casino Center, or over the telephone. Tickets can also be purchased over the telephone through the main San Diego Valley View Casino Center Box Office as well. However, there are certain things that should be taken into consideration when visiting this popular venue. Some of these considerations include:
This casino is located just a few blocks from the famed Gaslamp Quarter. Visitors need to ensure that their planned trips do not include trips to this location during the dates of the Gaslamp Quarter celebration. If visiting during these dates is unavoidable, arrangements can be made to visit the Valley View Casino Center instead. There is still no guarantee as to when the venue will be open for the aforementioned celebration, so visitors are advised to check regularly.
A mere five blocks to the northwest of the casino is the Historic District, which houses a host of attractions centered around the historic Spanish mission-style architecture. Visitors will be delighted in walking through this historically preserved area. The pedestrian-friendly streets are lined with restaurants, galleries, parks, and other attractions centered around the mission-style architecture of the past. For those traveling to the Valley View Casino Center for the San Diego Super Bowl, this area of downtown San Diego will definitely be a must see. Another option includes trips to the county’s other major attractions located in the area such as the Historic Gas Lamp District, Sea World, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and the Petco Park.
Just north of the San Diego Super Bowl Stadium is the University of San Diego’s newest addition, which is the newly renovated Balboa Park. The renovation effort of this facility took approximately two years to complete. To ensure the grandeur of the renovation project, the university has signed a long term lease agreement with the current tenant, the Alhambra Group. The lease was originally set to expire in December of this year but has been extended to allow for the completion of the work. During the winter, the college will celebrate its centennial year of operation. With the naming rights to the land now renewed by the university, there is little doubt that the venue will once again be a draw not only for tourists but for locals as well, who take advantage of the long winter days to visit this venue and its sister parks located throughout the greater San Diego area.
Finally, if you are looking for a new restaurant to check out in the area, the new restaurant concept from the culinary team of Jon Bon Jovi and Amy Waterman is sure to be a winner. The Belly & Lip Bar are located at the top of the tallest roller coaster in San Diego, which promises to give your taste buds a thrilling ride. The restaurant is named after the two legendary rockers: The Edge and Bon Jovi. With additional dining venues and hotel space on its way, the Belly & Lip will surely be the talk of San Diego during the next few weeks and months. There is no doubt that Bon Jovi and the Edge will be back again in the great big city, with tickets and hotel packages already sold out for this fall’s concert season.