Grand opening of 12 Moons Asian Bistro at Snoqualmie Casino on June 19th

Seattle, WA – Guests at Snoqualmie Casino can soon add 12 Moons Asian Bistro to their dining experience.  The Northwest’s newest and finest dining establishment opens its doors June 19th, 2012. 12 Moons is under the helm of Executive Chef Bruce Dillon and Chef de Cuisine Norihiro Otani.

Seattle, WA – Guests at Snoqualmie Casino can soon add 12 Moons Asian Bistro to their dining experience.  The Northwest’s newest and finest dining establishment opens its doors June 19th, 2012. 12 Moons is under the helm of Executive Chef Bruce Dillon and Chef de Cuisine Norihiro Otani.

“We are thrilled to bring this dining experience to the casino,” says executive chef Bruce Dillon. “12 Moons will offer the best flavors of East Asian cuisine along with the freshest of ingredients designed to ignite your palate. 12 Moons Asian Bistro is a dining experience guests will never forget with spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains.”

Located just off the 90 East at exit 27 inside Snoqualmie Casino, 12 Moons Asian Bistro has orchestrated a menu complete with the freshest sushi, udon and pho, and features an open flame robata grill. The restaurant offers lunch, dinner and a late night menu, and comfortably seats both large and intimate parties. Before or after your meal, enjoy a cocktail and live entertainment in the intimate piano bar.

For more information, visit www.snocasino.com or call 425-888-1234 to make a reservation.

ABOUT SNOQUALMIE CASINO
Snoqualmie Casino is the closest gaming center to Seattle and the first on the Eastside. Comprised of over 170,000-square-feet of entertainment space, the Vegas-style venue features 50 table games, 10 poker tables, and 1700 state-of-the-art slot machines. In addition to world-class boxing, the 11,000-square-foot Ballroom will also host other high-profile events such as live concerts and national poker tournaments. Five restaurants, three unique lounges and bars, and a plush cigar lounge round out the total entertainment experience. With unrivaled natural surroundings and majestic views of the Cascade Mountains, Snoqualmie Casino offers classic elegance in a sophisticated Northwest setting. For additional information, visit www.snocasino.com.

ABOUT THE SNOQUALMIE TRIBE

With approximately 600 members, the Snoqualmie Tribe and its people have lived in the Puget Sound region since time immemorial. In 1855 Snoqualmie signed the Point Elliott Treaty. This treaty created a government-to-government relationship between the United States and the Snoqualmie Tribe. The Tribe lost federal recognition in 1953 when federal termination policies resulted in the termination of all tribes not having reservations. In 1999, after 46 years of petitioning, the Bureau of Indian Affairs notified the Tribe that they had re-acknowledged the Snoqualmie Tribe and granted the Snoqualmie official tribal status. For more information about the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, please visit the website at www.snoqualmienation.com.

Photo: Garry Chan

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