Eureka Casino Resort opens Mason Street Courtyard

MESQUITE – The Eureka Casino Resort is pleased to announce the grand opening of Mesquite’s newest dining experience, the Mason Street Courtyard.
 
Both the design and menu were inspired by Eureka owner Greg Lee’s childhood home on Mason Street in San Francisco.
 
“I wanted our customers to feel as though they had been invited to our home for a meal,” said Lee. “To accomplish this goal, we needed to create a warm and inviting environment, and to add foods that bring me great comfort.”
 
When entering the dining room, the most noticeable aspect of the restaurant is the room itself, with dark wood and white granite floors. Then the striking red mosaic vine winds through the dining area. The natural light flowing in from the outdoor patio makes Mason Street a particularly inviting and cheerful space for both breakfast and lunch.
 
The 50-seat outdoor patio is canopied and climate controlled, making outdoor dining comfortable all year long.
 
“This restaurant is very special to me because it captures my wonderful memories of my childhood home, what I think is beautiful in Mesquite, and the warmth that my family has always tried to give to our guests,” he said.
 
 
“The restaurant continues its story on the menu, featuring the foods of my life from my childhood in Hawaii, to my family dinner table, to my favorite restaurants in San Francisco’s Chinatown and Little Italy,” continued Lee.
 
In addition to the new, exciting, and authentic recipes, the Mason Street Courtyard still serves most of the old favorites from the original Courtyard Café at the same great prices.
 
One of the most remarkable aspects of the Mason Street Courtyard, Lee said, is that all of the food is prepared from scratch on site. The Chinese and Italian sauces are created daily, following personal recipes from both the Lee family as well the continual trials and travels from Chef Scott McGlinchey. From authentic beef and broccoli (which was personally taught to Chef Scott by Lee’s mother, in her own kitchen), to the completely new and unique “Triple B” Bay Bagel Burger, each item has been intentionally crafted and tested from scratch in the Mason Street kitchens.

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