|I work in the area and visit this casino at least once a week. I only play blackjack and the pit and dealer personell are the best. Ayla and Christine are my favorites. I play the double deck BJ and usually win at least 100 or 200 every time I sit down for an hour or so. The locals are great and cocktail service is very good. I recommend this casino to get away from the large immpersonal ones.||8|
|best casino and best 10+ ||10|
|Augustine Casino is the best and the food is excellent let,s you play long time on your money.fun casino.||9|
|casino has machines that arent even hooked up to any progressives so you will never win your just throwing your money a way. this casino is the most sorry casino on the face of this earth.its a O in my rate.||1|
|I WON A jackpot playing life styles of the rich and famoues told machine malfuction but yet video was never let be seen and how funny those machines were taken out.||1|
|Pretty nice place but no one really wins.||2|
|Augustine Casino bills itself on "where the locals play." It's rather small, but with plenty of mutli-denomination slots to keep even the avid gambler happy. A few card tables are located in the middle of the casino, but the real attraction for us "locals" is the food. Cafe 54 is open 24 hours, and most meals can be had for under ten bucks. Friday and Saturday nights feature the seafood buffet, for $12.95, but the best deal is the breakfast buffet on Saturdays, $5.95 ($4.95 with club card). Prime rib and the omelet station, plus prompt refills of of the steam trays make this an enjoyable place to eat. One doesn't have to wait long for the bacon, sausage, hot cakes or french toast here! Service is prompt, yet unobtrustive.
Gambling: Try the penny slots, for starters. I often triple my money after just a few spins. The Beverly Hillbillies, Risque Business and Cops n Donuts have paid off well for me.
The restrooms have their downfalls, though. Located at the west end of the casino, it is definitely a hike from the restaurant.
And don't dispair when your looking for the place. It is, pretty much, in the middle of palm groves and agricultural fields, but offers plenty of close parking. Avenue 54 and Van Buren, can't miss it; three miles east of PGA West, three miles west of Highway 86.
And say hi to a "local" while you're there. We're always very happy out here in the desert!
|nice place i like it very much||7|
|Augustine Casino is a little off the beaten path. When I got to the stop signs every other block, I re-checked the map from the web site to make sure I was going the right way.It is a mid-size casino, big enough to have good selection of slots and some tables; yet small enough so that the parking is near the Casino and small enough that you do not get lost inside. The people were friendly. I would say one of the friendliest casinos I have visited this year.Some great features: $1 Blackjack table, on the $5 Blackjack, where there was still several open seats; my first hand was a blackjack. They also have .05 Video Poker machines and a mix of other types of machines. Joining the Augustine Gold was easy and you get a ticket for a drawing and a ticket for some free minutes on the Dash for cash machine.Café 54 is a restaurant and buffet. The lunch cost is $6.95 when you are a club member, otherwise $7.95. The cold slaw was very good on the All American day. The buffet has different menu depending on the day of the week. They also had a menu with very reasonable prices. During the peak times, there can be a wait, but they will give you a pager. I plan to go back to the Augustine Casino.||8|