Food and Beverage
Weekly Buffet Themes
Now we look as great as we taste! The Wickiup Buffet is an excellent value and, with our beautiful new surroundings, we’re an exceptional experience.
You’re in for a treat with our expanded selection of fresh and delicious choices, from soups and salads to entrees. And, of course, our signature array of sinfully, delicious desserts.
Join us for lunch:
- Monday - Thursday: $10.99
- Friday, Saturday and Sunday: $14.99.
- Saturday and Sunday: Lunch is $14.99.
Stay for dinner:
- Monday – Thursday & Saturday and Sunday: $14.99
- Friday - $19.99
We’re crazy about kids so we give a 40% discount on our buffet price for children ages 4 to 10, accompanied by an adult.
Weekly buffet specials:
We love our Apache Gold Player’s Club members! So you get big discounts off the buffet price every day, lunch or dinner.
- Brave: 5% discount
- Warrior: 10% discount
- Chief: 15% discount
- Elder: 20% discount
- Legend: 25% discount
Black River Grill
The Black River Grill is named for the majestic Black River that flows through the San Carlos Reservation. This beautiful and remote river forms the boundary between the San Carlos and White Mountain Apache tribal lands. The river is a paradise for fishermen and sportsmen and the new Black River Grill will be a favorite choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
SNAXSNAX will be closed for AT LEAST 2 weeks starting Monday July 7th, 2014.
New name but same great service! SNAX is open every hour, every day of every week.
At SNAX you’ll find munchies to satisfy your every craving. We’re located just outside the gaming floor.
Apache Prime Steakhouse
Get out the knives! Our full-service restaurant rolled out a mouth-watering new menu. You’ll find all your favorite cuts, plus a full choice of home-style specialties served with western hospitality. Our steakhouse is located inside the San Carlos Events Center and it will be open to the public.
San Carlos Events Center is easy to find. Located 5-miles east of Globe on U.S. Highway 70, it’s close to Globe, Phoenix and Tucson, and adjacent to the Apache Gold Casino and Resort.