As a birthday present I took my husband to this casino in Palm Springs. It is a nicely decorated casino with easy access. We were even able to park in the street near-by, which required little walking to the entrance. We were hungry and enjoyed a slice of pizza, since it was the cheapest thing on their menu. The costs of their other deli items were outlandish. We wouldn't even try the buffet at its price. I sure do miss those days in Las Vegas when you could eat a good buffet of food for a small amount of money. The only place that still seems to do that is in Laughlin, but we haven't been there for awhile, so who knows how the prices are these days. We always go with a set amount of money to spend. This time was $60.00, which did not win us one thing. It was eaten up in an hour. I stood and watched one man put $75.00 in one machine, and didn't get one hit. I kept wondering why he did that, but he did. I saw one small win as we were leaving. Everyone looked tired, bored, and disenchanted in their play and surroundings. I wonder if they would have been happier going out for a nice dinner with their money in one of the nice restaurants in Palm Springs, and forgot the gambling they didn't seem to be enjoying anyway.