M.Y. China — Celebrity chef Martin Yan’s two-story shrine to Chinese food with wok dishes, theatrically hand-pulled noodles, and dim sum all made in an exhibition kitchen.
Tony’s of North Beach — Chef-owner Tony Gemignani, an 11-time World Championships of Pizza Makers winner, offers eight kinds of pizzas made in three different kinds of ovens, including a Roman style trio of separate pies all joined together on a giant wood cutting board. Family-style pasta dinners, meatball subs, burgers and big salads, too.
The Daily Grill — A West Coast chain offering American comfort food with Mediterranean accents, like mushroom-stuffed meatloaf or chicken potpie.
630 Park Steakhouse — Owned by the casino, with Las Vegas style and high end prices for Prime grade wet/dry aged beef, shrimp cocktails and jumbo lobster tails.
Marketplace Food Court, open 24 hours
Boathouse Asian Bistro — An extension of the Rohnert Park eatery, but owner Catherine Do also has added Vietnamese favorites from her sister restaurant, Kettles Vietnamese Bistro. Handmade sushi rolls share the menu with pho, sweet and sour pork, and vegetarian chow mein.
La Fondita Taqueria — A satellite of the Reyes family-owned restaurant and taco truck in Santa Rosa specializing in big burritos, enchiladas and rustic meat options such as suadero (rosy brisket), lengua (beef tongue) and cabeza (roasted beef head meat).
Roadside BBQ — Part of the San Rafael-based smoke house, with on-site wood-fired smoked baby back ribs, chicken, Memphis pulled pork, Texas brisket and sausages.
Slice House — Chef Tony Gemignani’s casual take-away for meatball subs, lasagna, and pizzas made in the fire-fueled oven.
Scoops/Three Twins Ice Cream — Organic ice cream made from local milk, via the San Rafael-based shop, with seasonal flavors and signatures such as Fair Trade Vanilla Bean Speck and Chocolate Orange Confetti.
The Habit Burger Grill — Founded in Santa Barbara in 1969; now a chain focused on grilled-to-order charburgers, char-grilled pastrami sandwiches, and grilled chicken salads.
Sam’s For Play Express — Two Santa Rosa locations spurred this offshoot of the Anker family’s diners, slinging omelets, chicken fried steak, grilled ham and cheese, and spaghetti in meat sauce.
Starbucks — The international chain.
Details: Graton Resort & Casino, 288 Golf Course Drive West, Rohnert Park, 588-7100, gratonresortcasino.com.
If You Go
Getting there and around: Take the free PresidioGo shuttle between the Main Post, downtown, BART and the Transbay Terminal; and a free Around the Park shuttle.
Lodging: The 22-room Inn at the Presidio offers luxury rooms and suites, each spacious and unique, along with full breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese.
Dining: Among several casual dining spots are the Mexican-inspired Arguello; The Commissary, with a Spanish menu; the Disney Museum Café; the Presidio Social Club; and The Transit deli.
Information: (415) 561-4323; presidio.gov