San Manuel Band welcomes casino eatery from Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS

From left: Gene Simmons of KISS, San Manuel Band Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena, Paul Stanley of KISS and San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino General Manager Loren Gill. Photo from Rock & Brews

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has entered into a new venture with Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, the frontmen of the legendary band KISS.

The San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino will host the first location of Rock & Brews in Indian Country. Simmons and Stanley are co-founders and global ambassadors for the eatery, which is due to open at the facility in October.

"We are very excited that the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has invited us to become a part of their thriving casino and its continued efforts to provide guests with quality dining and entertainment options," Simmons and Stanley said in a joint statement. "We are confident that guests from near and far will find this exciting, new, state-of-the-art Rock & Brews experience to be a delicious and enjoyable part of their casino visit."

The 225-seat, 5,500-square-foot eatery will be the first Rock & Brews at a casino and the ninth in California. The eatery currently has 19 locations in the U.S. and Mexico.

"The addition of Rock and Brews to San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino is yet another step in our journey to provide the very best food and entertainment venues in Southern California," Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena said in the press release.

Read More on the Story:
KISS frontmen to open Rock & Brews restaurant at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino (The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin 9/15)
KISS stars to open eatery at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino (The Riverside Press-Enterprise 9/15)

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