Casino Arizona, Talking Stick to honor active duty, veterans

In celebration of Memorial Day, Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort are offering dining specials exclusively for U.S. troops on Monday, May 25.

During the observances, veterans and active-duty military can enjoy a two-for-one brunch/lunch at Casino Arizona’s Eagles Buffet or a two-for-one lunch at Talking Stick Resort’s Wandering Horse Buffet. Members of the military can also stop by the Player Rewards Club desk at each property for a free car flag, according to a press release.

“We are excited to show our appreciation to the brave men and women who’ve fought and continue to fight for our freedoms,” stated Ramon Martinez, director of public relations at Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort, in the release. “We applaud their heroism and want to show them our support and gratitude.”

The Eagles Buffet at Casino Arizona,524 N. 92nd Street in Scottsdale, serves lunch from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Monday. It offers an amazing selection of freshly prepared international cuisine. Buffet offerings include a bountiful fresh salad and fruit bar, delicious seafood, pastas, scrumptious desserts and much more, according to the release.

Talking Stick Resort’s Wandering Horse Buffet, 9800 E. Indian Bend Road in Scottsdale, was named one of the “12 Greatest All-You-Can-Eat Buffets in America,” it offers a casual dining experience with a variety of cuisines including Asian, Mexican, Mediterranean and American dishes, as well as a carving station, pizza kitchen, dessert table and salad bar, according to the release.

Guests must present a Player Rewards Club card and either a Veteran’s card or valid Military ID to receive discount. To learn more about the Armed Forces Day deals and discounts, call 480-850-777 or visit or

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