February 2013 Issue
Try Your Luck
Gaming options and casino amenities are expanding in Ohio.
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati will unveil much more than 2,000 slot machines, 85 table games and a 31-table World Series of Poker-brand room at its March 4 grand opening.
Indeed, the $400 million facility’s biggest initial draw for music fans may be its outpost of Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. The chain of casual-dining eateries, owned and operated by the beloved musician, is known for staples such as the Cheeseburger in Paradise. Serious red-meat aficionados will want to check out Jack Binion’s Steak, an updated version of the casino-brand founder’s namesake Binion’s Steakhouse seen in most Horseshoe properties.
“Historically, Binion’s Steakhouse is known for its big portions,” assistant general manager Chris Albrecht explains. Although Jack Binion’s Steak hasn’t announced its menu, Binion’s Steakhouse offerings include gut-busting 21-ounce Porterhouse steaks.
If round-the-clock slot-machine and table-game play isn’t enough to lure you through their doors, Ohio’s casinos have added (or are planning to add) a variety of attractions that will. Culinary delights are just some of the surprises they are serving up. To read more, click here to subscribe. >>