Not All Land Based Casinos Are Created EqualPublished March 28, 2005 by OCR Editor
The majority of people that visit land based casinos are there to gamble. They are there in order to play their favorite games and participate in the excitement and the fun of wagering. But there are other reasons why people visit casinos. Las Vegas is th
Last month the Windsor opened a new poker room with the aim of attracting poker lovers. The new poker room features popular games like Texas Hold'em, Omaha and seven-card stud. In total, there are 10 tables in the room and it has its own cashier cage and cocktail service. With the booming popularity of poker at both the online casino and the land based venue it's no wonder they decided to open an exclusive, smoke-free poker room. Poker awareness has been further boosted by all the media coverage of the game which includes celebrity poker games and live poker tournament coverage.
In addition to the new poker room, the Windsor opened a new dining facility as well, simple called Cache. It is an exclusive dining area that is not accesses able to the entire public. It is only open on a limited basis to the public. Located on the lower level of the Canadian Club Salon with a magnificent view of the river and the Detroit skyline, it is exclusively geared for the casino's high roller players. There is room for up to 115 people at Cache. Guests will enjoy the wood paneling and plush leather seating.
The Windsor spared no expenses in hiring top Chef Deron Lepore who offers his famous dish known as the "Symphony of Seafood," which combines sea scallops, lobster tail, blue crab and prawns, for a feast of the taste buds. Look out for excellent quality land based casinos that feature more than just your favorite games.