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GOODBYE GRAND PRIX, HELLO HORSESHOE

Sep 4, 2014
photo credit: Horseshoe Baltimore

photo credit: Horseshoe Baltimore

As the summer winds down and we get back into our normal routines, Charm City has experienced a couple of important changes to its entertainment offerings. In addition to the excitement around the Orioles playoff hopes and the start of the Ravens football season, Baltimore has tabled its one-time Labor Day Weekend Grand Prix Event and opted for a Vegas-style casino called The Horseshoe

photo credit: Guy Fieri's Baltimore Kitchen & Bar

photo credit: Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen & Bar Facebook Page

With its official opening on August 26th, The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, a Caesars Entertainment property, boasts 2500 slot machines, a WSOP Poker Room, a Guy Fieri inspired restaurant and signature desserts from Ace of Cakes at the Casino’s premier steakhouse, Jack Binion’s

In addition, The Horseshoe offers four bars to give casino patrons a variety of options to quench their thirst. With a tavern theme, B’More Beers will feature a rotating bevy of local craft beers, including Heavy Seas, Union Craft, Flying Dog and others. Although the Horseshoe has no actual hotel rooms onsite, it does partner with local hotels and even offers free shuttle service to and from the Sheraton Inner Harbor and   Hyatt Regency Baltimore.

And remember, if you are looking for a place to spend your winnings, Samuelson’s Diamonds is only a short ride from Russell Street. We have a great selection of diamond studs, tennis bracelets and of course engagement rings and wedding bands at wholesale prices. Just remember to gamble within your limits and stay safe. 

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