This 75,000 square-foot casino will offer a 24-hour gaming experiences with a section of over 1,100 slot machine games, 41 table games, as well as poker.
Not only will you be able to play many of your favorite casino games, but there will also be more dining and night life options at Tropicana Evansville.
Three new restaurants will be a part of the new facility.
"The Deli" will offer New York-style deli food around the clock, "Tap House" will allow you to enjoy 36 different brews on tap as well as some delicious food, and finally, "421" offers you the chance to enjoy beer, wine, cocktails with a "sophisticated style and high-voltage energy". The current casino will close its doors on Monday, October 16th at a.m.
Along with the closure of "The Boat," Max & Erma's and Hoosier's Lounge will also cease operations.
Casino Aztar opened its doors in December of 1995 in Evansville, Indiana introducing casino-style gaming to the Hoosier state.
Today, Casino Aztar has become one of Evansville’s largest employers with almost 950 team members and has established itself as a leading corporate citizen.
Over the past 17 years, Casino Aztar has invested over $212 million into the development of their Riverfront Park location with many milestone developments: Riverfront Pavilion in 1996; Casino Aztar Hotel in 1996; Aztar Executive Conference Center in 2004; and $40 million Entertainment District featuring the Le Merigot Hotel, Blush Ultralounge and restaurant venues in 2006.
In 2010, Casino Aztar emerged from bankruptcy from former owner Columbia Sussex with a new company -- Tropicana Entertainment, Inc.
At that time, the City of Evansville formed a new relationship with Tropicana Entertainment, Inc.
And ushered in a new era of prosperity for Casino Aztar.
Additional improvements of hundreds of new slot and gaming machines, a pedestrian bridge connecting the boutique Le Merigot hotel directly with the gaming floor and pavilion amenities, and a recent renovation to the Casino Aztar Hotel worth more than $6 million have been highlights of a capital investment plan over the last three years that has totaled over $19.3 million.