Best Casino: Four Winds New Buffalo

2014-05-16T00:00:00Z 2014-05-16T14:14:25Z Best Casino: Four Winds New Buffalo
May 16, 2014 12:00 am

11111 Wilson Rd

New Buffalo, Mich.


Four Winds New Buffalo features a breathtaking interior with vaulted ceilings in the beautiful rotunda and stone fireplaces on each side, but the real breathtaking experience comes with the thrill of gaming. Four Winds New Buffalo offers 3,000 of the most sought-after slots—everything from penny slots to $100. This gorgeous casino also offers wide area of progressive games like Wheel of Fortune with a starting jackpot of $500,000. For those who like to play it to the max, Four Winds New Buffalo offers a specially-designed high limit slot area for optimum exhilaration. Gamers who prefer to take on the tables and find the action they crave with more than 60 of their favorite table games, and a few surprises as well,. These tables include Blackjack, Craps, Baccarat, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker, and Three Card Poker.

In between play, or to celebrate the big win, Four Winds New Buffalo also offers four different destination restaurants including Southwest Michigan’s only Hard Rock Cafe, Copper Rock Steakhouse with a world-class menu featuring more than 450 wines and 42-day dry-aged steaks, The Buffet with award-winning cuisine from around the world including fresh seafood on select nights, and Timbers Fast Food & Deli,. Four Winds New Buffalo also brings some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment. Silver Creek Event Center, a multi-purpose event center, is home to headliner entertainment like Rod Stewart, B.B. King, and Sheryl Crow and it is also available for group events. Entertainment is rocking at Hard Rock Cafe Four Winds as well as Four Winds’ four bars including Martini Bar, Sports Bar, Hard Rock Cafe Bar, and the bar in Copper Rock Steakhouse.


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