Casino Niagara

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Casino Niagara
Casino niagara logo.jpg
Location Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
Address 5705 Falls Avenue
Niagara Falls, ON
L2E 6T3
Opening date December 9, 1996
Theme Niagara Falls
Total gaming space 95,000 sq ft (8,800 m2)
Permanent shows Yuk Yuk's
Notable restaurants The Market Buffet
Quench Bar
Perks Café
Casino type Land-Based
Owner Ontario Lottery and Gaming
Coordinates 43°05′33″N 79°04′14″W / 43.092403°N 79.07066°W / 43.092403; -79.07066Coordinates: 43°05′33″N 79°04′14″W / 43.092403°N 79.07066°W / 43.092403; -79.07066

Casino Niagara is a commercial casino located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. It opened in 1996, on the site of the former Maple Leaf Village amusement park. With a prime location beside Clifton Hill, it has remained open as a permanent facility. It is the first Casino in Ontario to feature electronic Roulette. Casino Niagara has over 1,500 slots and over 40 table games, as well as sports betting.

According to the Drummond Report (created by Chairman of the Commission of the Reform of Ontario's Public Services Don Drummond), Casino Niagara could be closed sometime before the year 2025 if the recommendations from the report are accepted by the McGuinty government.[1]

Ownership and Management[edit]

The Casino is publicly owned by the Crown agency, Ontario Lottery and Gaming. The casino's operations are handled by a five partner consortium Falls Management Group LP of Toronto.

Facts and Figures[edit]

  • Casino floor size: 95,000 ft² (9,000 m²)
  • Slot machines: 1500
  • Slot tournament area
  • Table games: more than 40
  • Poker room tables: 12[2]
  • Restaurants: 4 (Lucky's Steakhouse, The Market Buffet, Perks Cafe, Quench Bar)[3]
  • Bars: Corona, Quench, Chills

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