An evening at the Casino de Montréal

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© Société des Casinos du Québec - Pavillon 67, buffet gourmand© Société des Casinos du Québec - Ajia, comptoir asiatique© Société des Casinos du Québec - Le Montréal
 
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April 25, 2014 — The Casino de Montréal is betting on your good time, and when it comes to that, the odds are stacked in their favour. For their all-encompassing, 4-year, $305 million makeover, the Casino de Montréal got everything in spades.
 

Entertainment

The Casino’s gaming and entertainment areas were completely renovated. Located in the very centre of the Casino is a 21-metre tall, 48-screen multimedia installation displaying original video content courtesy of Montréal-based light and sound magicians Moment Factory. It’s an immersive sensory experience like no other, and is representative of the meticulous attention to ambiance throughout. The new Casino de Montréal experience puts an emphasis on live entertainment (jazz, wine tastings, swing dancing) and special performance-based events.
 

Drinks

Three new bars on three separate floors, as well as a completely renovated Poker bar showing card tournaments and major sporting events on several screens will lure those seeking some libation-based relaxation.
 

Dining

For an appetizing meal, look no further than the Casino’s new dining areas: four different styles, four different atmospheres. The à la carte restaurant Le Montréal offers reinvented classic cuisine, as well as an amazing, river-front view of the city skyline. The Pavillon 67 features a gourmet buffet while AJIA boasts a range of flavourful Asian dishes prepared before your eyes. And for those on the go, the L’Instant Deli & Pasta counter offers quality quickly.