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Casinos in New York

 Our current list of casinos in New York.

 Interesting facts about New York: Did you know that according to some anti-gambling activists in New York, allowing legal casinos would be against the state constitution, which prohibits commercial gambling with some exceptions?

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 Below are the casinos we have for the state. To get directions to any casino from anywhere, we recommend you visit MapQuest and enter the address.


Casinos in New York (NY)
Akwesasne Mohawk Casino
Address: 873 State Route 37
City: Hogansburg
Phone: (518) 358-2222
Player Reviews: 1
From David: I have gone here since they opened. There is a variety of traditional slots with pull arm, video slots, and an assortment of table games. They are always adding new lots and currently expanding the facility. Staff is friendly, and sufficient to kelp without a lot of waiting. Drinks range from free to two dollars. Relatively small, and can get over crowded on days like New Years Eve.
Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel
Address: 310 Fourth Street
City: Niagara Falls
Phone: (716) 299-1100
Player Reviews: 1
From Darlene: This is my favorite of all the casinos I have gone to, hundreds of slot machines, a non smoking area with slots and table games $5 blackjack/24 hours, great food and staff is awesome.
Seneca Allegany Casino
Address: 777 Seneca Allegany Boulevard
City: Salamanca
Phone: (716) 945-3200
Player Reviews: 0
Turning Stone Resort & Casino
Address: 5218 Patrick Road
City: Verona
Phone: (315) 361-7711
Player Reviews: 2
From Bob: There are no "real" slots here only the VTL type and no cash is used at all. All bets are placed and claimed threw a players club card inserted in the machine itself.
New York law does not allow "real" slots however the western New York casinos have them so go figure. Also there is no alcohol served in the whole place which means the gambling age is only 18. If your looking for a "real" casino in New York keep going west.

From Sonja: Live close to Turning stone and have gone there several times over the last ten years. The slots VLTs are the tightest I have played. Have been to Vegas, Atlantic City, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun. Food is good, atmosphere ok, if you go there, go for the entertainment, and gamble only for entertainment if you want to leave happy.

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