Casino de Montréal
Casino de Montréal Review
You have to be at least 18 to visit Montréal's government-owned casino, but you don't have to be a gambler. You can come for the bilingual cabaret theater or to sip a martini in the Cheval bar or to dine in Nuances, where the prices are almost as spectacular as the views of the city across the river. You can even come just to look at the architecture—the main building was the French pavilion at Expo '67. But if you do want to risk the family fortune, there are more than 3,200 slot machines, a keno lounge, a high-stakes gaming area, and 120 tables for playing blackjack, baccarat, roulette, craps, and various types of poker.
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