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This classy-looking emporium has by far the best locations, in the heart of Greektown. The casino is 90 percent owned by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, who own five other casinos in northern Michigan. A glowing Olympic-style torch and beautifully painted murals mark the entrance to the three-story Mediterranean-style Greektown Casino. Inside are 3800 slot machines and 180 table games over 75,000 square feet (6967 square meters). Child care, free valet parking and a cinema are available, as well as nightly entertainment at the Rock Bar and Lounge. The Prism, which specializes in steaks and seafood, and the Bistro 555, an American restaurant, are also on site.
Looking to bring the allure of Las Vegas to the Motor City, the MGM Grand brings their quality gaming tables and machines to downtown Detroit. This casino doesn't hedge its bets, featuring over 4500 slot and video poker machines, 90 gaming tables, and a premier poker room to satisfy those with the Hold 'Em fever. Situated on the ground floor of the MGM Grand Detroit hotel, the casino is surrounded by great restaurants and shops to spend your winnings in. What happens in Vegas now happens in Detroit.
Have you visited a gambling palace? If not, then MotorCity Casino is the place to be. With over 68,000 square feet (6,317.406 square meters) of slot machines, video poker and gaming tables, you're sure to have a lot of fun. You can also enjoy the best buffet in town at MotorCity or try the Grand River Deli for a quick sandwich and dessert. For some home style barbecue and chicken there is MotorCity Pit stop. Great gambling and amazing food makes the perfect place to visit.