Sep 19, are there any a. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Rivers Casino also recommends. The view was absolutely gorg! The buffet at The Rivers is very, very good and worth the money if you can afford it. With so many options at your fingertips, you'll have …. I was shocked that a casino expected people to pay for drinks while they were actively gambling.
Played video poker at the bar and was never offerred a free drink. Paid for all my beers. Maybe that is just the rule in this casino, no free drinks. The machines did not seem to payback at all. Not a bad way to spend a night in Pittsburgh. I believe they have music on certain days.
This looks to be quite a nice casino, though I am not much of a gambler - I primarily went to eat at the buffet and, between the crab legs and the desert assortment, I was not disappointed. Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.
Review of Rivers Casino. Ranked 65 of things to do in Pittsburgh. Attraction details Recommended length of visit: Whether it's the roll of the dice or the rolling into Andrew's for a new dish, you know you wanna get your hands on all of this.
With so many options at your fingertips, you'll have one place to explore night after night. This is Pittsburgh's most engaging destination. Come see the spectacular Rivers Casino and get your hands on the slots, on the tables, in the bars, or in the 5 different restaurants.
Must be 21 or older to be on property. Reviewed July 22, No Free Drinks and No Payouts. Ask Sas about Rivers Casino. Write a Review Reviews Show reviews that mention. All reviews " table games ".
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Ask Michael K about Rivers Casino. Reviewed July 10, Nice atmosphere but no free drinks and no paybacks. Ask carmen m about Rivers Casino. Reviewed July 9, Ask janelleh about Rivers Casino. The machines seem to pay off better and they apparently have name acts that come in on the weekends.
The buffet at The Rivers is very, very good and worth the money if you can afford it. Originally Posted by ferrarisnowday. For anyone who has been there- how strong is the smoke smell outside of the smoking section?
The smell of smoke affects me quite a bit for health reasons. At the casino in the Poconos, the gaming floor was divided but you could still smell it quite strongly in the nonsmoking section.
Unless you are with in 10 or 15 feet of the smoking section I don't think you will smell it all. I was there with someone who has a lung condition and she was completely fine. On the other hand, it can be hard to know where the smoking section is exactly. Down the main walkways they have signs saying you're entering it, but if you come in through a side aisle or something you may not notice it. Originally Posted by Johnny C. This is true - Once they get this license, their hands are tied for giving complimentary booze to gamblers.
Vegas does not have the same strange rules on alcohol as PA, so they are not limited in this regard and can select who they sell booze to and who they give away free booze to.
Originally Posted by LindaJ I would like to speak up about some of the information being posted here regarding free alcoholic beverages in PA casinos. Because of the high tax bracket in PA on slots revenue 6 times the rate AC pays back to NJ , it is not a viable business practice, at this point, for most casinos in PA.
Most casinos in PA will only offer complimentary alcoholic beverages to upper level players. What PA gaming law does also state is that if a guest is NOT engaged in a gaming activity at the casino i. For instance, in the casino in which I am employed, high level players frequenting the VIP lounge cannot be given complimentary alcoholic beverages when they are there, because it is off of the gaming floor.
They must pay while in the lounge, although that charge is a reduced price. PLCB is very strict with the casinos, and are onsite a lot, enforcing that every drop of alcohol is accounted for. I hope this clears up some of the questions some of you may have had.
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