Hollywood Casino to upgrade food and entertainment
March 16, 2010
LAWRENCEBURG – Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg is spending another $12 million
this year to upgrade its steakhouse restaurant and new nightclub.
The new restaurant is named Final Cut Steakhouse and replaces Bogart’s, which
will operate temporarily as a yet unnamed mid-priced restaurant.
Bogart’s will later become a private dining area for special events and groups.
The Final Cut Steakhouse restaurant will open April 3 with seating for up to 200
and a menu by chef Clendon Springer of Covington’s Metropolitan Club and the
Kenwood Country Club. A new bar and lounge, H Bar, will open next door on the
At the same time as the Final Cut Steakhouse opens, the Chart Room sports bar
and Jonathan’s deli will close for renovation. The Chart Room will become a
mid-priced restaurant called Marquee Café, and the deli will become a
coffeehouse, named Hollywood & Grind. They will both open around July 1.
The new Boogie Nights nightclub is two-levels located in the connector to the
casino’s old barge. The décor is brightly colored retro-style furniture, lava
lamps, period movie posters and a glittering disco ball. The club concept was
licensed from Boogie Nights at the Resorts Casino and Hotel in Atlantic City.
General manager Tony Rodio says the new additions are intended to build customer
loyalty and compete with the new casino in downtown Cincinnati which opens in
late 2012. He said “We’re not taking a backseat – we’re positioning the casino
Rodio also said the casino will continue upgrading in 2011. Its plans includes
upgrading the Passport Buffet restaurant next year.
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