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Monarch Casino Black Hawk, Black Hawk
(3.2/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Drive through Black Hawk to Central City to see the Opera house then come back to the casino for the all you can eat buffet. If you join the players club, its free. Crab, lobster, prime rib, shrimp. A...  more »
  • We went here specifiacally for the buffet, it is around $25 and you get 1 lobster tail and unlimited crab legs. Plus all the other fixings that you would normally find in a buffet. The food was good f...  more »
  • We live 6 hours from this casino making it difficult to return within their "offer deadlines". We Visited twice... once in Sept and once in October. We had offers from our Sept visit but they expired ...  more »
  • It was alot of fun! If you get a player card you can win a full buffet that has lobster and crab legs by only spending $20.
  • Monarch has been very generous with their free gifts and I've actually won some money from here. Their slots are mostly new and table games line the main floor middle. The buffet has a free lobster and unlimited crab legs at night.
  • Usually have fun but buffet needs help. I have won $$$ last 5 times I visited. Won $2100. tonight. The Deli has killer hot dogs and the staff is super nice.
  • Small/medium sized casino and the parking structure is small, needs to be bigger, but is usually not full. Games are plentiful, though it can get crowded and too loud on weekends. Some of the cocktail waitresses are rude and the security jerks in the ugly jackets are annoying. Valet staff are mostly nice and the valet service is open til midnight. No hotel, but there are places to eat. The buffet is usually pretty good and a little cheaper than other buffets. Then, depending on who is working, the restaurant downstairs is pretty tasty, though the menu is small. Points for rewards card are ok, coupons are not great and seems like when I use the card I don't win as much as when I don't. And finally, dealing with the hosting staff and getting info about your point status is a real pain. When they get the rewards program/customer information online, it will be quite an improvement.
  • Been wanting to eat here for two years. Went for the seafood buffet. Lobster tail was ok, Crablegs were over cooked. Cheapest seafood near Denver not fresh.. Great desserts, and variety of food, from Mexican to Chinese to Vietnamese Pho. Clean place, fast and friendly service.