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Indiana Grand Racing & Casino, Shelbyville

(3.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino, the closest casino to Indianapolis, is a Las Vegas-style gaming establishment that offers non-stop gaming action, fantastic food and a wide array of entertainment options all under one roof. The 233,000-square-foot facility features 2,000 high-tech slot machines and electronic table games including Blackjack, Roulette and Craps. The state-of-the-art Poker Room offers the best in Texas Hold’em.
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  • Had great time,need more black jack tables,or machines The place was pretty busy and hopping tho it could use more waitresses could not hardly find one and when you did get to sit down not a one was i...  more »
  • The machines do pay often and tbe restaurants are top notch. And, if the horse racing is in season, it's the frosting on the cake! Well worth a visit or two.  more »
  • So glad it was a rainy Monday when we planned to take off work and have a girls day at the Casino! First machine I sat down at, I played to $67! Very exciting! Cashed out and moved on! Ate lunch at th...  more »
  • We love watching live horse racing and after moving to Indy were afraid we would be too far from a good track. But that's not the case. The track at Indiana Grand is very nice. We wish that they offered better outdoor seating (they just have picnic tables, no stands or elevated seating outside - we were spoiled by living closer to the Arlington track near Chicago). The indoor seating is nice and usually not too crowded, but some of the view is obstructed through the windows. The food options are good. Less expensive fast food is available downstairs, and some very nice table service dining is available upstairs at tables with a good view of the track.
  • Clean inviting atmosphere. Large variety of games; slots, table games, electronic table games and an exceptionally inviting poker room. They also have the standard high stakes gaming area and a non-smoking slots area. I have only eaten at the little cafe but the food was reasonably priced and pretty good for what it is. The staff is helpful and always around of you need them.
  • We visit about once a week mostly because it's so close to Indianapolis. It's a 45-minute drive for us from the west side. It's a great place to blow money. The perks are pretty lame in my opinion at least compared to some of the other Casino that we have visited. The buffet must be good because so many people go. We have been there and we didn't care for it. The Sidewalk Cafe is a good place for a quick bite. There are a couple of other restaurants in the casino one of them being too pricey for our tastes. Indiana Grand does have live entertainment but there's no place to sit and enjoy it except at a slot machine.
  • The staff at this place were all nice enough. But very limited number of them. We stood in line for over 40 min to get a gambling card. I was there for a corporate event and they had an buffet just for the event. The food was good. Over all a nice place.
  • Remodeled sine last time we went, had some newer slots sprinkled in. Large Casino but very limited on new slots mostly older ones. If you don't visit often no real benefit to rewards card, the offers you get in the mail won't entice you to visit again. In the middle of nowhere and no hotel attached to it. Game play value is hit or miss, nothing in between. Northern Indiana casinos much better.