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It's a safe bet you will have a good time at Delaware Park. Whether you go to watch a show, have dinner or gamble, you will have a very good time with friends, family or co-workers. I highly recommend... more »
We stopped by on the way home from Jersey. Food at upstairs cafe very good. Too busy to interact with staff. Seedy looking characters, go during the day time! more »
Not a fan, period. I am not a huge fan of gambling anyway, but this place to be is just plain gross. Seems like every unemployed person is there to hit it big. Much rather spend my time in A.C. with a... more »
Fun place to spend time watching the races and playing the games. Live music and dancing at Hops Bar. Food options galore. Special events are always well planned and fun
DO NOT PATRONIZE A RACIST ESTABLISHMENT My wife and I were playing blackjack and watch them throw a black man out who was trying to lodge a complaint about his treatment on the crap table a few feet away. We heard everything he said to the manager, he was not rude but rightfully upset how he was singled out from others, who were allowed to spend money gambling on themselves only when they were the shooter, but the man was told he had to bet $10.00 minimum on every player at the table first before he could play at all. He didn't bring up race. The man kept asking to see such a rule, and or, an explanation as to why no official rule exists in writing that can be verified as a true rule of the game of craps. He was told the individual dealers makes up own rules up as they see fit because there in NO written rule. That's complete nonsense! The Delaware Park floor manager who's white, she responded unprofessionally telling him how much she was not interested in his complaints and the dealer can chose who has to bet every player at the table, and who does not in order to play the game. She was mad at him because he raised this question before by informing State Officials. She said that to him. When he demanded to speak to onsite State Lottery officials to lodge a complaint, she instead called security to arrest him. Everyone took notice and was like WTF? the man had every right to seek clarification from the State or file a complaint and not be surrounded by uniformed guards carted off like he did something wrong causing people to speculate. All we continually heard from the Delaware Park floor manager was "There is no written Delaware Park rules or policy he could read for none exists, and that they can do what they want, and how she was not going to summons the State Official so he could file a complaint against her or her crew on the floor" It was a Saturday and at least 7-10 people was on the crap table. There was 3 tables working and my wife and those nearby saw exactly what the man claimed. Several were shooting without gambling on others prior to shooting. It happened on all the tables. The manager kept trying to ignore him talking about a 2 dice hitting the back wall complaint inquiry he made some months ago against her crew, when he was the only one held to that so-called rule, and was refused to see such a written rule on the grounds none exist. THEY TOLD HIM "YOU CANNOT THROW DICE TOWARDS THE END CORNERS SO THEY ROLL AROUND THE BENDS." WHAT?!!! He latter returned back to the area walking with an Security Manager and a State Official before heading off by himself to a different table. People in front of him were standing at the table without placing bets and were given the dice to shoot. A white man walked right in the game directly in front of the man, and was handed the dice with no prior bet, just walked up to the table and was handed the dice to shoot. Delaware Park managers started demanding he be kicked out claiming he was observing the table and could see what we saw happening supporting everything he said. The man was standing 15 feet away from the table shoulder to shoulder with 3 White men and 2 White women watching the game. He was talking to those next to him and when he motioned towards the white man who just walked up before the dice was given to him, and after they all looked at each other, they had him arrested. The man was correct when he said he does not have to spend money on other throwers first to play, and he was willing to wait till everyone had their chance so what was the problem in that? I hope he takes legal action. I will testify how he was wrongly treated in such a way. No one deserves to be treated at a place the way he was with it's hand out requesting a bail out by my state tax dollars. DELAWARE PARK HAS LOST A PLAYER, REVENUE AND GAINED AN ANTI-LOBBYIST BEFORE THE STATE LEGISLATURE.
It's a great spot to watch a horse race but the casino feels dated. There is a great deli on the second floor however they stop serving beer after a certain time
Casino was dirty. The wait time to get a card was ridiculous and you don't get any comps as a first time visitor. I took my sister there for her birthday and another friend. All 3 of us ended up with influenza. The only common place all 3 had been. Noone in our immediate household has influenza. Won't be back.
Great variety of machines to play...my win ratio is the best here out of all casinos in DE, PA or MD. Staff is friendly and upbeat. They offer free slot play but like others, I have been dropped off for 6 months....food is always good and consistent.. I enjoy the 'on a roll' grill. The pretzels at the bars, deli need help... I got stales ones 2 times. Casino security is always on it and present.
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