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AMERIS­TAR CASINO RE­SORT SPA— St. Charles casino fea­tures the lat­est, most pop­u­lar games, a wide va­ri­ety of fine and ca­sual din­ing, live mu­sic venues, ho­tel, spa and pool in a 130,000-sq.-ft. fa­cil­ity with a dis­tinc­tive Vic­to­rian look. Open daily. www.ameris­ 1 Ameris­tar Blvd., 866.MORE.FUN. Map 3-2A

CASINO QUEEN HO­TEL & CASINO— Lo­cated di­rectly across the Mis­sis­sippi River from the Gate­way Arch, the casino was named home to the “Loos­est Slots in the Coun­try.” Gam­ing from 8am- 6am daily. www. casi­no­ From Mis­souri, cross the Po­plar St. Bridge (I- 64) and take far right lane of I-55 to the 4th St. exit. Turn left on River Park Dr. From Illi­nois, take the Third St. exit from the in­ter­state, turn right on River Park Dr., 800.777.0777. MetroLink-East River­front Map 4-3J

HOL­LY­WOOD CASINO— 120,000 sq. ft. of gam­ing ac­tion, in­clud­ing 2,100 slots and a poker room. Lots of din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment op­tions, from Fi­nal Cut steakhouse and an out­post of the fa­mous Char­lie Gitto’s (Ital­ian res­tau­rant from The Hill neigh­bor­hood) to Phat Tai noo­dle bar. Gam­ing 24/7. Ad­mis­sion is free. www.hol­ly­wood­casi­nos­t­ I-70 to Earth City Ex­pwy south, right on Casino Cen­ter Dr., 855.STL.GAME. Map 5-3A

LUMIÈRE PLACE CASINO— Trop­i­cana En­ter­tain­ment’s casino just north of Laclede’s Land­ing in the Lumière Place en­ter­tain­ment dis­trict fea­tures 75,000 sq. ft. of gam­ing ac­tion, 1,700 slot ma­chines and more than 60 table games, in­clud­ing a ded­i­cated 13-table poker room. Great din­ing and shop­ping op­tions, in­clud­ing Ozzie’s Sports Bar & Grill and The Wok. Open 8am W- 6am W. Ad­mis­sion is free.­miere­ 999 N. 2nd St., 314.881.7777. MetroLink Laclede’s Land­ing Map 2-1F

RIVER CITY CASINO— St. Louis’ new­est casino fea­tures 90,000 sq. ft. of gam­ing ac­tion, head­liner con­certs, 5 unique restau­rants, and thou­sands of the best games. Open daily. 777 River City Casino Blvd. in south St. Louis County, 888.578.7289. Map 3-8F

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