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Baccarat Palace Built in Atlantic City by Bally's Casino

The Bally's Casino in Atlantic City will be launching their brand new Asian table gaming pit, the Baccarat Palace, on March 24, 2007.

At the Baccarat Palace, Bally's customers can play Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Tiles and Pai Gow Poker. The architecture and the design of the newly opened establishment features a wrought iron with beautiful gold leaves and delicate lacquering. The entire gaming area is designed after traditional architecture of China with an influence of western style.

In addition to the Baccarat Palace, Bally's built a Noodle Village, a restaurant that serves Chinese and Vietnamese "comfort foods" like Pho Beef Noodles, Congee, Dumplings and different specialty drinks, like Vietnamese Coffee, Pennywort Juice and Tsing Tao Beer.

Ricky Hoang, Executive Director of Asian Marketing at Bally's, said that their main goal is to provide their Asian patrons with the things they enjoy so that they can make the most of their gaming experience and stay at Bally's. To commemorate their opening, Hoang has organized a Chinese and Vietnamese artist's concert on March 24, 2007.

Hoang added that they place great emphasis on their Asian patrons, which have been frequent customers of Bally's. The money that they have invested in building the Baccarat Palace and the Noodle Village is only a small token of their appreciation of their Asian customers.

They are also aiming to give their customers the best environment for playing and relaxing, according to Ken Condon, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Bally's.


Monday, April 02, 2007
Danny McCain

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