North Star Mohican Casino opens expansion
January 26, 2009
BOWLER, WI - The North Star Mohican Casino in Bowler has opened the first phase
of its $100 million expansion with the introduction of 66,000 square feet of
additional gaming area. It features 1,225 slot machines and 14 table games.
There are two new restaurants. The Longhouse restaurant is open for lunch and
dinner, and the Aroma Cafe is always open during casino hours.
At the center of the new gaming area is a 54-seat center bar located beneath a
large skylight. A second bar, The Groove lounge, is a place to relax and take in
musical acts that will perform Friday and Saturday nights
"We're trying to give a little sense of Las Vegas in the Northwoods," said Molly
Miller, marketing manager for the casino. "We'll have great entertainment; it's
not just gambling. When we get that done, it will be a huge, huge event. The old
building was add-on after add-on."
The second phase of expansion is scheduled for completion in 2010. It will
include a 150-room hotel, a 13,000-square-foot convention center, a steakhouse
and a luxury spa.
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