10,500 Sq. Ft. Outdoor Gaming Terrace Under Construction at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

| May 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is constructing a $15-million, 10,500 sq. ft. outdoor outdoor gaming space called The Terrace. It will connect to the second floor of the casino and span over the porte cochere in between the parking garage and the casino building.

The Terrace will have 174 slot machines, 16 live table games, 15 video poker machines, and a patio bar. It will have a roof and be open-air on the north end. There will also be smaller openings on the south end of the space. It will have fans and heaters to allow it to stay open year-round.

The current decks at Horseshoe Casino will remain open to continue to accommodate the casino’s smoking guests, but all outdoor gaming offerings will move to The Terrace. Smoking will be allowed on The Terrace.

“The Terrace will be the market’s premier outdoor gaming experience,” said Caesars Regional President and Horseshoe Baltimore General Manager Erin Chamberlin in a press release. “This climate-controlled space will host some of our newest slots and many of our most popular tables games in a one-of-a-kind setting. The Terrace will be the perfect place to gather with friends to enjoy your favorite games or socialize over a signature cocktail at open-air bar.”

“We’re committed to an ongoing investment in Horseshoe Baltimore to ensure we always offer our guests the most dynamic entertainment experience possible,” Chamberlin added. “Combined with other innovative attractions such as our Topgolf Swing Suites, which aren’t available anywhere else in Maryland, we are continuing to differentiate ourselves from our competitors and respond to customer demand for an increasingly diverse array of amenities.”

Construction on The Terrace began about a month ago. It is expected to open in October or November.

Horseshoe Casino also recently added new walkways so that guests under 21 can visit GDL Italian by Giada and Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen + Bar.

Looking north from the skywalk 

Renderings courtesy of Horseshoe Casino Baltimore 

New walkways to GDL Italian by Giada and Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen + Bar

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