My recent visit to the Horseshoe was not what I had hoped at all. Much higher expectations. When we first arrived all we wanted to do was park. Casino lot was full even though there were several cars exiting. We turned around and asked the valet attendant where to park. She said follow the signs to the overflow garage. A block and a half away we found the $6 garage. I turned around and thought i would park behind the casino(directly behind), there it cost $5 dollars. First casino I've been to where we had to pay to park.
We proceeded inside. Beautiful. It was nice. We walked around and started gaming. The slots did not seem to have any sort of return. Did not hear that many winning the entire night. Machines were a little confusing too. There was a 1 cent slot that the minimum bet was 40 cents. As the hour went we started to get hungry so we decided to walk around and choose from one of the many restaurants there. The Jimmy Buffets place was too loud for our liking so we moved to the steak place which was way to expensive. Then we looked a burger place that was so crowded. We also went to the Buffet and wow, the line looked like an amusement park ride. The line snaked round and round. All this walking around made us thirsty but guess what, No Complimentary Drinks! What? Every Casino I have ever been to has had free soda and water, not this one.
That was it. We left and headed to Joe's Crab Shack where we enjoyed a wonderful dinner.
Overall, Expensive, pay for parking, no free drinks, pretty. I wont be going back anytime soon.
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