Our family of 6 has this on the list for a nice dinner out. What is typical dress? Would we be out of place in dress casual? Are reservations accepted? Being in the hospitality industry I always like to call ahead incase of furniture arrangements need to be made.
Thank you all for your replies. Just to touch on it a bit, our family of 6 is all 21+,we brought our daughters and their boyfriends to celebrate their 21st birthdays for a week.( I was a young mom.)We did try to dine at Rainbow Club unfortunately that Friday @ 11am, they had a 45-60 min wait. We back tracked and went to the buffet at Fiesta and had 99* margaritas. Although very cheap,we were very disappointed that we were to hungry to wait. For $42 the Fiesta was very good, for $1 the Orleans was far better.
No one we saw was dressed up. I think there is separate entrance when you have kids with you that avoids the casino - maybe you can call to find where that is and ask about reservations. The prime rib nights are very popular with local families. We thought it a great find!
James is giving you the best suggestion. The casinos are about two miles apart and the Fiesta is the better of the two.
I can't answer about reservations as we usually go early to beat the crowds. This is a totally casual café type place to eat. People are in shorts, capris', T-shirts etc. Also there are several areas In this place that can accommodate large parties where they have table inserts to make two smaller tables large and a few corner booths. Great family place.
I really couldn't recommend this for "a nice dinner out". It's a small, mainly locals casino with more of a coffee shop atmosphere. Definitely casual, no reses. A better choice might be the Fiesta Casino which has 3 restaurants and a buffet, Emery's, an Italian place just about 3 blocks up Water St from the Rainbow, or even Mary's diner- a 50's themed diner next door to the Rainbow in the Eldorado casino. All are casual.
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