Detroit Casinos: Michigan area - Hotels Gambling and Caesars Windsor Casino Ontario Canada
Casino Detroit Magazine in Michigan, is the first Internet-based publication to cover the Detroit casinos, and surrounding areas including Harrah's Caesars Windsor Casino in Ontario Canada (non smoking) and the MGM Grand Detroit Casino & Resort, Greektown Casino, Motor City Casino and Soaring Eagle in Mount Pleasant. We also include listings of the local restaurants and hotels near the casinos. If you plan on traveling to Detroit to gamble, you can book your trip right here. Find a Detroit hotel room and check availability from our hotel list, rent a car or buy airline tickets.
Keeping Up with the Detroit Casino Buffets
If you’re into high quality gourmet food and also like to dabble a bit at the casino machines or tables risking some money for fun or profit (most likely for fun), then our three local casino have that for you. You'll find many palate pleasers before or after you risk your life's saving (just kidding), and some quality entertainment when you've had enough food and gaming. So, it's worth a visit to our local casinos, and you won't regret it if you love good food by some major chefs here in Detroit. Along with some great main dishes, you find homemade bread, fresh sushi, choice meats and a create-your-own dessert station.
MotorCity Casino’s Assembly Line Buffet
MotorCity offers a variety of great foods with main courses that vary daily. On Sunday they feature ribs, braised ox tail, honey glazed ham and barbecued pigs feet. If you want some quality seafood, you’ll want to visit MotorCity on Monday for their seafood buffet featuring Alaskan snow crab, friend shrimp and crab cakes. On Tuesday they feature New York strip steak, Pork T-bone and grilled tuna steak. If you’re into Brazilian beef, then visit MotorCity Casino on Wednesday for dinner. You’ll also find spit roasted whole pig and roasted leg of lamb. New Orleans style food is offered on Thursday dinner including étouffée , crawfish, jambalaya and red beans and rice. On Friday you’ll find barbecue pork ribs, grilled pork chops and red hots. The Saturday dinner menu features Mexican tacos, lamb shawarma and jerked chicken legs. Along with some great main dishes, you find homemade bread, fresh sushi, choice meats and a create-your-own dessert station.
Here’s the current schedule and pricing:
Breakfast (Saturday & Sunday Only)--$13, 8 am to 11 am
Lunch Monday - Friday--$22, 11 am to 3 pm
Lunch Saturday & Sunday--$22, Noon to 4 pm
Dinner Sunday, Tuesday - Thursday--$27, 5 pm to 10 pm
Dinner Friday & Saturday--$27, 5 pm to Midnight
Monday Seafood Buffet--$39, 4 pm to 10 pm
MGM Grand Detroit Casino Buffet
The MGM Grand buffet offers a variety of gourmet dishes, and sides, prepared by Adam Brown, Executive Chef and Lou Garcia, Sous Chef. You’ll dine on all-you-can-east roasted New York Sirloin of beef and crab legs for dinner only, Brugundy short ribs at lunch, blackened salmon caesar, Thai style BBQ ribs, pork carnitas in salsa verde, grilled NY steaks, wild mushrooms and onion confit, oven roasted turkey and much more. Seafood night is on Tuesday. They also have an extensive salad bar and a dessert station with a variety of delicious desserts.
Monday - Friday:
Breakfast, 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Brunch, 9:00am - 4:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday:
Early Bird Brunch, 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Brunch, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Daily, Dinner, 4:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Grand Buffet Prices--Adult
Breakfast (7 am - 9 am). Monday - Friday: $17.99
Weekday Champagne Brunch, Monday - Thursday: $19.99
Weekend Champagne Brunch, Friday - Sunday: $26.99
Weekday Dinner, Sunday - Thursday: $29.99
Weekend Dinner, Friday - Saturday: $36.99
Sorry Greektown Casino patrons, they haven’t had a buffet since their International Buffet in the summer of 2009, but they do offer a number of fine dining and casual venues. And, you can also patronize the quality restaurants in Greektown.
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