FireKeepers Casino has recently unveiled a pair of new features to its casino floor.
The casino located in Battle Creek now features a new mini baccarat gaming area, which coincides with the opening up Fortune 8 Noodle Bar.
This project began on May 8 and was completed late last month.
Fortune 8 Noodle Bar offers Asian cuisine
Located inside FireKeepers Casino, the Fortune 8 Noodle Bar spans approximately 900 square feet and offers seating for 25-30 people.
Low seating and bar-height seating is offered with a communal table located in the center to create an inviting and friendly ambiance.
Fortune 8 is the latest grab-and-go dining option at FireKeepers for those looking to stay in the gaming action while needing a bite to eat.
Fortune 8 will be a great spot for noodle enthusiasts and lovers of Asian cuisine. It offers a wide variety of rice bowls, stir-fried noodles and noodle soup bowls.
The hours of operation for Fortune 8 Noodle Bar will be Thursday-Sunday from 6 p.m.-1 a.m. It will be closed Monday-Wednesday.
Red Hot Rewards Club members will receive a discount at Fortune 8. Depending on the level of membership, you can receive anywhere from 10-25% off your order.
Baccarat room features seven tables
Complimenting the new Fortune 8 Noodle Bar is a dedicated baccarat gaming area adjacent to the dining area.
The baccarat gaming area will encompass 2,200 square feet of the floor.
Gamers will find seven mini baccarat tables, which caters to the growing popularity of the game.
You will also find a 40-foot dragon mural as part of the gaming area.
“The Fortune 8 Noodle Bar and Mini Baccarat gaming area are exciting additions to our casino, offering our valued guests a dynamic fusion of cuisine and gaming entertainment,” Jim Wise, Vice President of Marketing at FireKeepers Casino said in a statement. “We are thrilled to see our guests enjoying the unique experience we’ve crafted.”
This baccarat room is the latest addition to an expansive casino floor at FireKeepers. The Battle Creek casino now features 2,900 slot machines, 63 table games and a 26-table live poker room.
FireKeepers ranks fifth among Michigan’s retail casinos in terms of overall gaming floor space, sitting at 107,000 square feet.