Miami Valley Gaming, the new Warren County racino, announced today, its four new restaurants and two bars.
The restaurants are:
Cin City Sea & Steak will be a fine-dining restaurant offering steak and seafood. The racino says the restaurant "will pair Cincinnati influences with a modern take on 1940s décor." It will seat 97 with 10 seats available for private dining.
Trifecta Eatery will offer casual fair focusing on fresh burgers, New York-style pizza from a brick oven, Cincinnati-style chili and other types of chili.
Acres Seasonal Buffet will have seven stations offering food ranging from homestyle to Asian.
MV Perks, a coffee shop, will serve coffee, pastries, shakes, smoothies and other choices.
The two bars are:
1803 Bar gets its name from the year Ohio became a state. The racino says the bar "will feature both traditional and dining seating and a game of Ohio-specific trivia."
Center Bar will serve cocktails, spirits, wines, craft brews and other beers.
The racino is being built at Ohio 63 and Union Road in Warren County's Turtlecreek Township at the Monroe exit off Interstate 75.
It will have a 5/8-mile harness racing track seating more than 1,000 fans. The gaming facility will have 1,600 video lottery terminals.
The racino is expected to open Dec. 12. It will replace the Lebanon Raceway at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Lebanon.
Miami Valley Gaming is a joint venture between Buffalo, N.Y.-based Delaware North Cos. Gaming & Entertainment and Louisville-based Churchill Downs Inc.