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state-of-the-art race book, an immense
bingo parlor, the first official World Poker
Tour room (with 114 poker tables and
scheduled tournaments every day), and
annual competitions such as the World
Poker Finals and the New England
Not everyone comes to Foxwoods to
gamble, though. Last summer, the resort
opened Lake of Isles, two 36-hole golf
courses designed by Rees Jones. Named
“Top Newcomer” in the 2007 Zagat golf
survey, it garnered 29 out of 30 points, tying as the third-highest-rated golf course
in the country. Indoors, Foxwoods houses
a 25,000-square-foot spa, a mall and
several performance venues—including
Club BB (as in blues legend BB King), the
nation’s largest Hard Rock Café and theaters for big-name shows.
Perhaps the biggest attraction, however, is for the palate. The Four-Diamond
Paragon atop the Grand Pequot Tower
is the resort’s fanciest restaurant and the
highest-rated dining venue in the region.
Culinary choices run the gamut from
casual fast food at a branch of New York
City’s Carnegie Deli to dim sum, aged
steaks and upscale Italian, plus that casino staple—the all-you-can-eat buffet.
There isn’t a type of cuisine you can’t find
here, and many outlets never close, making Foxwoods a contender for the title of
“city that never sleeps.”
If Las Vegas created destination casinos, then Foxwoods is the casino that
turned itself into a megalopolis—one
that lives and breathes and creates excitement no matter what the time or day.
This self-contained destination has all
the offerings of an urban center, with a
slew of choices for lodging, dining, recreation and entertainment. Next spring,
Foxwoods takes another step in its
maturation when a new casino, hotel and
conference complex opens, connected
to the existing resort by an enclosed skyway. MGM Grand at Fox woods brings
Sin City yet another step closer with this
spinoff from Nevada’s top casino hotel
operator, MGM Mirage Resorts. It will
be among the biggest expansions yet,
but if the resort’s colorful history is any
indication, it won’t be the last.