Seminole Casino in Southwest Florida Offers a Touch of Vegas Nightlife

Seminole Casino Immokalee, Florida

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Although millions of people flock to Las Vegas every year to enjoy gambling, top shows, and international dining, Southwest Florida has its own Seminole Casino Hotel in Immokalee. Easy to reach from Fort Myers and Naples, it offers a comprehensive entertainment experience. As its name suggests, the casino is run by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

Card Games at the Seminole Casino Hotel

Gambling is a major part of the fun on offer at the Seminole Casino with a bevy of gorgeous Zig Zag Girls to act as blackjack dealers and hostesses.

Seminole Casino ZigZag Girls

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You can play your favorite card game or perhaps try your luck at something new. Table games include Blackjack, Mini Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, and more unusual games such as Pai Gow, Let It Ride, Blackjack Switch, Mississippi Stud and Spanish 21.

Altogether there are 34 live tables so there’s plenty of room to join the fun if you are over the age of 21. For a more intimate setting, be sure to check out the Paradise High Limit room. The Paradise High Limit room offers complimentary cocktails and passed hors-d’oeurves while you play with games such as hand shuffled Blackjack, blackjack pitch, and midi baccarat.

ZigZag Girl deals blackjack at Seminole Casino Immokalee

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Sign up for a Seminole Wild Card, for free, and earn comp dollars at any Seminole Casino in Florida. It opens the door to exclusive member’s only events, offers on hotel rooms and concert tickets, complimentary meals and valuable product giveaways. Your comp dollars can be redeemed for free drinks, concert tickets, meals, and hotel stays – a nice thank you for your loyalty from the casino management.

Couple playing slot machine at Seminole Casino Immakolee, Florida

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As well as plenty of gaming tables and more than 1300 of the latest slots.

Couple playing slot machine at Seminole Casino Immakolee, Florida

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The Seminole Casino Hotel is an excellent entertainment center with a packed calendar of events. Events include car shows, top comedians, concerts, fireworks and poker tournaments that are rarely found outside Orlando.

Dining Out at the Seminole Casino Hotel

There’s a wide choice of dining options at the Seminole Casino at Immokalee, from the Lucky Mi, which pays tribute to a multitude of Asian cultures through the flavor profiles of its various Eastern cuisines, to the Ee-To-Leet-Ke Grill. If you want a delicious Rueben, panini, or homemade soup, the 1st Street Deli offers a New York style deli menu.

Couple dines at one of the restaurants at the Seminole Casino in Immokalee, Florida

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For something sweet and tasty, Cappuccino’s Coffee and Pastry Bar has a range of drinks including espresso, cappuccino and Kona coffee. An apple turnover or freshly made Otis Spunkmeyer cookies are the perfect accompaniment to a hot or cold drink.

For fine dining, or to celebrate that lucky win in the casino, the Ee-To-Leet-Ke Grill offers top dining including steak and seafood, soups, salads, pizza, escargot, shrimp cocktails, tacos, fajitas and turkey dinner platters with all the trimmings.  The restaurant opens at 24/7 serving full American breakfasts and more, so it’s worth arriving hungry. If you’re planning a special party, wedding or bar/bat mitzvah, where better than the Seminole Casino, with its great reputation for catering and banquets in their special Event Pavilion.

Next time you’re looking for a great night out, check out what’s on at the Seminole Casino Hotel in Immokalee. You may be surprised at what’s happening in this top southwest Florida casino.

ZigZag Bar and Lounge at Seminole Casino Immokalee, Florida

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Nita Ettinger is the co-publisher for Siesta Publications and the Editor in Chief for Must Do Visitor Guides. Must Do Visitor Guides provides Southwest Florida visitor information through printed publications and the website MustDo.com. Must Do Visitor Guides are published bi-annually and are available at no cost in Sarasota, Lee, and Collier County chambers of commerce, visitor information centers, select Southwest Florida hotels, and wherever free publications are found.

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