Palace Station has made a lot of changes to its bingo room since the beginning of the year and now you don't have to sneak in your own food.
Hungry bingo aficionados can order items such as a chicken pesto sandwich or turkey club hoagie for $8, or a reuben or pepperoni pizza for $9. There are also salads, fruit cups and soft serve, as well as freshly baked pastries such as apple fritters and sticky buns. Coffee lovers can also remain in the room and not miss a bingo ball, with options such as latte, cappuccino and espresso now available for $3.
Of course, complimentary drinks are still available in the bingo room, including certain draft and bottled beers, wine and themed cocktails such as the red dauber, blue dauber or green dauber. Non-alcoholic complimentary beverages include hot tea, regular or decaf coffee, bottled water, soft drinks and hot chocolate.
They have also introduced a new theme night aimed at those in the service industry. It will being at 9 p.m. on the last Sunday of every months. Sin-Day Bingo will feature special cocktails and music. The next two special nights are July 30 and Aug. 27.
The new bingo roomn opened in April. The new room has 350 seats for bingo players, and six recliners in a VIP area, plus five barstools for those who prefer to take their bingo straight up. Palace’s new bingo room is exciting, modern and approachable with state-of-the-art technology scattered throughout the space.
The focal point of the room is a huge bingo stage and projection screen. Modern tables, brightly colored carpet and chandeliers made of red and orange glowing rungs complete the room.
The new room is located off the new casino entrance facing Sahara Avenue.