Food & Drink International - Winter 2017, Volume 2 - 110
JACK Entertainment LLC
all three properties were operated by
Caesars Entertainment and formerly
used the Horseshoe brand.
The Ohio properties opened between
2012 and 2013. The company acquired
full ownership of Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit in 2013. The property, which initially opened in 2000, will
complete its rebranding to JACK Detroit Casino-Hotel in May 2018.
In addition to its JACK-branded properties, the company owns and operates
Turfway Park, a racetrack in Florence,
Ky.; and retains a minority interest in
Caesars' Horseshoe Baltimore casino.
>> The JACK Cincinnati Casino (above) features the Prism steakhouse. The company wants its properties to result in redevelopment and positive changes for the cities in which they are located. It continually works to refresh its concepts and better
serve customers, such as through the introduction of new amenities. JACK Entertainment's GT Connect technology and
mobile app serves as a virtual players card that allows guests to earn awards, manage comps and charge their phones.
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JACK Entertainment's vast portfolio
includes more than 13,000 gaming positions, approximately 400,000 square
feet of gaming space, 400 hotel rooms,
26 bars and 22 restaurants.
Each of its JACK-branded properties
include multiple food and beverage
venues ranging from quick service to
casual dining to fine dining offerings.
The newest additions include Nonna
Pazza, a rustic Italian concept serving made-to-order pasta dishes and
artisan flatbread pizzas; and Stack'd,
which serves hot sandwiches, tacos,
burgers and all-day breakfast options.
Both opened in August at JACK Cleveland Casino.
The Nonna Pazza location in Cleveland is the concept's second. In April
2016, the company opened an addition to JACK Thistledown Racino that
included the Italian eatery as well as
Millcreek Grille, a classic American
concept; and Cleo's, a bar offering craft
beer and live entertainment.
The JACK Detroit property will offer
brand-new dining and entertainment
experiences when it rebrands next
year. One of the biggest changes to the
property will be the redevelopment of
its food court into Monroe Market, a