State regulators have approved a March 31 opening date for the Valley Forge Casino Resort. Casino Spokesman David LaTorre says it will be unlike any other Pennsylvania gaming venue.
“We provide a lot of entertainment for our guests, so not only will we have table games and slot machines, but we’ll also have over seven restaurants, a night club, over 460 guest rooms, and over 100,000 square feet of convention and conference space.”
LaTorre says the restaurants will offer prime steaks, fresh seafood and Italian, Asian and American cuisine, and the night club will feature first-rate entertainment. He says the Valley Forge Casino Resort will also create hundreds of jobs. Final approval comes after two test nights in late March that will benefit local charities.