Snoqualmie Casino staff celebrated the opening of the redesigned Mist Bar with a ribbon cutting ceremony March 2. (Courtesy Photo)

Snoqualmie Casino staff celebrated the opening of the redesigned Mist Bar with a ribbon cutting ceremony March 2. (Courtesy Photo)

Snoqualmie Casino cuts the ribbon on redesigned Mist Bar

Snoqualmie Casino hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony March 2 to commemorate the grand re-opening of the popular Mist Bar. The venue’s redesign creates a stunning focal point in the heart of the casino, featuring a unique 360-degree video display wall that encircles the entire lounge.

The remodel of Mist Bar is the latest enhancement as part of a larger refresh to several Snoqualmie Casino venues, including the re-launch of Vista Prime Steaks and Seafood in November 2016, and the redesign of the Falls Buffet in May 2017.

“Through each renovation, our focus is to provide our guests with exceptional entertainment experiences,” said Brian Decorah, president and CEO of Snoqualmie Casino. “The dynamic concept and design of the Mist Bar creates a one-of-a-kind visual experience that delivers a vibrant and upscale destination for our guests to relax with a drink, or to enjoy a game.”

In addition to the video wall, Mist Bar features a sports ticker, with four 75” TV screens and a newly expanded craft beer offerings.

The design and construction of the remodel was in partnership with I-5 Design of Lacey. To minimize on-site disruption within the casino, the entire project was pre-fabricated off-site, which limited the on-site construction window to just over three weeks, from start to finish.

For more information, visit www.snocasino.com.

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