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Epic scale, luxury touches at Snoqualmie Casino

Servers Tanya Kosen and Corrine Dounouk huddle at the Mist lounge, on the main floor of Snoqualmie Casino. The raised, circular bar features luxury appointments such as plasma TV screens and other flourishes that casino staff say make the new venture stand out. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Servers Tanya Kosen and Corrine Dounouk huddle at the Mist lounge, on the main floor of Snoqualmie Casino. The raised, circular bar features luxury appointments such as plasma TV screens and other flourishes that casino staff say make the new venture stand out.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

The people behind the new Snoqualmie Casino, which opened Thursday overlooking the Valley on Snoqualmie Tribe property near Exit 27, say it will deliver an experience like no other.

“There’s just nothing like it in this region,” said Michael Barozzi, CEO for the Snoqualmie Entertainment Authority.

The epic scale and luxury touches show themselves in this look at Snoqualmie Casino, by the numbers.

1,300-plus — Number of employees

30 — Number of Snoqualmie Tribal members employed by casino

600 — Approximate number of Snoqualmie Tribe members

170,000 — Square footage

30,000 – Estimated number of visitors in the casino’s first six hours of opening

50 — Number of table games

10 — Number of poker tables

24/7/365 — When the casino is open

2,000 — Number of parking spaces

1,700-plus — Number of slot machines

5 — Number of eateries

23 — Number of ice sculptures created for opening night

$49 — Cost of a rib-eye steak at Terra Vista

40 — Varieties of cigars at LIT cigar lounge

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