Chehalis Tribes Break Ground on Casino Expansion
By keely
It has been announced that the Chehalis Tribes have broken ground this week on an impressive 15,000 square foot addition to the Lucky Eagle Casino. The addition will be home to a new Event Center and Bingo Hall and will greatly enhance the facilities of the existing 50,000 square foot casino, which opened six years ago in 1995.

The renovation, which is multi-faceted, will feature one of the largest ‘Las Vegas’ style buffet restaurants in the northwest. The buffet will seat 300 diners, and will also include several ‘action stations’ where food will be prepared to order. On top of this, there will also be an intimate, upscale dining room, which will offer steaks, seafood, chops and the Lucky Eagles signature Prime Rib, which will be cut to order at the tables.

The renovation is also expected to enhance the casinos banquet and entertainment facilities. The plans include six new banquet/party rooms, with a total capacity of 800 guests. A high energy 150 seat ‘Cabaret Lounge’ will feature live entertainment, including comedy shows, professional boxing and concerts. The Cabaret will also feature its own fare with a menu ranging from shrimp and seafood platters to gourmet burgers.

Lucky Eagle general manager, John Setterstrom, said, “The Chehalis Tribe have been long committed to providing the best entertainment venue in the area. We’re excited to now offer our customers the additional space and dining options they have requested over the years.”

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