25 February 2015

Horseshoe Isn't Good Luck As First Dining Establishment Shuts Down

Casino owned by bankrupt parent company has been plagued with problems since opening
Filed by James MacArthur

Only six months after opening, the Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino is seeing its first dining departure.
"It's been a great experience but ultimately the Horseshoe customer and our product mix just didn't take hold..."  Nikki Lewis, owner, The Mallow Bar
The casino has fallen millions short on promised revenue projections every month since it opened. In January the venue brought in $23.2 million, but the facility was expected to average more than $31 million each month.

The Mallow Bar, a dessert cafe in the casino's Baltimore Marketplace, will close later this week. The cafe is one of five local vendors that comprise the marketplace, including Lenny's Delicatessen, Heavy Seas and Tark's.

Source: Baltimore Business Journal



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