Around 1822, America's first gambling casino opened in New Orleans. Like modern casinos, it was open 24/7. In 1999, Harrah's brought the action back to New Orleans in a big way with the opening of Harrah's NewOrleans Casino.
Today, you can take a shot at more than 3,800 of the newest, hottest slots and more than 100 fast-paced table games - blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more. The poker room boasts more than 20 tables.
Whenyou need to stretch, join a Mardi Gras parade or mingle with the crowd at Masquerade dance club, with its sleek 42-foot media tower surrounded by a ring of faux fire. For a more relaxed atmosphere, stop in at Harrah's Hoodoo Cocktail Loungeand try a signature cocktail.
When you find yourself hungry, John Besh, a James Beard Foundation winner for Best Chef, runs the deliciously artsy Besh Steakhouse. After dinner, catch a comedy show, concert or special event at Harrah's multimillion-dollar theater.