Rivers Casino Pittsburgh
25 locals recommend ·
About this place
Rivers Casino is located on Pittsburgh's North Shore, next to Heinz Field. Open 24/7 you will always be able to find something to get your hands on. Try one of over 2,900 slots or 100 tables, or one of 9 bars and restaurants, featuring live music every weekend. Must be 21 or older.
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Great for gaming if so inclined. The Buffet on the 2nd floor is fabulous with Italian, Asian, and American choices with a huge dessert bar. Also it overlooks the city and River.
This is a very nice and clean casino. Several restaurants to eat at as well as if you like there are is plenty gambling to be done as well as sports betting. The location is on the river where beautiful shows are given as well. We have a Las Vegas type Casino in the heart of the city...Enjoy!
In addition to gambling there are also great restaurants, bars, and live entertainment.
If you are a gambler, this is a great stop. I have enjoyed the expansive buffet and have gambled a little. But many of my friends stop here before and after the Steelers games and have a great time!
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