What do Crosby Stills & Nash, Jerry Seinfeld, George Lopez, Southside Johnny and ZZ Top all have in common? They’ve all performed at Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida.
But world-class entertainment is only a small example of how this South Florida mega-entertainment complex, just outside Miami, keeps you busy day and night.
Located just off Florida’s Turnpike west of Fort Lauderdale, Seminole Hard Rock is a true destination for anyone who loves sophisticated city experiences, great food and wine, world-class shopping—and of course gaming. The centerpiece of a complex that features bars, restaurants, music and comedy venues and more are the casino and a poker room with its own exterior entry.
Seminole Hard Rock Casino offers all sorts of action, with over 2,500 slots and games. As you wander through this exciting environment, you’ll recognize names you know and love: Sex and the City, Star Wars, Wheel of Fortune, Wizard of Oz. Video poker, video keno and video roulette join the slots in attracting jackpot hopefuls. Blackjack, baccarat and mini-baccarat tables are equally inviting. Try one or try them all. Dealers are friendly.
Poker lovers will be right at home in the Hard Rock’s tournaments featuring Texas Hold ‘em, Seven-Card Stud and Omaha Hi-Lo games. Daily poker options include Pai Gow poker, Let it Ride and Three-Card. Feeling really lucky or out to impress someone special? Head for the high-limit room and play like you mean it.
When you’re ready to walk away with your winnings, you can go directly to Zagat-rated Council Oak for fine dining in a plush, upscale environment equaled in quality by the chef’s outstanding creations, an extensive wine list and nightly live jazz. Dinner at Council Oak will set you back, but at least you’ll know you’ve put your winnings to worthwhile use.
You’re hardly limited to this experience, however. A nearly mind-boggling assortment of clubs, restaurants and retail shops fill the outdoor just beyond the casino’s doors. Among the many restaurants: the Asian-inspired Tatu, Gloria Estefan’s Bongos, which opened in Hollywood after success in Miami, and of course a Hard Rock Cafe.
Live music clubs and the main stage at Hard Rock Live, plus the Improv Comedy Club, up the ante when it comes to making the most of your visit. The Seminole Hard Rock website is a helpful resource, but the truth is unless you’re interested in a specific entertainment act, you won’t need to consult it to ensure a good time. Just show up. Rest assured your drive will be rewarded with one very fun evening that can last as long as you like.