River City Casino

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(owned/managed by Pinnacle Entertainment Inc.)
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777 River City Casino Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63125
Toll-Free: (888) 578-7289
Local: (314) 615-2800

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Direct Email: info@therivercitycasino.com

River City Casino is located in Saint Louis, Missouri and is a casino with over 90,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With 55 table games featuring classic blackjack and craps as well as a live poker room, and more than 2000 slot machines, River City Casino is also home to seven restaurants and bars.


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Table Games

Pai Gow Poker
Three-Card Poker
Four-Card Poker
Let It Ride™ Stud Poker

Card Room

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Slots Options

Slot Machines
Video Poker
Video Keno

Casino Amenities

High Rollers Lounge

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the word 'casino' comes directly from Italian, where it originally meant 'little house' or 'cottage.' It was first used in English to describe a gambling establishment in the 1800s.

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