Ireland is well known for its gambling on horse racing and other sports such as GAA. While online gambling is on the rise, regular walk-incasinos still play a big part in Ireland’s gambling culture.
Read on as we discuss the top 5 casinos in Ireland:
1. The Sporting Emporium
If you’re looking for what many people believe to be the best casino experience in Dublin, head to The Sporting Emporium located on Dublin Southside at Anne’s Lane. It has a very luxurious feel to it and you’re likely to see the “who’s who” from Dublin’s high society.
The Sporting Emporium opened in 2005 and is owned by the high-profile Dublin billionaire businessman Dermot Desmond. The inside is decorated to create a high-end feel. You can enjoy a wide range of table games including Blackjack, Poker, Punto Bianco and Roulette.
Details: Open seven nights a week from 6pm to 6am. South Anne Street, Dublin 2, D02AK30, Ireland.
2. D1 Club
D1 Club is on Lower Dorset Street and first opened in 2012. The club features an superb mix of live table and electronic games – including a great selection of slots.
The D1 Club really illustrates how land-based casinos in Ireland have stepped up their game, given the threat from online casinos. The electronic poker, roulette and slot machines at D1 are a great way to sharpen your skills before you head for the live tables, also giving you the chance to win big money.
Details: Open seven nights a week from 8pm to 5:30am. 63 Dorset Street Lower, Northside, Dublin, D01 F5X7
Phone: (01) 830 6764
3. Macau Casino
Macau Sporting Club is always a great night out with some of the best gambling Cork has to offer.
Macau offers all varieties of table games, including Roulette, Blackjack, Punto Banco, Casino Holdem Poker and Three Card Poker.
4. Eglinton Casino and Poker Club
The Eglinton Casino & Card Club was opened in July 2007 and has grown to become the best casino in the west of Ireland, and the heart of gambling in Galway. The casino is located on Eglinton Street in the heart of Galway City, making it an easily accessible location.
The casino features Texas Hold’em and Omaha Hold’em Poker tournaments, along with cash games and house games including Blackjack, Roulette and auto gaming.
5. Caesars Palace
Bringing the Vegas feel to the Emerald Isle, Caesar’s Palace of Salthill is one of Galway’s finest casinos.
Caesar’s Palace is well-known for its bingo with a state-of-the-art 200-seater bingo hall, open to all seven nights a week.The casino’s amusement arcade caters for the desires of gamblers all across the Emerald Isle, with roulettes, slots, video games and the addition of new games on a regular basis.