Snoqualmie Casino

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(owned/managed by Snoqualmie Indian Tribe)
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37500 SE North Bend Way
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Local: (425) 888-1234
Fax: (425) 888-3278

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Snoqualmie Casino is located in Snoqualmie, Washington, and is an Indian-owned casino with over 51,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With 50 table games featuring classic blackjack, craps, and roulette, and more than 1700 slot machines, Snoqualmie Casino is also home to eight restaurants.

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Box Car Deli (Delicatessen)
Cafe Drip (Coffee Shop)
Club Sno (Ultra Lounge)
Falls Buffet (Buffet)
Kindai Sushi (Sushi)
Lit Cigar Lounge (Bar/Lounge)
Mist (Bar/Lounge)
Terra Vista (Fine Dining)

Table Games

Pai Gow Poker
Three-Card Poker
Spanish 21

Card Room

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Slots Options

Slot Machines

Casino Amenities


Other Amenities

Live Entertainment

Nearby casinos we recommend:
Casino Caribbean - Kirkland (22.1 miles)

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