Casinos in Miami: Top 10 Casinos in Miami to Have a Rocking Night

Enjoying the nightlife of a place is one of the most enjoyable ways to explore a city. Casinos are a very important part of any place’s nightlife. They are happening, vibrant, wild, and exciting.

Miami is known as the “Vegas of the South'' for its beach and recreation scene. You can go gambling, play high-stakes poker and dine on mouth watering steaks in the dozens of fine-dining restaurants in Miami’s casinos. Enjoy more relaxed games such as slots. You can also indulge in dancing and arcade games.

There are countless casinos in Miami. There are less crowded ones, casual ones, ones that host more serious games, etc. Our guide to the top 10 casinos in Miami is going to help you navigate them and choose the ones that are best suited to you.

Top 10 Casinos in Miami

 1. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is the biggest casino in Miami. It offers neon slots, roulette and over 100 tables with blackjack, poker, and Texas hold 'em. It also has some great fine dining restaurants that serve exquisite food. The hotel and casino complex also has live music and bars to get you in the gambling mood.

Apart from great food and gambling, Seminole hard Rock & Casino showcases live stand-up comedy, music, and entertainment shows. The Hard Rock Café is well- known for its live shows.

People under the age of 21 are not permitted entry to the casino areas.
Timings: Open 24/7
Pet friendly: yes
Disabled-friendly: yes

 2. Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

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Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is one of the few casinos in Miami that legally offer live-action blackjack. The Casino boasts of over 2,000 slot machines, which include the Walking Dead 2, Monopoly Hot Shot, and Wonder Woman Wild. You can smoke in the casino, however, it has a non-smoking floor for those who don’t like being surrounded by cigarettes.

It has fine dining and casual dining restaurants. NYY Steakhouse and Sorrisi offer great fine dining. Restaurants like The Nectar and Sunset Grill offer relatively cheaper and quick food. The Coco Bar is open 7 days a week and serves housemade pizza by the slice, delicious sandwiches, and beverages. You must be 21 or older to play Slots and Table Games or to receive Seminole Wild Card benefits and 18 or older to play Bingo and Live Poker.
Timings: Open 24/7
Pet friendly: yes
Disabled-friendly: yes

3. Magic City Casino

 
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Located on 37th Avenue in Miami, Magic City Casino has over 800 slot machines that you can try your luck with. It has two bars and live jai alai games. Magic City Casino hosts music shows at its 2000 seat outdoor amphitheater. Live comedy acts take place at Stage 305. There is also a restaurant so that you can feed your mid-gambling cravings.
Timings: Sun–Thu 10 am–4 am; Fri–Sat 10 am–5 am
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-friendly: yes

4. Casino Miami/Casino Miami Jai Alai

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Casino Miami is a small, local casino located at 37th Avenue and offers 1,000 slots and electronic roulette. It is relatively less crowded so finding a spot anytime won’t be a hassle. Live jai alai takes place all seven days of the week so be sure to catch a game. There are also occasional music and comedy shows. The schedule for the same is on the calendar on their website- www.CasinoMiamiJaiAlai.com.
Timings: Mon–Thu 10 am–4 am; Fri–Sun All-day
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-friendly: yes

5. Miccosukee Resort and Gaming

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On the edge of the Everglade is Miccosukee Resort and Gaming. Here you can gamble and try your hand at slot machines. Poker and bingo are also played here. You can stay overnight at the resort as it has accommodation facilities. There are also restaurants, a teen arcade, a salon and spa, a pool, and a gym.

Café Hammock serves delicious Florida-special lobster and steak and Bahamian conch fritters. They also offer unique dishes like sautéed alligator medallions. They have vegetarian options as well. Miccosukee Resort and Gaming has bars and lounges too. Martini Bar and Cypress Lounge have extensive alcohol and snack menus.
Timings: Open 24/7
Pet friendly: no
Disabled friendly: yes

6. Calder Casino/ GulfStream Park West racecourse

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Calder Casino is located in Miami Gardens and features a 100,000-square-foot gaming floor with 1,100 slot machines. Calder Casino offers video poker, as well as electronic roulette and blackjack.

The Gulf Stream Park West hosts thoroughbred racing in October and November. You can bet on the racehorses and enjoy the gambling. Live music and entertainment shows are regularly hosted at Casino Calder. Casino Calder’s Backyard Casino is the largest open-air smoking friendly casino in South Florida. Backyard Casino has games like  Royal Reels, Liberty 7’s, and Diamond Lotto. They also have table games, slots, live shows, and jai alai games.
Timings: Mon-Sun: 9:30 am – 11:30 pm
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-Friendly: yes

7. Isle Casino Pompano Park

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Isle Casino Pompano Park has some great gambling options. There is a 40-plus-table poker room, and nearly 1,500 slot machines to gamble on. During the winter season, Isle Casino Pompano Park also offers live harness racing. They are soon going to be adding an entertainment district and a swimming lake to their list of attractions.

The casino has a buffet too. Their specialty is seafood, especially crab and shrimps. The premises of Isle Casino Pompano Park are a smoke-free zone. It is located at 777 Isle of Capri Circle, Pompano Beach.
Timings: Mon-Thu: 10 am – 4 am, Fri-Sun: All-day
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-friendly: yes

8. Hialeah Park Racing and Casino

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Hialeah Park Racing and Casino offers electronic roulette and blackjack, and over 850 slot machines. The second floor is home to an elegant poker room with 33 tables. The casino draws players from across the region to participate in regularly scheduled tournaments. There are also quarter horse racing and year-round races simulcast on screens in the Champions Sports Bar.

Hialeah Park Racing and Casino has great music, delicious food, fun games, and an overall lively atmosphere.

 Located on 100 East 32nd Street, Hialeah, it is just 10 minutes from Downtown Miami. Admission is free of cost.
Timings: Mon-Sun: 9:30 am – 11:30 pm
Pet friendly: yes
Disabled friendly: yes

  9. Gulf Stream Park

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Gulfstream Park is a major horse racing track in Florida and it also has a two-floored casino. The casino boasts of over 800 slot machines. There is also poker. A peculiar attraction of Gulfstream Park is its 110-foot tall pegasus statue that shoots fire into the air. Be sure to check that out!

There are many bars and restaurants to dine at. Basil’s has delicious pizzas and pasta, Flamingo Room has some great sushi and Cluckers has some good old-fashioned southern food. You can go bowling at the Strike 10 lounge and enjoy karaoke at Plugin Private Karaoke Rooms. You can also go clubbing at Club Fate, Gulfstream’s nightclub. HAAGEN-DAZS and Yogurtland have deserts to end your night on a sweet note.
Timings: Open 24/7
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-friendly: yes

 10. Dania Beach Casino

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Located on Dania Beach, Dania Beach Casino is without a doubt one of the best places to see live jai alai. Jai Alai games take place six days a week. The games have a spectator capacity of about 500. You can bet on the competitors.

Dania Beach Casino has other gambling options as well. You can indulge in gambling with the   750 slots and a 24-table card room at the casino.

It is located at 301 E. Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach, Miami, Florida, and is a smoke-free zone.
Timings: Mon-Thu: 9 am – 3 am, Fri-Sun: All-day
Pet friendly: no
Disabled-friendly: yes
Are there more amazing casinos in Miami? Tell us in the comments.

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