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Guidelines to Ensure Everyone’s Health and Safety
- Guests are required to wear masks that cover the nose and mouth.
- Social distancing will be expected.
- Bars and nightclubs will be closed.
- Beverages may be consumed only when seated and actively engaged in gambling, or in restaurants. Guests are not allowed to carry or drink beverages while moving about the gaming area.
- The casino will operate at reduced capacity and possibly for limited hours. For planning purposes, check the casino’s website and social media, or call the casino for inquiries regarding capacity levels.
In addition, the Governor’s guidelines for the Phase 3 opening of businesses apply, including:
- If you have symptoms of COVID-19, stay home. See https://www.mass.gov/info-details/about-covid-19 for symptoms.
- Visitors traveling from states other than New England, New York, and New jersey are expected to self-quarantine for 14 days.
- Practice social distancing and frequent handwashing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Governor Baker has issued new rules requiring out-of-state travelers entering Massachusetts and Massachusetts residents returning home to quarantine for 14 days or show that they have a negative COVID-19 test if they are coming from anywhere except lower risk states. Violations carry a $500 daily fine.
RESTAURANTS AND BARS THAT ARE OPEN
Please note some dining establishments have limited hours. Please check the restaurant’s detail page for the latest information.
(Notice: Dining is limited to a maximum of 6 people per table.)
- TAP Sports Bar (American)
- South End Market
- Wicked Noodles
- Bill’s Diners
- Hearth Grill
- Jack’s Shack
- Costa’s Pizza Counter (Italian)
Following regulatory guidance, the enhanced casino floors are open with new protocols based on physical distancing and cleaning. To promote physical distancing, slot machines are disabled to accommodate six feet between players; poker, roulette and craps are not be available in this first phase of reopening. Beverage service is available on the casino floor and in connection with seated dining. To promote keeping the mask on, guests are not allowed to move around the casino floor with a drink; casino beverage service is limited to those actively playing.