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Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, serves as Wisconsin’s most popular entertainment destination with more than 6 million visits annually. It’s also one of the country’s largest tribally owned and operated casinos. The property, featuring more than 1.1 million square feet of space, is home to the finest in casino entertainment, including gaming, dining, live performances and lodging.
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With more than 150,000 square feet of gaming space, there are plenty of options for guests looking for great gaming entertainment. The casino features thousands of slot machines, in a variety of themes and denominations; nearly 100 table games, from blackjack and craps to baccarat and roulette; a huge bingo hall providing high-stakes jackpots during multiple sessions daily; a comfortable 20-table poker where guests can play a number of variations on the popular game; and an off-track betting room featuring the best in horse, greyhound and carriage racing from around the globe.
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is full of the latest slot machines featuring state-of-the art technology. Nearly 3,000 machines from the country’s leading manufacturers provide guests with plenty of fun and exciting options. Themes from iconic TV shows and movies, like “Back to the Future,” “Wheel of Fortune” and “True Blood” keep guests entertained with dazzling visuals and edge-of-your-seat bonus rounds. There are machines for everyone’s tastes with video- and reel-style machines featuring denominations ranging from $.01 all the way to $100. A large smoke-free slots area is located next to the casino’s Bingo Hall on the third floor. Visit the Slots page »
With nearly 100 tables on the casino’s gaming floor, the selection of options available to our guests is huge – from favorites like blackjack, craps, roulette and baccarat, to carnival-style games like Let it Ride® Bonus Poker and Casino War®. The fast-paced action of the casino’s 24-hour, non-smoking poker room features Texas Hold ’Em, Seven Card Stud and Omaha. Guests can call up to two hours in advance to reserve a seat at the table. A rolling bad beat jackpot is a popular promotion; tournaments scheduled regularly. Visit the Table Games page »
Potawatomi Bingo Casino’s Bingo Hall is home to some of the nation’s largest daily payouts. Attracting players from across the country, daily payouts average $75,000. The 1,350-seat Bingo Hall features a 500-seat, non-smoking area, and is complete with large television monitors. Guests can play the games on paper, or the newest in electronic bingo. Glow Party Bingo sessions are held the last Saturday of the month and feature state-of-the-art lights and sound. Visit the Bingo page »
The OTB Room, located on the third floor right off the casino’s skywalk, is the next best thing to being at the track. The excitement of horse and greyhound racing can be felt in every corner of the 5,000 square-foot, smoke-free space featuring 115 televisions, 80 carrels and seating for nearly 200. Make sure you’re here for the Kentucky Derby and the rest of the Triple Crown races. A highlight on the casino’s calendar, the races are shown in both the OTB Room as well as on a 20-foot screen in the casino’s Northern Light’s Theater, where a true party atmosphere prevails. Visit the Off-Track Betting page »
Delicious is the word that first comes to mind at Potawatomi’s many food & beverage outlets. From the finest in steaks and seafood to the delectable tastes of Asia and Italy, from the tastiest craft cocktails to the best varietals in wine, there is something for all tastes in our seven dining venues and multiple bars.
Dream Dance Steak
Dream Dance Steak blends refined innovation with the tradition and comfort of a Wisconsin steakhouse. Regional ingredients, house-made cheeses and fine house-cured charcuterie complement Dream Dance Steak’s seasonal menu. The restaurant maintains one of Wisconsin’s most progressive and reasonably priced wine lists, consisting of nearly 600 of the finest selections found worldwide. Read More »
Wild Earth Cucina Italiana
Wild Earth Cucina Italiana features the old world flavors of traditional Italian favorites, alongside re-invented classics with a twist. Utilizing premium local and seasonal products whenever possible, the menu also features a selection of breads, soups and desserts made from scratch. Wild Earth Cucina Italiana’s full-service bar features more than 30 bottles of fine Italian wine, hailing from every region in Italy, as well as hand-crafted cocktails, Italian beer and house-made Italian sodas in a variety of flavors. Read More »
Locavore is a casual dining restaurant that features globally-inspired dishes prepared with local and sustainable foods sourced from the finest local purveyors. Serving three meals daily, the restaurant accommodates 165 guests and is located on the first level of Potawatomi Hotel. The modern space is highlighted by an expansive two-story window wall and a large welcoming bar, serving craft cocktails, local beers and organic wines. Read More »
This authentic Asian restaurant has an emphasis on noodle dishes, but also offers many traditional favorites from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Filipino and Hmong cuisines. RuYi, which means “as you wish,” is adorned in contemporary, Asian-styled surroundings and rich red and gold colors, creating an atmosphere of elegance. Read More »
The Fire Pits Sports Bar and Grill
Designed along the lines of a sports book, The Fire Pit features 27 high-definition screens tuned to the best worldwide sporting events. The Fire Pit serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with a wide selection of sandwiches, burgers, salads, entrées and daily food and drink specials. The Fire Pit Side Bar features free entertainment such as karaoke, live bands and comedy. Read More »
Seven action stations offer freshly prepared Mediterranean, Latin, Asian and American cuisine as well as salads and dessert. The Buffet hosts Value Days and Specialty Nights that feature premium selections like Alaskan Snow Crab and prime rib. A deluxe Sunday Brunch is not to miss. Read More »
The Menomonee Valley Food Court
The Food Court is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat. Featuring four unique stations—Canal Street Deli, Taco del Fuego, Southern Cookin’ and Trapper’s Grille, the Food Court offers something for everyone. Bar 360 Bar 360 is located in the center of Potawatomi Bingo Casino, elevated and open to the gambling floor. At this highenergy bar, skilled bartenders will tend to your every need. Bar 360 is the perfect place to grab a seat with friends and take in the live entertainment and all the action on the casino floor. Read More »
Whether its rock ’n roll royalty, blues legends, R&B stars, country icons or hilarious comics, Potawatomi brings them all to our guests regularly. With several venues on property – from the intimacy of a small bar to the excitement of a huge events center – guests can catch their favorite local band or a huge national act.
Northern Lights Theater
The Northern Lights Theater is a 500-seat, two-tiered, state-of-the-art venue featuring local and national live entertainment acts. The theater specializes in bringing acts that that appeal to diverse audiences, hosting musical legends like Aretha Franklin, B.B. King and Willie Nelson; and comic icons like Joan Rivers and Bob Newhart. The theater offers two full-service bars and table service. The décor of the theater emphasizes the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe’s close connection and appreciation of the Earth. The rich and modern décor, set in deep natural tones is highlighted by the beautiful hand-painted beadwork pattern that outlines the stage. Read More »
Potawatomi Events Center
Opened for entertainment in 2014, the Potawatomi Events Center features 30,000 square feet of space with seating for 1,500. The space features service and easy access to free parking in the casino’s six-story structure. Read More »
Fire Pit side bar
Situated next to the casino’s popular Fire Pit Sports Bar & Grill, the restaurant’s side bar offers free entertainment several times a week. Local and regional musical favorites appear regularly, and guests can participate with weekly karaoke nights. Read More »
Elevated and located in the middle of the gaming floor, Bar 360 serves as a nightlife hot spot to see and be seen with live entertainment scheduled regularly. The bar features some of the best drink specials in the city with eight beers on tap, the best in wine and unique craft cocktails to suit anyone’s tastes. Read More »
Potawatomi Hotel is a prominent 19-story hotel offering guests world-class service and deluxe amenities. The property features 381 guest rooms, including 16 suites and a lavish presidential suite that offer stunning views of the Milwaukee skyline and Lake Michigan. The hotel also features a casual dining restaurant and bar/lounge on its first floor, coffee bar, business center, exercise room and complimentary Wi-Fi. Seven state-of-the-art meeting rooms and pre-function area provide more than 12,000 square-feet of distinctive space to host corporate and social affairs.
Standard Guest Room
Potawatomi Hotel offers 364 standard rooms. Each room is approximately 400 square-feet and offers floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Milwaukee and Lake Michigan. Rooms are clean and modern with a color palette of teals, reds and browns that reflect the natural elements and portray the feeling of a calming oasis. Well-appointed rooms contain a Beautyrest® bed, desk, 42-inch television, closet, safe, refrigerator, coffee maker and free Wi-Fi. Read More »
Potawatomi Hotel features 16 lavish suites that will provide guests every luxury during their stay. Suites are located on the top three floors of the tower and are approximately 800 square-feet in size with optional adjoining guestrooms. Suites are appointed with upgraded finishes throughout and are highlighted by expansive window walls that showcase beautiful views of Milwaukee and Lake Michigan. Suites feature a plush living area fitted with a pull-out couch and a dining area with a kitchenette, including a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and a wet bar. Rooms also include a large spa-like master bath with a Jacuzzi and a shower, an additional powder room, a Beautyrest® bed, desk, two 55-inch televisions, closet, safe, refrigerator, coffee maker and free Wi-Fi. Read More »
The jewel of the property is Potawatomi Hotel’s presidential suite. Situated on the top floor of the hotel, the presidential suite is 3,000 square-feet of opulence. Offering 180 degrees of the Milwaukee skyline from Miller Park to Lake Michigan and everything in between, there isn’t a better view of the city. This exquisite suite offers all the amenities you’ll need to pamper yourself in style, including an 800 square-foot private balcony, a spa-like master bath with Jacuzzi, an additional powder room, a Beautyrest® bed and two fire places, each with a 60-inch television mounted above. When only the best will do, the Presidential Suite is where you want to be. Read More »
Sales & Catering
Whether your vision is intimate or grand, laid-back or lavish, the sales and catering team at Potawatomi will exceed your expectations for your next corporate or social event. The property offers more than 60,000 square feet of distinctive catering space and can accommodate 10 to 2,000. The sales and catering department features a talented culinary team, which pride themselves on quality, presentation and service. Read More »
Caring for the community is a tribal tradition and a priority at the hotel and casino. In addition to millions of dollars donated each year by the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation, the Casino’s signature community program, Miracle on Canal Street, has given more than $13.5 million to hundreds of area children’s charities since its inception in 1994.
As a socially responsible business, Potawatomi sees responsible gaming as its number one priority. The tribe and casino are also dedicated to environmentally friendly business practices, and utilize them whenever possible. Read More »
With 2,600 team members, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is one of southeastern Wisconsin’s largest employers. And with more than half of those employees being people of color, it’s also one of the most diverse. Read More »