SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia
Fun and games on the Delaware River
SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in the city of Philadelphia, is conveniently located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront. With nearby I-95 and I-76, and just a short cab ride from Philadelphia International Airport and 30th Street Station, visitors have easy access to all that the casino offers.
Located in Philly’s lively Fishtown neighborhood, SugarHouse Casino took over the site of the former Jack Frost Sugar Refinery. The casino’s property extends right up to the Delaware River and offers public green space and scenic pathways for running and biking. The casino is just a short distance from many of Philadelphia’s historic attractions, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
This premier gaming and entertainment destination is open 24/7, and provides free, on-site parking as well as valet service. SugarHouse Casino appeals to hometown gamers and visitors from out of town who are looking for some excitement, offering a complimentary mix of table games, slots, restaurants and VIP Lounge — all under one roof.
Fast Facts About SugarHouse Casino
What does SugarHouse Casino have to offer?
- 45,000 square feet of gaming floor
- Great mix of the newest slot machines
- Live table games, including:
- Mini Baccarat
- Pai Gow Poker
- Three-card Poker
- Four-card Poker
SugarHouse runs special gaming promotions on an ongoing basis. Click the button below to see the casino’s current promotions.
Philly’s First-Ever Poker Room
SugarHouse Casino is also the home to Philadelphia’s first-ever poker room, promising 24 poker tables which will allow up to 240 people to play at once.
The poker room is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week and all 24 new tables have charging stations for smartphones so players can easily participate in a text-to-order food service. Plus, poker fans can also look forward to a table-side beverage service and a massage service.
For those looking to reserve a spot in the new poker room in advance, use the Bravo Poker Live app to secure your seat at the table.
Note that this new room is just an interim poker room at SugarHouse. Next year, construction will be complete on a larger 28-table permanent poker room that’s part of a larger renovation plan at the casino.
For more information on the new Philadelphia Poker Room, click the button below.
Once you’ve built up your appetite on the gaming floor, SugarHouse has plenty of options to satisfy your hunger.
Gaze out onto the Delaware River as you enjoy a burger made with fresh, local ingredients at The Refinery. Relax with a local craft beer and enjoy items from their seasonal menu. Click the button below for more information.
Jacks Sandwiches & Sweets
Open 24-hours, Jacks features sandwiches, salads and sweets to keep you going when you need a quick bite. You’ll be back on the floor in no time after enjoying a hoagie, a roast pork sandwich or a big salad. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a handmade milkshake or fresh pastry. Click the button below for more information.
Catch the latest sports action and enjoy stadium-style food and drinks at Lucky Red. With plenty of big-screen televisions, you won’t miss any of the action. Click the button below for more information.
SugarHouse offers guests free transportation from several points in the city to the casino aboard the Sugar Express. For routes and a complete schedule, click the button below.
SugarHouse Casino is located just minutes off of I-95 along the Delaware River.
From the north, take I-95 south to Exit 22 for Callowhill Street, towards I-676/Central Philadelphia. Stay to the right and then turn left on Callowhill Street. Make a left onto Delaware Avenue (Columbus Boulevard) and SugarHouse will be on your right.
From the south, take I-95 north to Exit 20 for Washington Avenue. Turn left onto Delaware Avenue (Columbus Boulevard) and SugarHouse will be approximately two miles ahead on your right.
SugarHouse offers free on-site parking and valet service is available.
For more information on SugarHouse Casino, click the button below.
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