Gaming at The Grosvenor Rialto Casino
Being housed in a former grade II listed West End Cinema with many of the original features still in place gives The Grosvenor Casino Rialto London’s gaming floor a layout that is really unique.
There are multiple American Roulette, Blackjack, and 3-Card Poker tables in the main auditorium’s live gaming area, as well as a separate Baccarat Lounge.
High rollers will enjoy that the maximum wager on a single number is £400, while the maximum stakes on blackjack and three card poker are $5 – $1000 and $5 – £200, respectively.
Above the main floor are the slot machines and the electronic roulette, which are mostly Super Gaminator and IGT Multi-Game machines along with single game machines where you can play old favourites like Pharaohs Fortune and Wolf Run.
Take a seat on the well-known Fort Knox progressive if you’re looking for the largest jackpots, where you may win up to £20,000!
The casino, regrettably, does not host any tournaments. However, Texas Hold’em cash games are available every night beginning at 7:30pm. There are just two tables, so try to get there early. The most popular games have buy-ins of £40 and cost £1 to £1.
Why not take a 2-minute stroll to The Hippodrome if you’re looking for tournament games? There, you’ll discover ongoing tournaments and cash games available round-the-clock in their designated poker area.
The Grosvenor Rialto Casino Events & Entertainment
In the sports lounge, there is live music and stand-up comedy as well as the most recent news from the Premier League, UFC, and NFL. Members can now participate in Fifa tournaments on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The casino’s seasonal and monthly events are listed on its official website and under the events tab on Facebook. Current promos consist of:
- Every Friday and Saturday from 8 pm to 10 pm, cocktails are two for one.
- Every day, get a specialty burger with bacon, cheese, fries, and a pint for only £8.95.
It’s a good idea to check online before you go because all specials are subject to change.
Food & Drink
There isn’t a restaurant at The Rialto, but there are two bars there that sell a variety of grilled foods, burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, and snacks.
One bar is on the gaming level, while the other is on the second floor, with a balcony that looks out over Leicester Square.
Dress Code & Entry
The venue has a smart casual dress code. There is no membership requirement and an open door policy at The Rialto Piccadilly. If you are fortunate enough to seem younger than 21, you won’t even require identification.
Parking & Transport
The casino is quite simple to get via the tube thanks to its central London location.
Both Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square tube stations are close by and just require a short stroll. Both of which provide additional services on the Bakerloo and Northern lines, respectively, and both of which serve the Piccadilly line.
St. Vincent House, which is immediately off Whitcomb Street and is a 5-minute walk from the casino, is the nearest parking lot.