Monday, October 3, 2011

Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound track to debut new look

The Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track has a new look.
Over the past few months, the Bonita Beach Road race track began extensive remodeling of its interior as well as a new roof.
When gates open on a new racing season Nov. 2, handicappers will notice the completion of a new restaurant called the Hold-Em Grill on the first mezzanine.
“The popularity of the first mezzanine with simulcasting and the Poker Room will be enhanced with the expanded food choices and daily specials at the Hold-em Grill,” said the track’s general manager Juan Fra.
Updating the entire facility, includingnew roofing, allows the track to have a new and modern look, Fra said.
“The clubhouse dining room, for example, will be more appealing with seating allowing patrons a better view of the live racing,” Fra said.
Handicappers and poker players will also notice new carpeting in the Poker Room and clubhouse areas, a redesigned clubhouse dining room and a new color scheme throughout the facility.
“With these additions and improvements we’ll have one of the most modern entertainment facilities in Southwest Florida,” said the track’s general manager Juan Fra. “Our high standards ensure the patron experience will be rewarding and fun.”
While the live racing has been dormant throughout the summer, the Poker Room and thoroughbred simulcasting from tracks nationally are open daily.
The track opens at 11:00 a.m. daily with thoroughbred simulcasting from over a dozen tracks. The Poker Room features weekly tournaments with a guaranteed $25,000 daily jackpot.

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