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319 New Zealand Rd.Seabrook, NH
603-474-3065
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INTRODUCING....

The first phase of what will be a comprehensive remodel of the historic Seabrook Park, which, when done, will make the park the premier entertainment destination on the Seacoast. The Greyhound Casino & Tavern is a brilliant new space named as an homage to the original and greatest purebred dog – the Greyhound.

Poker

Daily cash and tournament poker.

Table Games

An exciting mix of your favorite games.

Promotions & Events

Loyalty has it perks: drawings, rewards and comps.

Tavern

Classic and local favorites.

Racebook

New Hampshire’s one and only racebook.

Charity Gaming

Play It Forward

Poker

Daily cash and tournament poker.

Table Games

An exciting mix of your favorite games.

Promotions & Events

Loyalty has it perks: drawings, rewards and comps.

Food & Fun

Classic and local favorites.

Racebook

New Hampshire’s one and only racebook.

Charity Gaming

Play It Forward

A hidden gem no longer, the Park is home to:

The only pari-mutuel racebook in New Hampshire, featuring thoroughbred, harness and greyhound wagering.

A completely remodeled charity casino, a rustic “Granite State chic” space with live table games such as Mississippi Stud, Blackjack, Roulette and a Poker Room.

The best sports viewing environment in the region with 75-inch flat screens and state-of-the-art sound system to watch your favorite New England teams make the championship run.

A brand new restaurant with an all new menu featuring tavern classics and regional favorites plus local craft beer and distilled spirits.

SEABROOK PARKLATEST NEWS

Casino company places bet in NH30Jun
Casino company places bet in NH
As Encore Boston Harbor opened to lines of people eager to gamble in the Bay State’s newest casino resort last week, work continued on Seabrook Park’s future 40,000-square-foot gaming floor. The completion will make Seabrook the largest charitable casino in the United States, according to Andre Carrier, whose Nevada-based casino company Eureka Casino Resort bought the former greyhound track in January. Carrier said he is content with current gambling laws in New Hampshire, where bets can be no higher than $10 and slot machines are outlawed. While he remains silent on whether New Hampshire should pass a law allowing a casino in the state, he questions whether lawmakers have been in step with voters as they have continuously rejected bills authorizing casinos here.
Greyhound Casino adds Stadium Gaming18Jun
Greyhound Casino adds Stadium Gaming
“We’re thrilled to be the first casino in New Hampshire to provide this ultra-modern technology to our guests,” said Chief Operating Officer Andre Carrier. “Stadium Games have been a huge hit in other casinos across the country because they appeal to a wide range of players. As a result, we wanted to make them available here in New Hampshire.”
Christopher Thompson’s Closing the Deal: Employee-owned companies have an advantage11Jun
Christopher Thompson’s Closing the Deal: Employee-owned companies have an advantage
Over the last several years, I’ve been hearing a lot more about employee-owned companies. For those who aren’t familiar with the concept, it’s actually relatively simple to explain: Every year, the company goes through a valuation by a third-party organization and the company’s value is determined. From there, shares are produced, based on the determined value.
Raising the stakes: Gaming experience improved, charities gain14May
Raising the stakes: Gaming experience improved, charities gain
Longtime customers at Seabrook Greyhound Park say they like the changes being made there. “It’s a lot cleaner. It’s well groomed … The food is very good,” Dan Septelka of Exeter said. Septelka loves the thrill of betting on horses at the casino and says he enjoys spending time there, especially on a wet and lousy day. Other customers at the casino agree, pointing out the improvements. CEO Andre Carrier of Eureka Casino Resort couldn’t be more pleased.
“We are excited to bring the opportunity for employee ownership to this legacy business. We look forward to bringing our corporate culture, and our desire to meet and exceed the expectations of our guests and the communities we serve, to New Hampshire,”
- Greg Lee, Chairman, Eureka Casinos.
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