Pinnacle given go-ahead for August 29 casino opening
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The board agreed unanimously Thursday to allow the opening later this month of the facility.
The board agreed unanimously Thursday to allow the opening later this month of the facility, called L'Auberge Baton Rouge, subject to a successful inspection and the gambling board chairman's determination that the project is substantially completed.
Jack Godfrey, the company's general counsel, says construction is on track for the grand opening. L'Auberge Baton Rouge will include a 6,874 sqm casino with nearly 1,500 slot machines and 50 table games; a 12-story hotel; four restaurants; a bar overlooking the Mississippi River; and outdoor festival grounds.