Hancock says CNB is unique with its blend of sophisticated gaming, set in a comfortable and vibrant environment. The staff is welcoming, friendly and fun – a true reflection of Maritime hospitality. He states “we offer top-of-the-line gaming equipment, automated shuffling on many tables, electronic signage on every table, state-of-the-art poker management system, the newest slot machines available in the market, bilingual signage and services, and down-home customer service offered in a total entertainment environment.” Partnering with local icon Moosehead Breweries, Moose’s Wild Pub also offers free live entertainment on the weekends. The entire casino features a superior lighting and sound system, fantastic food and beverage outlets, ATMs, tasteful décor, 60 high-definition plasmas and big screen, a rewards club program, and a gift shop featuring local artisan products and various souvenirs.
Diners can experience two restaurants—from up-scale pub dining to buffet style and a number of fantastic bars and lounges. Located in the heart of the casino floor, is the elevated Center Bar. Guests can order from an appetizer menu and extensive drink selection or watch live entertainment. The Ultra Lounge is set on the second level of the iconic lighthouse that functions as an exterior landmark for the casino. The Ultra Lounge offers a modern setting with food and drink options or the lounge can also be used for private functions.
Wonderful food, entertainment and fun aside, CNB takes it stance on responsible gaming very seriously. There will be a Responsible Gaming Information Centre available on site that will offer dedicated resources for players to make informed choices. Casino New Brunswick is committed to playing their role in providing a gaming experience that encourages responsible gaming amongst their patrons.
Employing over 400 people from the region and supporting trades, CNB has made a concerted effort to secure and source as many products and services locally. Together with community groups and organizations brought on board to help deliver training and staff development, CNB expects to welcome upwards of one million visitors each year.