The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City takes pride in its small size and family ownership, as well as its status as the only brewery in Gilpin County. It features around 60 slot machines and a restaurant with an Italian focus.
|Address||116 Main St, Central City, CO 80427|
|Number of slots||About 60|
|Minimum age to gamble||21|
Online Sports Betting & Sportsbook at Dostal Alley Casino
The Dostal Alley Casino was licensed for sports and online betting by The Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission in February 2020.
It will be legal for licensed operators in Colorado to open sports and online betting services from May 1, however it is not yet clear when The Dostal Alley Casino will open physical or online sportsbooks. Colorado voters supported a ballot measure to legalize sports betting in November 2019.
Dostal Alley Casino History
The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City is a locally-owned and operated. It was one of the first casinos in Central City, opening right after gambling was legalized in the area in 1991. It also doubles as a brewery, which has been producing its own ale and lager since 1997.
The property one of the smallest casinos in Central City, featuring a handful of slot and video machines on two floors. Despite its small size, Dostal Alley Casino still manages to offer its own restaurant, which serves pizza, calzones, sandwiches and fresh salads. Of course, they serve their own beer, which is made using wild hops picked from all over Central City.
The casino is well-known for its warm family atmosphere, setting it apart from the larger casinos in the area.
The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City does not appear to currently have a loyalty or rewards program.
Dostal Alley Casino FAQ
The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City is open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. until 2 a.m.
The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City is licensed to offer sports betting, as of May 2020. Its specific plans for sports betting, however, have not yet been announced.
The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City is one of Central City’s original casinos, opening way back in 1991, shortly after gambling was legalized in Colorado.
No, The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City does not have a hotel attached. There are, however, several hotel and accommodation options very close to the casino.
Yes, The Dostal Alley Casino at Central City has its very own restaurant on the premises, which serves pizza, calzones, salads and its very own locally-produced beer.