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Hollywood Casino Toledo offers a deal to you

Welcome to Wine Wednesdays

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Hollywood Casino Toledo would like to invite you to Ohio for Wine Wednesdays.

Just a short hour drive down I-75, is scenic and delightful Toledo. The city has a lot going for it, and that includes Hollywood Casino, which opened in 2012. Inside the 125,000-square-foot space, you'll find more than 2,000 slot machines, 60 table games and 20 poker tables. There's a lot going on.

You'll also find award-winning food and drink. Which is something Hollywood Casino would like you to discover.

Hollywood Casino is home to Final Cut Steak & Seafood, which patrons and travel organizations rave about. It was selected by Wine Spectator in 2015 for an Award of Excellence. The magazine notes the awards are divvied out to restaurants whose wine lists give "a well-chosen selection of quality producers." Final Cut is no stranger to awards. It was also recognized by Forbes Travel Guide with a Four Star award, OpenTable Diners' Choice in a trio of categories including Best Ambiance and Best Food, and with TripAdvisors' Certificate of Excellence.

And the food is great. Trust us. But we're here to talk about the wine.

Final Cut counts more than 200 bottles in their selection, with a vintage for any and all tastes, and a portion of those are half off on Wednesdays. That's right, half off. That's a deal, and a delicious one at that. If you miss that or can't get enough of the Glass City, Final Cut's wine program begins every single day at 5 p.m. No wonder it is one of Toledo's most critically acclaimed destinations.

"Great wine doesn't have to be intimidating," said Stephen Greer, Hollywood Casino Toledo Director of Food & Beverage. "It's only fitting that Chef Aaron Lawson's standout cuisine is paired with an equally exceptional wine program, one that our guests have really responded positively to."

New World, Old World, Final Cut has the glass for you. They also have it for a bargain price on Wednesdays, and you can't beat that.

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