The Casino Partouche Plouescat is located in the coastal town of Plouescat, northwest Brittany, in western France. It is a few hours northeast of the city of Brest.
The casino is housed in a white and gray structure and is recognizable with white Casino letters and the Partouche logo. The gaming area, meanwhile, has a plain ceiling with pinlights, plain walls, and checkered carpeted floors.
The casino opens every day at 10 a.m. and closes at either 3 a.m. from Sunday to Thursday or 4 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. Visitors with proper attire and either valid IDs or Players Plus membership cards can enter the premises. They must also be at least 18 years old.
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At the Casino Partouche Plouescat, guests can enjoy playing to earn points and a chance to win big through the following onsite gaming facilities:
- 90 slot machines
- 10 stations electronic roulette
- 10 stations electronic blackjack
- 1 table English roulette
- 1 table blackjack
- 1 table Ultimate poker
- 1 Partouche Tab digital gaming table (including 7 mini-games such as electronic bingo)
Guests can avail of the Partouche loyalty program called the Players Plus, from which they can earn more points every time they play in the casino, as well as enjoy exclusive offers and rates. Furthermore, poker players can enjoy their favorite game through poker cash games and poker tournaments in the establishment.
The Casino Partouche Plouescat has a restaurant and a bar. The bar, located next to the gaming area, hosts live sports show broadcast and Saturday night concerts. It serves various beverages such as wine, beer, champagne, soda, whisky, cocktails, coffee, and tea, which are best paired with light snacks such as croque monsieur and tarts.
The restaurant, Le Kernic Bistrot, has access for persons with disability and free parking. It is open every day for lunch and dinner, while it serves its “Chef’s Suggestions” dishes, including duck foie gras, Caesar’s salad, beef tartare, burger, entrecote, and fish and chips. It also includes some beverages such as wine, mineral water, coffee, and tea.
The restaurant hosts set menus such as the children’s menu and the three-course Kernic menu.