Harrah's New Orleans re-opens after Ida

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Harrah's New Orleans Casino and Hotel has announced in a release that they are once again fully open for business for the first time since Hurricane Ida cut its path of devastation across Louisiana.

The resort heralded the reopening with a Facebook post, and will continue to abide by all city regulations regarding COVID-19.

Here's what's available to would-be Harrah's guests:

Hotel

Harrah’s New Orleans is now accepting hotel guests

Gaming

Slots
Table games
The Poker Room

Bars and Lounges

All casino bars

Restaurants

501 Coffee
Fuddruckers
Gordon Biersch Brewery
Grand Isle
Hoodoo Lounge
Lucky Dogs
Manning’s Sports Bar and Grill
McAlister’s Select
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse New Orleans
Starbucks Coffee
The Steakhouse Attractions

Fulton Alley is also open.

“As a native, I know that New Orleans has always been a city of resilience,” said Samir Mowad, senior vice president and general manager of Harrah’s New Orleans, in a release. “As we move forward on this road to recovery, all of us at Harrah’s New Orleans are committed to getting our vibrant city rolling again. We are happy to reopen our doors and while we know there is work ahead of us as a community, it’s work we will do together.”