The bar is open for Mystic Lake diners

  • Article by: PAUL WALSH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 8, 2012 - 6:09 AM

Casino is betting on alcohol sales to help boost revenues.

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neilandkrisNov. 7, 12 2:26 PM

Finally!!!!

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briandmNov. 7, 12 3:14 PM

Oh gee, you can't put in slots because we'll have to sell alchohol then. Oh wait, we will anyway. Time to take away their monopoly and start competing with them!

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KBORGYNov. 7, 12 3:35 PM

What about the addition of racetrack betting?

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elmore1Nov. 7, 12 3:58 PM

Time for an alchohol free casino in downtown Mpls.

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beaver88Nov. 7, 12 4:06 PM

Gambling is fine but why would you spend your money at Mystic Lake? Do you know where that money goes? I'd rather pay 8 bucks for a beer in Vegas.

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dowdownNov. 7, 12 4:16 PM

How about just legalizing and taxing pot and hookers to get America back on track? Or would that be cutting too deeply into the undeground economy?

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donm251Nov. 7, 12 8:01 PM

And the City of Prior Lake is in the process of hiring another police officer. Scott County courts are going to collecting a lot of fines and filling the jail cells.

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squarnNov. 7, 12 9:20 PM

It's about time!

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ScottSimonNov. 7, 12 9:23 PM

Sports betting! Thats what we really need in Downtown Mpls.

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corkytNov. 8, 12 7:46 AM

My family went to that steakhouse at least once per month when I was younger. Once they jacked up the prices for food out there it was no more dinner at Mystic. Not enough value from a price/quality standpoint to support a Casino restaurant or golf course. Until the prices are better than other options in town I won't be a customer. $6 20 oz taps? No thanks!

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