3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | 866-815-4365 | New York-New York
New York-New York features the Big Apple’s most iconic symbols plus a roller coaster and plenty of affordable restaurant options. The casino features about 60 table games and over 1000 slots. There is a high limit slot and table game section. Bars offer video poker. There is also a small BetMGM sportsbook.
New York-New York is located next to Park MGM. T-Mobile Arena, home of the Vegas Golden Knights NHL team, is immediately behind the property.
There is no poker room at New York-New York. The closest is at MGM Grand.
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New York-New York casino
At just over 50,000 square feet, New York-New York is one of the smaller Las Vegas Strip casinos. It is mostly slots. Video poker is only found at the bars and in a small section near the hotel front desk. There is a large stadium setup with baccarat, blackjack, craps, and double zero roulette available on the sportsbook side of the casino.
There are around 60 live table games at New York-New York. This includes baccarat, blackjack, crapless craps, craps, roulette, and a few poker pit games in the front pit. Minimum bets usually start at $10 or $15.
There are two eight-deck 3/2 blackjack tables in the back pit. The high limit salon deals double-deck and six-deck 3/2 blackjack. It is only open during peak hours. Players may double down on any two cards and the dealer hits soft 17 at all New York-New York blackjack tables. The shoe games add surrender and re-split aces.
Double zero and triple zero roulette are dealt at New York-New York. Craps and crapless craps have 3-4-5 times odds. The field pays triple on 12.
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Entertainment at New York-New York
New York-New York has a wide selection of entertainment options. The Big Apple Arcade is family-friendly. Games include Skee-Ball, Air Hockey, NBA Fever, and more.
Guests looking for a thrill can take a ride on The Big Apple Coaster. The roller coaster travels through a replica of the New York harbor, which includes a 150-foot model of the Statue of Liberty as well as several of Manhattan’s popular buildings. And to make things even more fun, the roller coaster trains are designed like New York taxicabs.
Mad Apple by Cirque du Soleil is a mix of high-flying acrobatics, music, dance, comedy, and magic celebrating the city that never sleeps. Starring comedian and magician Harrison Greenbaum, Mad Apple blurs the lines between circus, live entertainment, and New York nightlife culture.
Terry Fator got his big break when he won NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” in 2007. Fator won $1 million and a gig to perform on the Strip. He has a residency show Terry Fator: Who’s the Dummy Now? In it, he brings to life his cast of puppet co-stars.
Dining and drinks at New York-New York
There is a large selection of restaurants at New York-New York. Many are close to the casino floor while others are located in more family-friendly areas of the property. Two food courts offer quick bite options.
- 48th and Crepe – French cuisine. Breakfast and lunch.
- America – American cuisine.
- Beerhaus – American bar fare and craft beer.
- Broadway Burger Bar and Grill – Black Angus beef burgers.
- Chin Chin – Asian Restaurant and Sushi Bar – Chinese cuisine.
- Gallagher’s Steakhouse – Business casual. Steak and seafood.
- Gonzalez y Gonzalez – Southwestern Mexican cuisine.
- Hello Kitty Cafe – Pop-up cafe.
- Il Fornaio – Italian cuisine.
- Luke’s Lobster – Maine Lobster.
- Nine Fine Irishmen – Irish pub fare.
- Nusr-Et – Business casual. Steakhouse.
- NYNY Food Hall – Quick bites.
- New York Pizzeria
- Wing Zone
- Shake Shack – Burgers and shakes.
- Starbucks – Coffee and quick bites.
- Tom’s Watch Bar – Sports bar.
- Top Round – Roast beef sandwiches.
- Village Street Eateries – Quick bites
- Greenwich Coffee
- Fulton’s Fish Fry
- Greenburg’s Deli
- Sirrico’s Pizza
- Times Square To Go
Check-in: 3pm | Check-out: 11am | Resort Fee: $37 per night
New York-New York is a moderately priced and family-friendly hotel on the Strip. Dog-friendly rooms are also available for an additional charge. All rooms are nonsmoking and feature hairdryers, iron/ironing boards, in-room safes, and alarm clock radios.
The 350-square-foot standard rooms feature either a king or two queen beds. Remodeled premier rooms have 450 square feet of space. These also have either a single king or two queens. Suites provide guests with additional space, room features, and amenities.
New York-New York Casino FAQ
What are the craps odds at New York-New York?
Craps and crapless craps have 3-4-5 times odds. The field pays triple on 12.
What roulette games are dealt at New York-New York?
Double zero roulette and triple zero roulette are available at New York-New York.
Is there a poker room at New York-New York?
There is no poker room at New York-New York. There is one across the street at MGM Grand.
Are there any 3/2 blackjack games at New York-New York?
There are two 3/2 blackjack tables on the casino floor at New York-New York. The other tables pay 6/5. The salon has 3/2 blackjack at higher limits. However, its hours are limited.
Is there a sportsbook at New York-New York?
There is a small BetMGM sportsbook on the north end of the property.
Last updated: May 28, 2023