The Deadwood Mountain Grand announced Friday that it will suspend its operations due to the coronavirus outbreak. Table games and two restaurants closed at 10pm on Friday, March 20. The slots, video poker and electronic table games will operate until 3am Sunday morning, March 22. The hotel will close after guests check out on Monday, March 23.
The Deadwood Mountain Grand is home to a hotel, concert venue and casino. It is currently for sale, as reported by the Rapid City Journal. The asking price is $27.5 million.
The Deadwood Mountain Grand was the first casino in town to announce a complete closure. However, Saloon No. 10 will close sooner. That casino already closed its poker room and table games earlier this week, leaving only its slots and bar open. It also canceled other special events at that time. The company announced on its Facebook page that it will suspend all operations at 9pm Saturday, March 21.
The only other announced closure in town is at Silverado. The poker room there closed earlier this week. The casinos and Silverado and its sister casino Franklin remain open.
The Lodge at Deadwood suspended promotions but kept the casino open, including its poker room. The poker room at Cadillac Jack’s is also open, leaving two of the four in town dealing cards amid the coronavirus pandemic that has closed nearly all other poker rooms in the country, many by government order.