Rosie’s Gaming Emporium is opening in Hampton. Here’s when.
The third Rosie’s — the largest yet — opened Monday in Richmond. A fourth is slated to open in October in Hampton Roads, and the owner — Colonial Downs Group, which operates the Colonial.
Under the Rosie’s Gaming Emporium brand, Colonial operates satellite HHR venues in Richmond, Hampton, Vinton, and New Kent. Related News Articles Virginia Casino Bills Race Against Saturday.
The potential Chesapeake site follows a Hampton groundbreaking on February 11 for another of the handful of Rosie’s locations. There is a Rosie’s in Vinton, Richmond, New Kent County, Hampton, and possibly one in Chesapeake if approved by the Chesapeake Board of Zoning Appeals on March 28.
VINTON, Va. (WDBJ7) Ronnie Patterson and Tina West were at the front of the line Thursday morning, as dignitaries cut the ribbon, and Rosie's Gaming Emporium opened its doors to the public.
Restaurants: 1 Hours: 8am-2am Daily Special Features: All games are based on past historical horse races and the results seen on the “slot machine-type” reels are for entertainment purposes only.
Vincent Jordan, General Manager at Hampton Rosie’s, added: “I am so pleased to be returning to Virginia where I previously served in the military to be part of this enthusiastic effort to bring fun, gaming, and economic development to the Hampton community.” Jordan has 20 years of experience in the gaming industry, most recently at Mount Airy Casino Resort in Pennsylvania.
RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The Colonial Downs Group is announcing it will temporarily close its Rosie’s locations in Richmond, Hampton, New Kent and Vinton at the end of business Sunday until Monday.