According to a recent permit filing, alterations are planned for an existing kitchen located within Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway, located at 777 Hollywood Blvd. While the permit doesn’t outline what the alterations will entail, the cost of the project is $150,000. The dining options at the gaming facility currently include eateries such as the full-service restaurant Skybox Sports Bar, as well as Zombie Dogz, Take 2 Grill and more, according to information found on its website.
What Now Columbus reached out to a representative with Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway for more information, but didn’t receive an immediate response. The facility, which is part of Penn Entertainment, offers live entertainment such as bands performing at onsite H Lounge, as well as sports betting, gaming and horserace betting, according to information found on its website.
As further detailed on its website, Penn Entertainment operates 43 casinos and racetracks, as well as hotels and resorts located throughout North America.