Empire City Casino to go back to regular hours Wednesday
New Yorkers will soon be able to stay out later and enjoy their nights at certain entertainment values.
Empire City Casino in Yonkers is among the places which will soon return to some more normalcy.
It will go back to regular hours starting Wednesday.
That's because the state is lifting the curfew for casinos, bowling alleys, movie theaters, gyms and pool halls starting next week.
This means gamblers can play their favorite slots and games until 6 a.m. once again.
Capacity will still be capped at 25%, masks are mandatory and everyone will get a temperature check.
It's expected to bring a boost to the local economy desperate for additional revenue.
Despite the state loosening some restrictions, restaurants and bars must still close by 11 p.m. every night - that does not change next week.