Oneida Expansions, Renovations On Track

Officials of the Oneida Tribe in Wisconsin said it will complete $28 million in renovation and expansion projects this spring. The Ashwaubenon property will add a smoke-free gaming area and a Vince Lombardi-themed restaurant. The West Mason Street casino will add the state's first Countryville Bar & Grill.

The Oneida Tribe of Indians is on track to finish million in expansion and renovation projects at its casinos in Ashwaubenon and Green Bay, Wisconsin this spring, tribal officials announced.

At the Oneida Casino in Ashwaubenon, attached to the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, the main gaming floor will be renovated and the atrium will become a smoke-free gaming area. Three new restaurants will be completed, including Vince Lombardi’s Legendary Sports Bar & Grill, named for the Green Bay Packers coach and featuring memorabilia from the Lombardi family’s private collection. In addition, the location will offer a three-station food court with Boar’s Head deli, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Express and Chicken Fry.

At the tribe’s West Mason Street casino, the poker room will be incorporated into the main casino and the state’s first Countryville Bar & Grill, presented by the American Music Awards, will be added, featuring memorabilia from country music stars of the past and present.