Newly remodeled bar now has a large game selection – buck hunter, golden tee, pool table and pinball machines. Remington Bar also has live poker 7 days a week and several casino machines. Remington Bar and Casino, Whitefish, Montana. 2,051 likes 4 talking about this 3,015 were here. Remington Bar and Casino is a great neighborhood bar that doubles as a premiere live music venue.
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Newly remodeled bar now has a large game selection – buck hunter, golden tee, pool table and pinball machines. Remington Bar also has live poker 7 days a week and several casino machines. Buy tickets for an upcoming concert at Remington Bar and Casino. List of all concerts taking place in 2020 at Remington Bar and Casino in Whitefish.
130 CENTRAL AVE, WHITEFISH, MT
Casino & Games
Food & Drink
THE WAIT IS OVER …
OPENING MONDAY MAY 4, 2020
Open daily from 11:00am – 11:00pm
We will be operating under strict physical distancing and reduced capacity protocols in accordance with State guidelines.
When visiting the restaurant or bar, please see a hostess. The hostess will seat you at a table with your party. Servers will be around to bring you beverages and food. Patrons will not be allowed to sit at the bar or go up to the bar.
MMGA – Making Mondays Great Again
Test your knowledge at our weekly trivia night. PBR tallboys and Hornitos Shot for $6. Kicks off Monday Feb 10th.
Sign up is at 6pm
Trivia starts at 7pm.
BAR TABS UP FOR GRABS
Pinball tournament, every Thursday at the Remington Bar and Casino.
Sign up is at 7pm
Tournament starts at 8pm.
Latin Fusion Food
Mama Blancas is the place to eat in Whitefish. It is conveniently located downtown Whitefish, adjacent to Remington Bar and Casino. This locally owned, family friendly restaurant serves hot-pressed sandwiches, burritos, tacos, desserts and more.
APPETIZERS: We offer a wide variety of appitizers from Nacho Mama’s, Carne Asada Fries, Mama Musccles, Shrimp Tati’s and more.
LUNCH/DINNER: Stop in for lunch or dinner. We have something for everyone – burritos, tacos, sandwiches, burgers, salads and more.
DESSERT: Save room for desesrt, especially the Tres Leches – “Three Milks” is a butter sponge cake soaked in sweetended milk. Topped with fresh toasted coconut, whipped cream, dulce dé leche, a bordeaux cherry.
BRUNCH: Served every Saturday & Sunday from 10:00AM – 2:00PM. Each brunch dish comes with one of the following cocktails: Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Caesar or Michelada.
130 CENTRAL AVE, WHITEFISH, MT
130 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT
The Remington Bar opened its doors in 1908 in downtown Whitefish. It is one the most historic bars in downtown Whitefish and remains one of the most popular hangout spots.
Interested in playing at the Remington Bar in Whitefish Montana? Email [email protected] today!
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — State and county health officials have started cracking down on businesses that aren’t enforcing Gov. Steve Bullock’s mask mandate, which was put in place in July to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services sought court approval in Flathead County to force four businesses to come into compliance with the mandate, the Flathead Beacon reported Friday.
The state is seeking temporary restraining orders against Sykes Diner and Mercantile in Kalispell, Remington Bar and Casino in Whitefish, Your Lucky Turn Tavern in Bigfork and Ferndale Market.
The governor’s mandate requires face coverings to be worn in all indoor spaces open to the public in counties that have four or more current cases of COVID-19. It also requires businesses to take “reasonable measures” to ensure customers, employees and others follow the mandate.
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Bullock announced planned legal action against Flathead County businesses on Thursday, saying county commissioners and the Flathead City-County health board responded to the recent spike in cases “by publicly offering support to residents who ignore the governor’s directives,” the complaint said.
The state is seeking a temporary injunction and a restraining order to prevent the businesses from violating the emergency orders.
Doug White, whose family has owned Your Lucky Turn for more than three decades, acknowledged some customers walk in without masks or remove face coverings in the casino. He says he has posted a sign with the state directive and provides masks and hand sanitizers to customers.
“What am I supposed to do?” White asked. “Accost people?”
“We try to comply with everything possible, but I have suppliers coming in here all the time not wearing a mask. What am I gonna say? I can’t accept your beer delivery because the guy’s not wearing a mask?” White asked.
The owner of the Ferndale Market was out of town and unavailable for comment Friday, a person who answered the phone there said. Pam Haase, the manager at Sykes Diner, said they had just been served with the complaint and wanted to read through it before commenting. The person who answered the phone at the Remington declined to comment.
Two of the businesses named in Friday’s filings — Sykes Diner and Ferndale Market — had been referred to County Attorney Travis Ahner, who said he declined to take action against the businesses because no specific outbreak had been linked to the locations.
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Montana reported a record 932 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and another 863 on Friday, bringing the case total since the pandemic began to just over 26,500. At least 282 people have died and 351 are hospitalized, state officials said.
The number of cases is thought to be far higher because people can have COVID-19 without having symptoms and not everyone has been tested.
Other counties are taking actions against businesses that aren’t enforcing the mask mandate.
Missoula County has ordered several businesses to comply with the COIVD-19 safety precautions or close down and has closed some that haven’t, the Missoulian reported.
Cascade County has issued “orders of correction” letters to the owners of three businesses for not complying with the mask mandates since August and has contacted others with educational calls. If the Cascade County businesses don’t comply, the county health department says the cases will be referred to the county attorney, the Great Falls Tribune reported.
Cascade County Health Officer Trisha Gardiner said Tuesday that the health department has contacted more than 200 businesses with regard to non-compliance with COVID-19 directives, such as masks, signs and building capacity limits.
The state does not track county enforcement efforts, health department spokesperson Jon Ebelt said.
Bullock on Friday provided a link to a consumer complaint form where the public can let health officials know of businesses or events that violate COVID-19 directives. The form is also used to report foodborne illnesses and other public health and safety issues.
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For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.