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Dave Allen's influence upon the project has been woven


through the fabric of Napoleons Casino & Restaurant


Te £8m venue is part of the A&S Leisure Group, the UK’s largest privately-owned casino operator with venues including Napoleons Casino & Restaurant in Sheffield, Leeds, Bradford and Hull; and the Owlerton Greyhound Stadium in Sheffield.


Located adjacent to the newly minted Hotel Brooklyn and directly facing Manchester's Chinatown district, the new Napoleons Casino & Restaurant has created 120 jobs in the city with an offer that includes American roulette, punto banco, blackjack and three card poker, plus electronic roulettes and slots from both Novomatic and IGT.


Facilities include a heated covered outdoor smoking terrace, complementary valet parking for evening guests, a striking cocktail bar, plus a contemporary private dining room and restaurant overlooking the gaming floor. Te design of the casino fell under the purview of architects Chapman Taylor, while the build was the responsibility of global fit out and technology construction services provider, ISG.


Manchester. An influential part of the casino business in the UK for over 50 years, the casino has been a long-term project and marks the return to the city for the Chairman, who in his youth played with his band at the Ritz ballroom on Oxford


Street. And it's this atmosphere that lingers in the air at 57 Portland Street.


A&S Leisure announced prior to opening that it had appointed Debbie Phillips as General Manager. G3 visited the new casino the morning following opening night to interview Soteris Scholarios, Casino Operations Director, Napoleons Casino.


THREADING THE NEEDLE Fitting the new club within the competitive


casino environment in Manchester is one of the many hurdles Mr. Scholarios and his team need


to clear. "Our first challenge is to establish ourselves as a credible alternative to our well- run corporate rivals,” states Mr. Scholarios.


Napoleons is a family business, part of the A&S Leisure Group that's run by Chairman Dave Allen and Chief Executive, Mark Allen. And despite the 'largest indie label,' with around 700+ employees, the management structure of the business remains lean, with quick decisive decision- making. It's this involvement and support from a private company that has enabled Napoleons Manchester to open its doors during this incredibly difficult period.


Dave Allen's influence upon the project has been woven through the fabric of Napoleons Casino & Restaurant Manchester. An influential part of the casino business in the UK for over 50 years, the casino has been a long-term project and marks the return to the city for the Chairman, who in his youth played with his band at the Ritz ballroom on Oxford Street. And it's this atmosphere that lingers in the air at 57 Portland Street. Te club is obviously a non-smoking


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