Looking for a quick snack, refreshing beverage or hearty meal?
The Food Court at Meadows Casino features a wide variety of local restaurants to satisfy your cravings.
Whether it's a fresh hoagie or tasty salad from the Deli, a fish fry sandwich or hand-carved turkey dinner from Fish & Chips, or a decadent dessert from Coffee & Sweets, we think you'll find something you'll absolutely love at the Food Court.
The deli features locally made meats from Silver Star Meats, breads from Bread Works, hoagies, sandwiches, salads and New York deli-style sides.
You can also pick up deli meats by the pound or order party platters to make hosting events easier.
Sunday-Thursday 11AM – 10PM Friday-Saturday 11AM – 11PM View Menu Party Platter Menu Our hand-tossed dough is what makes this the best pizza around.
Enjoy pizza, calzones, hot subs, tossed to order pasta, warm flat bread, salad and more.
Monday-Thursday 11AM – 11PM Friday-Saturday 11AM – 2AM Sunday 24 hours View Menu Offering Sarris Candy, a wide variety of premium desserts and Hershey's hand-dipped ice cream, we are sure to offer something to satisfy your sweet tooth.
“Whether you’re making music or you’re making a movie, you do whatever you have to be great, and make it memorable,” says Ice Cube. Dre, Eazy-E, MC Ren, and DJ Yella – released their archetypal gangsta rap masterpiece (Ruthless/Priority, 1989), the group’s 2016 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, with an introductory speech by their spiritual heir Kendrick Lamar, is a mark of how far Cube has come.
“Whether it’s cassettes, wax, or digital downloads, VHS tapes, satellite TV or Netflix, people don’t care what format it’s in as long as the content is quality.” Actor, writer, producer, director, rapper, father – reigning renaissance king could be a good term to describe the one and only Ice Cube. If there’s an irony in this, it’s that the mean mug that originally made Cube so formidable as a rapper is the same face that often makes him so entertaining as an actor. “I perfected it long before I ever thought of being in a movie.
Coming of age in 1980s Los Angeles, Cube experienced the roiling stew of street knowledge, sports fanaticism, and social injustice in a city at the forefront of hip-hop's expansion from local sound to global phenomenon. Although I admit that it does work great in the movies.” The distance between, say, a brutal dis track like “No Vaseline” (from 1991’s might seem like a million miles. Music fans of a certain vintage will ride hard for Cube, perhaps placing premium preference on his unimpeachable first three solo albums, From that auspicious beginning, Cube has become one of the most bankable, likeable names in Hollywood as a writer, actor, and producer.
His production company, Cube Vision, founded in 1995, has now passed two decades making memorable films. A biopic “I don’t want to give away all the herb and spices,” Cube says, “but one key to a successful sequel is to treat it like its own standalone movie, not like just a piece of a franchise.