Cusescoops- Add dancing to the list of activities that can be done at Turning Stone Resort and Casino.
The Oneida Indian Nation’s latest venture at the resort is a nightclub set to open in mid-May.
Lava – a 21,000-square-foot nightclub – will join the gambling, concerts and events, golf courses, restaurants, and spa offerings at Turning Stone.
“Hopefully, it’ll provide more entertainment and more options,” says Andrew Lee, vice president of food and beverage services at the resort. Work on the $10 million construction project began last fall. The Princeton Companies, based in Purcellville, Va., is the architectural designer and builder. Zausmer-Frisch Design and Buildings of Syracuse is the interior designer for the two-level club. The club is located on the west end of the resort. Features will include 60-foot high ceilings and three waterfalls. Along with state-of-the-art video and light equipment, the club will also have valet parking.
“We also have an outdoor heated area with cabanas,” Turning Stone’s Lee says. That area will provide 5,000 square feet of outdoor heated space in the fall and spring.
The club will also open up with no alcohol. I don’t think dancing, hanging out with douche, and sitting on velvet couches really mix with drinking”, a Turning Stone spokesperson stated. “I think people want to come here, listening to this amazingly loud, thumping music til 4am sober. That’s where we see this clubbing trend heading. we will offer a full bar of fruit juices, hot tea’s, a variety of milk options and capri sun.”