Strange lights in the sky. What is this???
Or could it be a casino or hotel??
If you are driving South on 169 through Shakopee at night, and look to the left you will see some lights off in the distance. Lights that form a large teepee. This is the signature look for Mystic Lake’s hotel and casino. A staple in the southwest metro area for their amazing shows and of course boasts one of the largest and best buffet’s in the Twin Cities if not this side of Las Vegas!
The Buffet at Mystic Lake
From their website:
Let’s go fresh. From the moment you walk in you realize this is a whole new way to do buffet. With a nod to cuisine from around the globe, all the flavors are fresh and authentic. It’s also a visual feast with quality and detail in every presentation. In addition to the regular lunch and dinner offerings, bring your friends and your appetite to our Friday Fish Fry & Steak night, our Champagne Sunday Brunch featuring a build-your-own bloody Mary bar, or our legendary Wednesday Seafood night. Who knew dining could be so much fun.
Entertainment at the Mystic Lake Ballroom
Now we are focusing on the buffet and all of it’s deliciousness, but Mystic Casino also offers some of the best entertainment in the Twin Cities. The Mystic ballroom has artists like Bret Michaels, Marilyn Manson, Sarah McLachlan and REO Speedwagon all in the next 4 months coming to town!
Accommodations at Mystic Lake Hotel
From their website:
Let’s go for comfort. With so much fun and excitement going on at Mystic Lake it’s nice to know you can recharge in one of our 600 spacious rooms. But the luxury and pampering don’t stop when your head hits the pillow. Enjoy free Wi-Fi and valet parking, an indoor pool, whirlpool and sauna, an on-site spa and complimentary access to Dakotah! Sport and Fitness. It’s the perfect way to stay and play.
Now here is a video to make your mouth water and make you hungry on your Sunday! PS: They are open daily and today for dinner from 4:30pm – 10:00pm!
So have you been to Mystic Lake? Do you think this is a UFO or strobe lights? Let us know in the comments!