Casino 36 Stockport

Situated towards the outer fringes of the town centre. Casino 36 Stockport is situated on the corner of St Petersgate and High Bank Side. Looking at first glance like a typical town centre pub from the distance, on closer inspection things get a little bit more confusing with the artistic murals on the windows that depict various sports, such as fencing. However, look above the door and the huge red neon ‘CASINO’ sign is visible which leaves you in no doubt as to what it is.

Casino 36 in Stockport is your typical small town casino. You’re not going to find the glitz and glamour of London casinos, nor will you find fine dining and amazing entertainment. What you will find is good honest gaming and food that may not inspire, but is fresh, tasty and well cooked.


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  • Opening Hours: The casino is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week; Electronic games are available from noon to 6am while gaming tables are available from 2:30pm to 6am
  • Dress Code: Smart casual
  • Membership: None required
  • Getting There: Stockport is six-miles south of Manchester and is well served by public transport with numerous buses and trains operating
  • Parking: There’s a decent selection of on-street parking available, as well as some car parks, which offer a more secure parking option

Casino Games

As a smaller, regional casino, you’re never going to find lots of different types of casino games, but you do get a fair selection here at Casino 36 Stockport. This includes Roulette, Electronic Roulette, Three Card Poker and a range of slots. The slots were very popular on our visit and you can find all of your usual favourites here.


Poker cash games and tournaments are played at the Casino 36 Stockport, as well as games of Mahjong. Rummy is also played every Wednesday. Unfortunately, if you want to know exactly when the cash games and tournaments are running you will have to call them up as their website at the time of writing redirects to their Wolverhampton sister casino.

Food and Drink

There’s a restaurant and bar at the Casino 36 Stockport and like we said in our introduction, don’t go expecting fine dining. What you do get, however, is what we would describe as good pub fayre, which seems to be what the general consensus wants in a Stockport casino. The bar area serves its purpose well and stocks a good range of drinks and has plenty of seating to take some time out away from the tables.