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Provo's lone casino may not hold that distinction for long (two resorts in the pipeline, the Ritz-Carlton on Grace Bay and a luxury hotel in Turtle Cove, plan in-house casinos). But the Casablanca is currently one of the few spots for real late-night action on the island, where most folks have sunset cocktails to live music, eat dinner, and then call it a day. Don't expect Vegas; don't even expect St. Maarten: Casablanca is smallish, with just 25 slot machines. Still, the casino chugs along into the wee hours (5am) with a gambling menu of roulette, blackjack, craps, and baccarat. (Note that you'll have to pass through airport-style security to even get in the door.)