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While dining on a juicy filet mignon at Final Cut Steak & Seafood, you’ll enjoy the natural beauty just outside. Most tables have vistas of the flowing Maumee River, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows accented with lavish gold curtains on one side of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star dinner-only restaurant. However, what’s especially notable about the restaurant’s views are what you can’t see: any of the casino that houses the restaurant. While you’ll pass through the gaming floor to reach the restaurant on the first floor of the Hollywood Casino, once you’re inside there is no trace of gambling. You won’t be disturbed by flashing lights from the floor, pings from slot machines or whoops from big winners. Even though the Toledo restaurant is in a casino, dining there is an experience unto itself.