Arrived 7/3 and booked through 7/7. Writing review now because I’m not sure we’ll stay. As another reviewer mentioned, the post-Covid opening has been disappointing in terms of gambling. I, too, expected tight slots but to not get a single bonus after pumping hundreds in slots is disappointing and since there’s not much else to do at the moment with pool, spa and most restaurants closed, I don’t see a point in staying.Some positives - the room was very clean upon arrival and housekeeping has been very accommodating with extra pillows, towels, etc. Our Bayview Tower room had a fantastic view of the front of the casino and the boardwalk in the distance. Gordon Ramsay Steak Under the Stars is a must! Truly the highlight of this trip. The seating was comfortable and well distanced from other tables. Food was wonderful as always. AC Burger was great for takeout as well. The food stayed hot as we schlepped it back to our room. And the dealers we have encountered have been friendly. Also, it seemed like everyone was compliant with the mask requirement.Now for the bad - it seems they are way over 25% capacity but that could be because of the holiday. When you enter the building, you’re asked a few questions regarding your health and as long as you answer no, you’re allowed entry. No temperature checks and it seems like depending on the entrance you choose (i.e. - front or back) you may not be asked anything at all. I did, however, see security and staff enforcing mask requirements and providing masks to those without which were few. Dining options were shockingly limited. Only one food court option open (pizza), Tazza (24 hours). Coastal Craft offering breakfast on the pool deck in the mornings and Gordon Ramsay taking that space in the evenings and AC Burger. That’s it. If you’re hope is to just stay in the hotel your entire stay, you may find yourself bored with the food options quickly. Slots are the tightest I’ve ever experienced and good luck finding a blackjack table for less than $25 minimum. Oh, and this really offended me, while they can’t let you drink anywhere in the casino, they had a pop up wine bar by the elevators selling beer and wine to take to your room. This is great for those who want to purchase but I think for rated players, they could’ve given vouchers for a free bottle a day (or something based on play) to make up for the lack of free cocktails. I love Harrah’s and have been coming here for years but I would strongly suggest waiting to visit until indoor dining and drinking can resume.