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Cafe Amoré at Pala Casino Spa & Resort is open 24/7 for snacks or treats. (Ian Vaughan Productions) Quick eats: There are a lot of reasons to love Pala’s Coffee Amoré — how about more than 30 kinds of cakes, pastries, cookies, tarts, muffins and more? Or 14 types of sandwiches, eight flavors of ice cream, five breakfast options, three salads, fountain drinks, and about two dozen hot and cold coffee concoctions? Open 24/7, Coffee Amoré is strategically located at the crossroads of the hotel lobby, the casino and the entryway to the pool and spa area, making it convenient to wherever you’re headed. And as the primary eatery aimed at the customer in-a-hurry, the menu has several grab-and-go choices, including roast turkey on house-made focaccia bread, chicken salad on a croissant and veggie wraps. Hot-off-the-grill panini sandwiches come with french fries, onion rings, coleslaw or fresh fruit.

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A view of Rivers Casino and Resort on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, in Schenectady, N.Y.   (Paul Buckowski/Times Union) Photo: PAUL BUCKOWSKI / (Paul Buckowski/Times Union) "The reality is without the casino revenues, the city of Schenectady would have had upwards of a 6 ½ percent tax increase versus the last 3- or 4- years of having a tax decrease," added Polimeni. Last year, Schenectady  received $2.08 million from the downtown casino, $669,000 less than the $2.75 million budgeted. As a result, the city ended 2107 with a $1.68 million deficit. Over the past few years, the city has seen property taxes either hold steady or go down slightly. Asked Wednesday about the prospects of taxes going down, Mayor Gary McCarthy declined comment. But he did note that casino revenues are "improving slightly." He said he plans to present the tentative 2019 budget on or about Oct. 1. Finance Commissioner Tony Ferrari said Wednesday that the evolving budget is tight and that there were no plans for any layoffs. "I think the best we can work on is no increase," added Ferrari. While he also declined to talk specifics, he said that the casino revenue was on pace in 2018 to surpass what they made last year. Ferrari said at this point he has had meetings with supervisors in an effort to see where their department budgets can be trimmed.

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