Built on the site of a Union Pacific Railroad Depot, a fashionable stop on the first train service through Las Vegas, the Plaza opened...
A gambling hall and hotel have stood on the corner of Fremont and Main Sts since 1906, just one year after the whistlestop railway town...
At the Cal, 'the hotel with aloha spirit' built in 1975, the dealers wear Hawaiian shirts – and more than 80% of the Cal's guests hail...
This upscale watering hole and restaurant was founded by Oscar B Goodman, the former mayor of Las Vegas. Here's a politician who has no...
Famous $1.99 shrimp cocktails (super-size 'em for $3.99).
1 Main St · interesting places nearby
The Dome information
This sports betting lounge with 16 big-screen TVs and two-buck beers is enclosed by a glass dome hovering at the west end of the Fremont Street Experience, as seen in Casino and Pay It Forward . We can’t vouch for the odds, but the view is unique.