Fremont Street Experience
A five-block pedestrian mall topped by an arched steel canopy and filled with computer-controlled lights, the Fremont Street Experience,...
Binion's gambling hall and hotel was opened in 1951 by notorious Texan gambler Benny Binion, who wore gold coins for buttons on his...
Check out the polished brass and white leather seats in the casino: day or night, the Golden Nugget is downtown's poshest address. With...
Chicago Brewing Company
Besides just a dozen bar stools, this brewpub outlet also has cigar-friendly club chairs overlooking the casino floor. A handmade pizza...
Second Street Grill
At this downtown rococo gem, you can score a 16oz T-bone steak with all the trimmings for less than $25; the rack of lamb is also a hit....
200 E Fremont St · interesting places nearby
The Fremont casino hotel has been packing 'em in since 1956, when it opened as downtown's first high-rise and the tallest building in Nevada. Separating it from the motley pack was wall-to-wall carpeting – almost all of the other nearby casinos still had sawdust floors then. It was here that legendary lounge singer Wayne Newton (aka Mr Las Vegas) launched his career. Despite these firsts, the Fremont has since slipped into mediocrity. With its weak tropical motif, the 32,000-sq-ft casino is nothing special, except for its purple felt tables and location in the middle of the Fremont Street Experience, which has made it a favorite with many gamblers, not to mention film buffs for its covert role in the movie Swingers . Like its sister casino hotel, the Cal, it welcomes planeloads of travelers from Hawaii.