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Help..I can't remember the casino name

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Cohiba, May 21, 2012.

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  1. Cohiba

    Cohiba Tourist

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    Hey All,

    I was thinking back on my Vegas trips and there is a little casino I can't remember it's name.

    What I do remember: I think it was behind Bill's or the Flamingo. It was small, no ..or one table game, a few video games and the smallest dance/dj floor you'd ever see.

    The reason we went over there was for their dinner special...steak and lobster...cheap.

    Wife can't remember it at all,but I do. Help me out.

    Cohiba
     
  2. HoyaHeel

    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    Maxim, now Westin? I haven't been in, but it's behind Bill's (formerly BArbary COast). Or Bourbon Street?
     
  3. Fred C. Dobbs

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    That sounds like Bourbon Street. They did have blackjack and craps at one point, then maybe just a couple blackjack tables. For the last couple of years, they only had slots.

    The tiny dance floor was also the "showroom" which had some seriously low-rent shows at night, like "Dr. Naughty, the X-rated Hypnotist". It was a very small "room" blocked off mostly with heavy drapes.

    Fred C. Dobbs
     
  4. Cohiba

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    Sounds more like Bourbon Street. The more I think about it ,I think it was behind the Flamingo/Imperial Palace area. Very,very small casino...don't remember them having hotel rooms.

    Cohiba
     
  5. theshaah

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    Correct. It was Bourbon Street!
     
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