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Silver Sevens and Klondike on Sunset

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by bnlphan, Apr 23, 2017.

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  1. bnlphan

    bnlphan Degenerate In Training

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    As I mentioned in the Skyline thread I'm on a mission to seek out some of the smaller casinos in town. Wondering if anyone here has a review of any of the places. I hear the cafe at Klondike is very good.
     
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    The Silver Sevens is an excellent "small casino". The buffet is only "life sustaining", but priced accordingly.

    Another casino to try is the Eureka casino at 595 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104

    The Chinese restaurant, Fat Choy's is supposed to be very good.
     
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    Agree at Silver Sevens buffet.

    Eureka is a very small casino, but they do have some fun games.

    We love Fat Choy, but the last two times we were in there the food hasn't been up to previous standards. They may, or may not, make the cut for our upcoming trip. I'm afraid it might be 3 strikes and you're out. But then again, maybe it will be back to normal. We'll see!

    I've heard the same about this.

    A fun place we visited was Emerald Island in Henderson. It was cute, clean, fun and everyone was very nice. Sign up and play just a bit and you will earn a free entrée in the excellent café. There are also coupons in the MRB if you have one of those. There are a couple of other small casinos in the very near vicinity that we keep threatening to check out as well. Love the little local joints!
     
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    On our last visit, my family paid a visit to Sarah's Kitchen @ the Klondike on the way to Hoover Dam and was very satisfied. The breakfast special is fantastic. The food was good, featuring your standard eggs/hash browns/sausage/toast breakfast. It was not greasy, and the portion was very generous. I was a little annoyed at my son, 8 years old at the time, who insisted on the pancakes without bacon, which was about $2 more than the pancakes with bacon, but it wasn't really worth making a scene over. We were there mid-week between Christmas and New Years. It was not crowded, and there was one other family with kids in the restaurant, which was not a problem for anyone.

    Service was very good, and the wait staff deserve to be tipped way more than 15% on your $1.49 breakfast, since they are working just as hard as someone serving at the peppermill or hash house where prices are about 10x what you are paying here. The casino itself smells like an old dirty ashtray but the restaurant is fine, and you need only hold your breath for the walk of about 15 steps from the casino's west(?) entrance to the diner. The casino slot club had an interesting promo when we visited, in which they were raffling off an old slot machine. I entered but was not present for the drawing, so I was thus unable to claim the prize, assuming I won.
     
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