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Sam Boyd's Fremont


The Fremont Hotel and Casino opened on May 18 (Jay's birthday)m 1956 as the tallest building in Nevada.  Part of the "Four Corners" at Casino Center Drive and Fremont Street (the other three are 4 Queens, Golden Nugget and Binion's).  

Make Reservations at the Fremont


A view inside the Fremont's casino.  Singer Wayne Newton got his start in Vegas at the Fremont.  The casino also has a nice buffet that recalls the "Old Vegas" in decor--the Paradise Buffet usually offers inexpensive breakfast and lunch prices.



Photo by Gil Davis


Looking south on Casino Center Drive--limousines are parked in front of the Fremont--further down the street the 4 Queens can be seen. 


The Wheel of Fortune at the Fremont. 


The gaming tables. 


Having an "Old Vegas" ambiance, the Fremont's Paradise Buffet has a nice selection of food and usually at a good price:  lunch often runs about $8.00. 


The Paradise Buffet provides an intimate setting with all of the foliage acting as partitions.



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