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 Las Vegas Club (aka Vegas Club)

  

In 1930, the Las Vegas Club was only the second establishment in Vegas to feature a neon sign.  Aka the Vegas Club, the hotel usually had dirt-cheap rates.  The casino is sports-themed featuring the Sports Hall of Fame.  The hotel towers were closed in late April, 2013.  The entire casino was closed at Midnight on August 18, 2015.

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The casino as seen from the Fremont Street entrance on the southeast corner.  The metal-work next to the tables is the "Fetish Pit" where scantily-clad women dance on busy nights. 

 
 

The casino as seen from just-inside the doors located on the south-west corner along Main St.

 

The signage along the Fremont Street Experience. 

 
 

A small restaurant food court located near the South Tower elevators  

 

"You catch 'em, we cook 'em."  Catch a live lobster with the claw--only $2.00 a try. 

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