North Las Vegas resort Texas Station offers hospitality and Texas-sized entertainment options, including the Dallas Events Center, a 2,000-seat concert venue, as well as the South Padre nightclub, an 18-screen movie theater and a 60-lane bowling center.
Texas Station boasts the same friendly atmosphere of its sister Vegas establishments (Boulder, Palace, Santa Fe and Sunset Stations — plus, Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa), but combines it with the charm, attitude and flavor of the Lone Star State.
At just over 47 acres with a 125,000-square-foot casino, elbow room is plentiful at Texas Station. A wide variety of gaming options — more than 2,000 slot and video poker machines, 27 table games, a 486-seat bingo hall and live keno — make the resort ideal for those looking to challenge lady luck.
Several full-service restaurants — Austins Steakhouse (winner of numerous Las Vegas best steakhouse awards), Texas Star Oyster Bar, the Grand Cafe, a giant buffet and a number of other eateries — provide great dining. Enjoy a drink and piano music at the A-Bar before your dinner or stop by the Martini Bar afterward and have one of their metropolitan cocktails with a Western flavor.
South Padre plays host to live musical acts and has a dance floor. Play billiards in the Splitz Bar. The Dallas Events Center, meanwhile, hosts big-name entertainment.
The entire family will enjoy the 18-screen Regal Cinemas, which offers everything from Hollywood blockbusters to independent films in plush comfort and state-of-the-art dazzle, with stadium seating and THX stereo. And did we mention the 24-hour, 60-lane bowling center that features Cosmic Bowling on Fridays and Saturdays?
There’s a lot to do deep in the heart of Texas. You had better get moseying along, partner, or it’s going to pass you by.