One of downtown Las Vegas’ most brilliant treasures, Main Street Station Casino, Brewery & Hotel is just steps from the Fremont Street Experience but years apart.
Filled almost to overflowing with antiques, rarities and memorabilia — including a chandelier from Paris’ renowned Figaro Opera House and a section of the Berlin Wall — there’s something here to impress nearly everyone, even before one samples Main Street Station’s terrific hospitality. Hanging above the table games are antique fixtures from the Coca-Cola Building in Austin, Texas. There is stained glass from singer/actress Lillian Russell’s mansion. The hotel offers a brochure so you can take your own self-guided tour to discover the treasures that await throughout the property.
Without a doubt, however, the star attraction is the Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery. With oysters, sushi, gourmet pizzas and garlic herb french fries that simply can’t be beat, there are plenty of great tastes to accompany the establishment’s handcrafted brews.
Main Street Station also boasts one of the best buffets around. The Garden Court Buffet has a one-of-a-kind atmosphere (imagine a vaulted ceiling with countless chandeliers and ceiling fans) paired with every culinary delight imaginable.
After eating, one has a wide range of options available: enjoying the 28,000-square-foot casino, wandering over to Fremont Street for the spectacular light and sound shows, or retiring to one of more than 400 luxurious, wood-accented rooms.
True to its name, Main Street Station is one of downtown’s main attractions. Whether visiting or staying overnight, a lengthy stop here isn’t only recommended but also unavoidable, and for the best possible reasons.