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Self-described as 'The Jewel of Downtown', the Main Street Station is a neato joint just on the outskirts of the Fremont Street hubub. Built on the site of the abandoned Main Street Station Hotel, the revamped Main Street Station casino joint opened its doors in November 1996, with 420 spacious rooms (big by downtown standards) a large and bitchin' buffet, an onsite brewery, . Included in the unique restaurant lineup, is the first downtown microbrewery - The Triple 7 BrewPub offering five hand - crafted brews, a menu designed to compliment the brews and nightly entertainment. This is the very same station where the railroad first made its way through Las Vegas... the history in this neighborhood is pretty amazing, and the hoteliers at the Main Street Station have done a great job procuring and displaying artifacts and antiques from the pioneer days. Fab!

Main Street Station Cool Stuff:

Be sure to grab a taste of the on-site Brewery at the Main Street Station
Main Street Station offers a shuttle to Sam's Town and the Strip.

The Real Deal on Main Street Station:

Main Street Station's casino is an amalgam of pieces and parts to elegant and odd historical places from around the world. Sort of like a minature collage in the Hearst Castle sense of the word... a mantle from here, a urinal from there, a fire place from here a prehistoric video poker machine from some other place - this joint is a crazy quilt of "stuff". While this may depict a Sanford & Son image in your mind - rest assured the design and presentation is elegant, rich and seamless. It's a fantastic joint to stay at and gamble.

The Casino at Main Street Station

Blackjack, Craps (20x odds), Roulette, Baccarat, Big Six, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let it Ride, Three Card Poker, Slots (Ticket - no coins), Video Poker... the usual suspects.

The Rooms at Main Street Station

The rooms at Main Street Station were upgraded in 2008 to include flat panel TVs and sleeker decor inside their always comfy spacious digs If you're looking for something different downtown, definitely consider giving Main Street Station a shot. It's slightly off the beaten track, but therein lies its charm.

Suites - very spacious suites have a large living area seperated from the bedroom with French doors. All the furnishings are top notch and its very very nicely designed. Make some huge bets and this room can be yours.

The Restaurants at Main Street Station

Pullman Bar & Grille offers upscale dining on the steakhouse tip. Seafood, poultry and landfood are equally represented in their menu. The Pullman Bar & Grille is closed on Mondays. Garden Court Buffet - all you can eat, stuff yourself to the gills its that good buffet. Price ranges from $5.99-13.99 - its a truly great deal. Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery - a must see for beer lovers. Triple 7 offers a great array of award-winning Ales, Lagers, Porters and Stouts as well as a "Brew of the Month".

Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 6 Butler posted on 10th December 2014 :

Great beer, charming environment, nice rooms, walkway to the Cal sports book, crap odds - and why do I play video poker anywhere else?

My Rating: 4 jet1085 posted on 26th March 2014 :

Good Micro Brew, Good Gambling, Good Value.....Just damn solid

My Rating: 5 saharalv posted on 13th March 2014 :

The "eat a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich during the first night in Vegas" tradition might beat the "have a beer at Monte Carlo Pub when first entering town" tradition.

My Rating: 6 toastcmu posted on 13th September 2012 :

Loved staying here - plenty of good video poker, plus the scratch cards add a few bucks here or there for your 4 of a kind. Microbrews for all! Only casino I've been at where the dealers talk my ears off just because they want to.

My Rating: 4 jkconey posted on 11th July 2012 :

Small casino, good buffet, old time feel.

My Rating: 4 SalSagev posted on 7th January 2012 :

A cool place to explore and well worth the walk from Fremont to visit this little beauty. We spent an enjoyable hour simply wondering around and locating the antiques Boyd collected from around the world. They provide a brochure map with descriptions of the antique items to those interested. The casino bar with the large bronze boar statue is simply beautiful and has become one of our favorite Vegas spots to sip on a drink and relax. They make their own tasty microbrew beer, have the best buffet downtown and is easy to get to via the enclosed walkway to the larger California casino. A little lacking on the fun-o-meter, but for what it is MSS is a gorgous spot to spend a few hours.

My Rating: 4 Blonde4ever posted on 9th April 2011 :


My Rating: 5 DyceKid posted on 6th April 2011 :

Looks nice, and I won at least $500 from this one ladies hot roll out there. Niiiiiiiiiiiice.

My Rating: 5 TheVegasKing posted on 16th March 2011 :

Any place I can get free micro brews while gambling at the craps table is all right with me. Taking a drunken piss on the Berlin Wall ain't too shabby as well.

My Rating: 3 SanFranBob posted on 17th January 2011 :

Good place downtown and the micro brews are pretty good. Never have stayed there, but just waiting for the offer.

My Rating: 4 sinecure posted on 31st July 2010 :

Above average buffet, very friendly atmosphere. $1 micro brewed beer! a brew pub on site with some very good beer. Haven't stayed here, but do enjoy the casino atmosphere.

My Rating: 4 VegasSolo posted on 24th July 2010 :

Love the Triple 7 Brew Pub and the general atmosphere of this casino. I'd stay here if I didn't want to stay in a hotel with a pool.

My Rating: 6 BigHoss posted on 7th April 2010 :

I love this place. The rooms are nothing to write home about unless you really love shoulder-height showerheads in antiquated bathrooms. However, the gambling is great -- friendly dealers, quick cocktail waitresses, great VP options. The Boar's Head Bar serves up the beer made onsite at Triple Seven, which is also a great place to eat. Really, I should just stay here every time because I spend a lot of time here.

My Rating: 3 Trevelbond posted on 16th October 2009 :

The second nicest place downtown.

My Rating: 5 mitchyT posted on 11th February 2009 :

Beer comas and serious video poker sessions. Clean rooms with small bathrooms.

My Rating: 5 Rodman posted on 25th November 2008 :

The Brewry

My Rating: 6 Vegasgrl1067 posted on 25th September 2008 :

Brew Pub.....vibe....need I say more?

My Rating: 3 krazyk posted on 30th November 1999 :

Nice joint! and great food! but I'm not much of a fan of staying in downtown.. Plus, with the large amount of Hawaii folk staying there from the airfare/hotel/meal packages that Boyd Gaming sells through Vacations Hawaii, I choose to stay else where just for the adventure of getting away from life in Hawaii. VP machines on main bar has pretty good paybacks on Double Bonus Poker.

My Rating: 3 neoncoma posted on 30th November 1999 :

Used to be the Holiday International Casino..
Great Micro Brewery and probally the nicest place Downtown..

My Rating: 5 hawaiianmark posted on 30th November 1999 :

20X odds on craps. 777 brew pub.

My Rating: 3 MinVegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

The casino isn't that hot (although if you consider it and the Cal one entity it gets better) but value is the name of the game here. And the turn of the century motif is charming.

My Rating: 6 sheffsteph posted on 30th November 1999 :

My favorite casino. I wish they would send me offers though and I can't understand why they do not. On my last visit I played there every day, yet I only played at the Fremont once and they sent me an offer for 3 free days.

My Rating: 5 NeonGlo posted on 30th November 1999 :

I stayed here once, but spent all my time at a convention, so I didn't get to appreciate it. I'll be staying again this week (June 2011). I think it beats the Golden Nugget for beauty. Love the buffet! Gorgeous setting, low prices, great food.