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Downtown Las Vegas

If you’ve spent any time inside the D or the Golden Gate, it’s easy to see why this deal should be great for Fremont Street.

The sale of the Las Vegas Club should be great for Downtown

August 26th, 2015

If you’ve spent any time inside the D or the Golden Gate, it’s easy to see why this deal should be great for Fremont Street.

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    New owners Jeffrey Fine and Sam Marvin are planning new concept for the Downtown space.

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    Steaks by the pool and a llama in the game room—welcome to the new Las Vegas Hostel.

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    “It’s not about the person’s pre-existing skill set as much as their motivation.”

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    Plus: Double Barrel Roadhouse launched a live music promo featuring local bands.

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    Crispy fried pig ears, oxtail empanadas, Mexican street corn and more.

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    You can also expect family-friendly amenities like a children’s menu and high chairs.

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    The Downtown company shuttered suddenly Monday morning, laying off 400-plus U.S.-based employees.

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    The proposed City of Las Vegas ordinance aims to curb crowding, nudity, noise, turf wars among buskers and aggressiveness toward visitors.

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    "I don't think we got the chance to fully spread our wings."

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    “Keep The Party Going!” it screams at you, as if Vegas needs help in that department

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    Daiquiri insanity, crafts on tap and a rustic feel.

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    On the metal band's decade-long trajectory ... and how bands are like dogs.

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    Vegas recently suffered the loss of some key alternative culture options.

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    The Downtown venue's closure left more than 25 scheduled concerts without homes.

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    Less than a year into its second life, the Bunkhouse Saloon is dead again.

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    “I thought it would be so much fun to do bottle service for dogs."

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    Now closed, Downtown bar, nightclub and arcade Insert Coin(s) could return—maybe even in its Fremont East space.

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