Fremont East

Fremont East was never different from regular Fremont. It was never meant exclusively for locals; we only had those bars to ourselves because tourists wouldn’t walk down that far.

The arc of Fremont Street is long, but it bends toward tourism

August 3rd, 2017

Fremont East was never different from regular Fremont. It was never meant exclusively for locals; we only had those bars to ourselves because tourists wouldn’t walk down that far.

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