|Location||Las Vegas, Nevada 89101|
|Address||15 East Fremont Street|
|Closing date||June 27, 2016|
|Total gaming space||3,200 sq ft (300 m2)|
|Previous names||Las Vegas Coffee House
The business opened as the Las Vegas Coffee House.
In 1920 Mayme Stocker renamed it the Northern Club, offering liquor and gaming when both were illegal. "Northern" was a well-known codeword among railroad workers for an establishment serving alcohol.
Monte Carlo Club
By 1976, the site was operating as the Coin Castle. Herb Pastor was approved to take over the Coin Castle and the nearby Golden Goose casino in 1977. Pastor would later also own the nearby Sassy Sally's casino and the Girls of Glitter Gulch strip club.
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