|Address||15 East Fremont Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
|Total gaming space||3,200 sq ft (300 m2)|
|Previous names||Las Vegas Coffee House
The casino's only gaming options are 125 slot and video poker machines: there are no table games or sportsbooks. La Bayou is also one of the few casinos in Las Vegas that still has slot machines that cash out in real money. Most of the other Casinos in Las Vegas use a cashless voucher system which can be exchanged for the payout.
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.
On March 20, 1931, the Northern Club received the first Nevada gaming license. The license was issued by Clark County. This was also the first gaming license issued to a woman, Mayme Stocker.
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