|Location||Paradise, Nevada, U.S.|
|Address||3555 South Las Vegas Boulevard|
|Total gaming space||17,700 sq ft (1,640 m2)|
|Signature attractions||Vince Neil Ink|
|Owner||Caesars Entertainment Corporation|
|Renovated in||2006, 2013|
O'Sheas Casino is a casino located within The Linq on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. As part of The Linq, it is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corporation and is connected on the exterior to a shopping/dining promenade, also owned by Caesars. The revitalized O'Sheas has three bars - the main Dublin Up Bar, the Lucky Bar and the exterior-facing Blarney Bar. The casino includes beer pong tables, a stage, a dance floor and a pit with games including blackjack, roulette and craps.
O'Sheas was operated in conjunction with its next-door neighbor, the Flamingo, by their owner, Caesars Entertainment. Unlike most of the casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, prior to this date O'Sheas was not part of a resort and had no hotel. O'Sheas was briefly featured in the 1997 movie Vegas Vacation where the character Rusty Griswold won a car through a slot machine sitting outside the casino.
On February 26, 2000, O'Sheas made the 2001 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records by having 220 patrons contribute to the largest crowd to participate in a nationwide toast. The Great Guinness Toast, as it is called, was tallied nationwide as having 320,470 participants. That easily broke the previous year's record of 197,846 participants. In 2006, Vince Neil, lead singer of the band Mötley Crüe, opened Vince Neil Ink, a tattoo parlor inside of O'Sheas. It featured a room called "The Stage" that was visible from the Las Vegas Strip, so visitors could watch the tattoo artists work from outside.
Caesars announced in August 2011 that as part of The LINQ project, O'Sheas would be closed and relocated. O'Sheas closed on April 30, 2012. On May 1, 2012, the 7 story parking structure for O'Sheas Casino was imploded as part of The LINQ project. O'Sheas was reopened on December 27, 2013, as a casino within The Linq promenade.
O'Sheas targets, and typically draws, younger crowds in their 20s and early 30s. The casino offered low minimums on table games, a poker room, and a World Series of Beer Pong branded beer pong area. Before being purchased by Harrah's, O'Sheas branded itself as having low minimums and liberal rules on table games, thus attempting to draw "locals" and savvy, low-minimum gamblers. After the acquisition by Harrah's, O'Sheas generally offered the least advantageous table games in Nevada (i.e., bad for players), especially on Blackjack (where Blackjack only paid 6:5 on all games), and had branded itself as a "party" casino. The casino offers five beer pong tables in addition to the other games.
- Sandler, Corey (2007). Econoguide Las Vegas: Also Includes Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Laughlin (5th ed.). Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press. p. 143. ISBN 9780762741687. Retrieved 2012-06-13.
- Nevada Travel Roundup April 2000
- Caesars’ $550M Linq promenade with 550-foot observation wheel to open June 2013 in Las Vegas
- The Last Days of O'Sheas
- Review of O'Sheas