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The first casino on the Las Vegas strip was the Red Rooster, at the site where the Mirage now stands. Years before gambling arrived in Sin City, the Red Rooster was actually a popular nightclub that continued to serve alcohol during the prohibition era.
Today Las Vegas, with the surrounding area, has approximately 2,000,000 inhabitants and if it continues to grow at this rate, by the year 2040 it should probably surpass New York. It is interesting to note that in Las Vegas territory over 110,000 weddings are performed. First legal casino, the “Northern Club”, was opened in 1931. Today.
A set-up scene at the Sahara Hotel pool June 1, 1953. (Las Vegas News Bureau) Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU A scene at the Sahara swimming pool with sun bathers and a waitress August 20, 1954.
The Pair-o-Dice Club was the first gambling parlor to open its doors in Las Vegas in 1931, the year gambling was legalized within the city limits. But it wasn't until 10 years later that the first casino -- El Rancho Vegas, with its Chuck Wagon Buffet eager to feed hungry tourists -- would open, on 66 acres of what was then called simply Highway 91.
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The first casino to be built on The Strip in Las Vegas was called El Rancho Vegas. El Rancho Vegas was first opened on April 3, 1941. The casino burned down after a fire in 1960. El Rancho Vegas.