Great for People that loved Martin Scorsese's CASINO!!! The REAL Nicky Santoro hung out here!!!. This is the real life place Anthony "Tony the Ant" Spilotro, whose real life story was the basis of Joe Pesci's character Nicky Santoro in the 1995 Martin Scorsese movie "Casino", hung out. This was one of his favorite spots. It is pretty much like an old time bar, and is a great place to escape all the Las Vegas trappings that can overwhelm some people. This is a great place, with a great history... also if you ever come to Dallas (where I am from) visit Campisi's another similar place, but with great pizza.... tell them Joseph Civello sent you... you will either get a yeah right from the older people, or a who the hell is that from some punk kid.... Read your history ladies and gentlemen...
Bobby Shawn and his band Class at Champagne's Cafe. I went to see Bobby Shawn with his band Class at Champagne's Cafe recently and they are GREAT! They sing 50's, 60's, 70's, standards, and country. They're there Fri and Sat from 9pm-1am and it's a great trip back to the "Old Las Vegas Lounge Acts". Highly recommend it.
Friendly Service. A mile off the strip and accross the street from the mall. Good machines, friendly bartenders, food ok Great place to hang when the strip is getting you down. Local crowd
Slip into this slightly seedy bar for an evening of cocktails and conversation..
Something about Champagne's Cafe just screams "Red Light District." Could it be the red velvet rococo wallpaper? The dozen or so posters of Marilyn Monroe? That swarthy character in the pinstripes leaning on the well-stocked jukebox? Or is it just those red lightbulbs? In any case, this relaxed, cozy and dark watering hole across from the Boulevard Mall is an off-beat tonic for those who've suffered the boring sameness of most of the bars, sports and otherwise, that dot the Las Vegas landscape.
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