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Gold Coast Casino
The Gold Coast, which features a 711-room hotel, a casino, a bowling center, a showroom and a variety of restaurants, has been a part of Las Vegas scene since 1986.
Its 86,700-square foot casino includes more than 2,100 slot and video poker machines and 48 gaming tables that feature craps, blackjack, Pai Gow poker, Super Fun 21, roulette and mini and midi baccarat. The casino also offers a high-limit gaming room, keno, a race and sports book and a 720-seat bingo room.
The bowling center contains 70 lane and features Frameworx bowling equipment and automatic state-of-the-art scoring. The Gold Coast offers a league program for everyone — competitive scratch leagues, mixed adult programs and one of the city's largest junior leagues. The Bowling Center also offers bumper bowling for kids.
The Gold Coast Showroom/Lounge provides live music, ballroom dancing and Monday night football parties.
Dining options include steaks and seafood at the Cortez Room, the Ports O' Call Buffet and Chinese dishes at Ping Pang Pong. Other restaurants include Noodle Exchange, T.G.I. Friday's and a Subway.
|Sports Book||90 seats that each feature their own 15-inch flat-panel TV, as well as 38 flat-panel screens surrounding the room and 30 interactive betting terminals.|
|Health club||The Fitness Center is available for all guests.|
|Casino Wireless Internet||There is a cost.|
|Players Club||B Connected, which also can be used at the Boyd Gaming properities|
Nightclub & Bars
- The Gold Coast Showroom/Lounge
- The Gold Coast Showroom/Lounge presents a schedule of events that includes live Latin music, ballroom dancing and Monday night football parties. .
- Noodle Exchange
- Noodles are, naturally, the house specialty here, and there are 16 ways to try them. If you don’t mind a spicy kick, I highly recommend home-style spicy braised beef in broth noodles, a huge bowl stocked with thick, wheat-based noodles and shards of thinly sliced beef bobbling on the surface. A milder noodle dish would be foo kiem shrimp and calamari stir-fried rice noodle, with anchovy and bean sprouts adding crunch and salt. Teppan pork tenderloin noodle with onion black pepper sauce is served on a sizzling platter, and there is a nice helping of meat to balance the carbs. If you prefer something on the bland side, then stir-fried chicken and vegetable noodle is the ticket. Think of these thick, white, spaghetti-like strands as Chinese Noodles 101.There are also Szechuan chicken wings, delicious, crunchy things with a sweet, hot sauce, done lollipop-style. Seafood lettuce cups are wonderful, finely minced shrimp, scallops and lap cheung, that sweet Chinese pork sausage that you wrap taco-style in the hollow of lettuce leaves slathered in hoi sin sauce. MORE >
|Bowling Snack Bar at Gold Coast|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Cortez Room|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Java Vegas Coffee|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Noodle Exchange|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Ping Pang Pong|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Ports O' Call Buffet|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Red Zone : A Sports Bar|| ||MORE INFO »|
|Subway at Gold Coast|| ||MORE INFO »|
|T.G.I. Friday's at Gold Coast|| ||MORE INFO »|
4000 W. Flamingo Road