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Located at Fremont St. in Las Vegas, NV, Atomic Liquors is Las once used to film the backroom scenes in the movie, Casino (source).


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Atomic Liquors opened in the early s shortly after the US Army built a a popular stop for folks who worked westward down Fremont Street at the casinos.


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Several movies, including some westerns and 's "Casino," used the bar as a backdrop. Atomic Liquors is one of the oldest continually open bars in Las.


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Thus, Atomic Liquors was born, with the first liquor store license in Las Vegas. Atomic was open 24 hours a day and drew quite a crowd of casino workers.


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Then, some action starts, two local guys come in and sit to the right of me. In a very little time, you will pass the entrance of the Western Casino gaping open like the mouth of a skull with all its teeth rotted out. I finish my beer and order another. Just a "family squable" and No Tourist was injured in the makingof this reprot. Very well written, chitown. Several movies, including some westerns and 's "Casino," used the bar as a backdrop. Tried to connect the link but they say it is over characters! I do not think he was local as they were asking him when he got in. My personal favorite spot of the evening was the Griffin, however all the places mentioned have distinct charms and are unique in their own ways. Check the various reviews. See photos. Thanks for posting this chitown Just as a note Although they are open until 11 pm, you may need to get there earlier for the drinks. Seems they may have a bit of a history and he starts yelling some pretty crude insults. The bar is on the left, its square shaped with a few tall round tables. I went on your recommendation and had a great time. They serve the standard beers and bar drinks. Always keep valuables out of sight on the street in Las Vegas. Really interesting history there too. There is another drunk girl, maybe mid thirties, slim, blonde, but quite a few miles on her, playing the juke box and dancing around her bar stool where she seems to be entertaining one gentleman in particular.. Anyway we buzz, we are let in and we sit at the bar. The bar tender starts a conversation and we chat for a few minutes. I spy Atomic Liquors and we decide this must be it. Around the corner is another fun neighborhood bar, the nearby Bunkhouse Saloon, free live bands most nights, located at South 11th Street, between Fremont and Carson, in Las Vegas. See photo. Great info, as always Chitown I look forward to seeing you next week, for some more exploring. There is a well stocked juke box on that side, as well as the pool tables. Turn and the left side of the bar runs from north and south. On the other side of the street you will see the El Cortez and the now closed Ambassador East but stay on the south side of the street. It sounds pretty typical. It was a very easy walk from the "Magical Canopy". You see it is far enough away from the Strip that even headliners could stop in a be a regular Joe, or Frank or Dean. I loved my couple of hours at the Atomic! It is that side of the bar that was used for the bar scenes of the film Casino. Suffice to say, as reported from the guy to my right, she is neglect in following through on implied promises with men she picks up. Of course, some will do more than that but that is beyond the scope of this review. I will have to make a point of trying to make it here on our next trip. I hope this will encourage more people will visit this piece of living history which, unlike a museum, has video poker, a good juke box, pool tables and serves drinks. Fremont Street, a couple of blocks east of the Blvd. There are only five or six customers in at this time of day ish. We leave a few minutes later and give the bartender a good tip. The Atomic is much like many a neighborhood bars in my home town of Chicago. Downtown hotels served "atomic cocktails" at rooftop parties as revelers watched the mushroom clouds, and the Sobchiks, swept up in the trend, named their bar Atomic Liquors. Everyone thanks him by waving or grunting or smiling. My hubby was impressed and wanted to visit the Atomic. There was no tab involved, each drink was paid when given. This is the new entertainment district and much cleaner than it once was but you may still be approached by the charming locals selling their wares, just say No Thanks and keep on going. Down to the Bar Basics - The Atomic is a regular blue collar, neighborhood bar open until pm. The barstool dancer is a classic soiled dove who is actually quite bright if you can catch her somewhat sober and one has to wonder just how the construction worker knows her friend will soon be disappointed. I think this last beer put the guy to my right over his diplomatic threshold and he starts on the blonde again. If you are on foot, I recommend an early afternoon stroll. The bar itself is quite small, only about bar stools, one booth and two pool tables. Not exactly ideal either, but better touristy than poncey!. More about the Bunkhouse later. I ask him how old the building is and he pretty much gives me the story of the Atomic. You will walk a few blocks and pass a few shops and the Griffin, the Beauty Bar etc. The bartender gives them both a look and they shut up for a while. Barbara Streisand shot pool there, the pools tables are still there, and it is rumored that everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Smothers Brothers stopped in for drinks over the years. Thanks for sharing this information! I'm not a computer wiz. I think the billcame to 17 bucks for maybe 12 drinks. The bathrooms are to the right of the front part of the bar and sometimes you have to be buzzed in there. I hope this clears up some of the questions but feel free to ask any that I may have missed. We are not exactly sure where it is and we drive around. Take a deep breath and cross the Boulevard. A warm and friendly place filled with people who, once they get to know you, will proudly tell you about their town. This gentlemen motions to buy the house a drink and the bartender serves everyone what they were drinking. If nature calls, do it in stages with someone on guard over your stuff. Casino security is plentiful and they will be watching out for you. The bartender basically says drop it. We park in the parking lot to the side and go up to the door. The Layout — After you are buzzed in, you walk in the front door, you face part of the L shaped bar running east and west or parallel to the street, with many kinds of booze for sale, some are name brand libations and some come in small plastic bottles filled with inexpensive clear liquor that, although in theory drinkable, is best used to clean engine parts. Is this place on the agenda to be visited during next weeks Tuxapalooza?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} How to get there — Plenty of free parking. Nice work. A true low roller paradise. Wait to be buzzed in, yes it is that sort of a place. We order drinks, and hubby puts a ten in the VP machine on the bar. If you're at all interested in going off the beaten path, please follow chitown's advice I'm glad we did! Joe and Stella Sobchik opened their Fremont Street bar some 50 years ago when the desert shook from atomic bomb detonations at the Nevada Test Site. Atomic Liquors is one of the oldest continually open bars in Las Vegas still kept by the original owners, and hold liquor license Number Stella once told me that she used to sit facing the front door and watched the mushroom clouds rise in the distance, that view has since been blocked by buildings. The bar at E. They are quiet for a while. Two minutes later they are laughing about some story another guy was telling and it was like it never happened. Like most bars, a quiet place or not depending on the crowd. In the distance, you will see the sign for the Western looming up like an angry raised finger. Always someone interesting there to talk to. Another gentlemen comes in who seems to know most people in the bar. Also the ever present video poker machines built in the bar. I bought the house a round during our July foray at a beer for a buck it aint hard and it warms people to you. A beer later, the guy sitting right beside me starts making more comments, quite derogatory comments, and the bartender excuses himself from our conversation and yells at him to shut up! Tourists are welcome, in fact I enjoy the taste of home after the noisy glitter of the Strip and the nearby Fremont Street Experience. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}History - Although the Atomic was opened in the early 50's that area was never really as well developed as the area further west and now contained under the canopy. Thanks for sharing it with us. That is your landmark, aim for it.