This Victorian-styled Station casino on the Boulder Strip is mostly a locals’ joint. The Railhead hosts a stable of mostly forgettable acts on the cheap, but there are plenty of family-friendly amenities, such as an 11-screen movie theater and a Kids Quest childcare center. There are decent dining options too: the Feast Gourmet Buffet is popular, as is the Broiler. The casino is typical for the Station chain, though the minimums in this part of town seem to run a little lower, with some $3 tables scattered about, 10x odds at craps and 50¢ roulette chips. The newest machines seem to show up here first.
Games: Bingo; blackjack ($3–$1,000); craps (10x; from $2); keno; Let it Ride; mini baccarat ($5–$1,000); pai gow poker; poker (11 tables); roulette (double zero); three-card poker.