Santa Fe staples include a 432-seat bingo room, a wide variety of slots, bowling alley, showroom, dancehall and a multiplex. Locals enjoy good Mexican fare at Cabo (great margaritas!); other options include the endlessly popular Feast Buffet and unexpectedly impressive Charcoal Room for steak and seafood. Santa Fe also operates a Kids Quest childcare and entertainment center. The smallish casino has low-limit table games, though with no competition nearby, the rules are not altogether favorable. The video poker is typical for Station: there are a few 99% machines, but the rest lower. There is also a 24-hour poker room and a sports book.
Games: Blackjack ($5–$1,000); craps (10x; from $5); Let it Ride; pai gow poker; poker (14 tables); roulette (double zero); three-card poker.
|Venue name:||Santa Fe Station casino|
4949 N Rancho Drive
|Cross street:||at US 95 (junction 90A)|
|Transport:||Bus 101, 106, 219/self-parking & valet parking N Rancho Drive or Lone Mountain Road.|