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Union Station

800 N Alameda Street Los Angeles CA 90028
(213) 625-3734
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Union Station, the main railroad station in Los Angeles & is currently serves as a transportation hub for Amtrak, Metro link, Metro & other transport services.

Property Location With a stay at California Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, you'll be minutes from Mob Museum and Las Vegas City Hall. This casino hotel is within close proximity of Fremont Street Flightlinez and Fremont Street Experience.

Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 781 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Wireless Internet access...

Property Location With a stay at Main Street Station Hotel, Casino and Brewery in Las Vegas, you'll be minutes from Mob Museum and Las Vegas City Hall. This casino hotel is within close proximity of Fremont Street Flightlinez and Fremont Street Experience.

Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 406 air-conditioned guestrooms. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected,...

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Triple 7 Restaurant & Brewery Restaurant Review

To name a resort a Casino, Brewery & Hotel indicates it means business, and indeed Triple 7’s brews are tasty and well-crafted. They nicely complement the brew food, supplemented by a nine-seat sushi bar. The pub draws a good crowd, and a spirit of bonhomie permeates the room, which features gleaming glassed-in copper and brass serving tanks. The Brewmaster's Special and Reserve beers offer...

The last of the great rail depots, a portal to a bygone era.

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Built in the heyday of railway, Union Station opened in 1939 to incredible acclaim. During its first three days of operation, nearly 2 million people walked through its doors....

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9/19/17: Been here and at Boar's Head bar for decades drinking Triple 7 beer. Very cheap (comped on the floor, to a few bucks if you aren't gambling (no gambling in the brewpub). Beers are very bland, like the Hefeweiss the best of their offerings over the years. Food OK for bar food, happy hour beer and food specials best time to go. Can be crowded for football. Overall OK option, but downtown...

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Inside the Main Street Station casino. Place was busy on a Weds afternoon (3 July 19). Beer is offered in a plastic cup if you want to walk around the casino, which was conveinent.

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I visited the Triple 7 while making the rounds of Vegas breweries and was quite impressed. We had taster trays of their flagship brews, and the bartender provided us a few others on the house so that we'd get the full gamut of what thy have to offer. They had 8 house beers on tap, I was rather surprised and impressed with the quality of what was on offer. The bar had a bit of an old-west saloon...

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Ended up searching a bit for this place, but was worth it. Just outside of Glitter Gulch, but surprising how busy it got. We arrived just before the dinner rush, and it was quickly lined up 30-40 people. The beers were delicious and decent selection. They had a lager, that I felt was average, but a great idea for a microbrewery, as I find non beer people often don't enjoy the offerings. As I...

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We stopped at 777 for a late lunch one afternoon.
The brew pub is a large space off the casino. It iis clean and smoke free. The decor is an old time train station motif.
Quality is pretty good. 777 brews on tap. I did not see any guest taps.
Service was very good. Not busy in mid afternoon.
Selection included 6 craft handles and a handful of macro bottles. Full bar.
Food was good full...

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Since 1996 the company has been providing Retail - Bagels.

This casino hotel is within close proximity of Fremont Street Flightlinez and Fremont Street Experience.

Situated in Las Vegas's Fremont Street - Downtown Las Vegas neighborhood, this hotel is close to Las Vegas City Hall, Las Vegas Premium Outlets, and World Market Center.

Union Bagel can be found at N Alameda St 800. The following is offered: Bagel & Donut Shops. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Los Angeles there are 146 other Bagel & Donut Shops. An overview can be found here.

Award winning microbrews and so much more! Featuring six varieties of the freshest hand-crafted beers in town, tasty appetizers, hand made pizza, gourmet burgers and sandwiches, mouth watering steaks and ribs, and a fresh sushi bar. Triple 7 is the perfect place to watch your favorite sporting events while enjoying a great meal.

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Breakfast is served for the late-night crowd, midnight to 7am every day.

Stop in for happy hour, weekdays from 3pm to 6pm.

To get the best buzz for your buck, order the five-beer sampler-plenty for a party of two.


Union Station's lot is cheaper than anything else in the area, and it's centrally located. If you need a place to park while you check out nearby Olvera Street or Chinatown, it's probably your best bet.

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Don't miss the lavish interior. Built in a Moorish style, the ceilings are well over 100 feet high, and the decor is a beautiful blend of Art Deco and Spanish revival. The adjoining gardens are open to the public and offer a nice relief from bustling downtown.

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