1821 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone: (702) 399-3000
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Jerry's Nugget - About Us
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Founded in 1964 by Jerry Lodge and Jerry Stamis, Jerryâ€™s Nugget stands today as a significant piece of Las Vegas history. Originally the site of the Town House Bar, the property was purchased and rebuilt as an 80 foot Casino housing a restaurant, bar, keno lounge, a craps table and 100 slot machines. Then, in 1968, the owners bought their closest competitor,the Bonanza Club, which hosted the cityâ€™s tallest sign - the famous oil derrick. This acquisition added an additional 10,000 square feet. Further enhancements and expansions through the years have grown the property to over 95,000 square feet of gaming and entertainment space.
by Damian E. on
Pros: plenty of outlets, comfortable seating, fireplace Cons: The music isn't very good; it sounds like dance music you find in the dollar giveaway bin at Target. The soup of the day, a vegetable bisque, was severely watered down and served with stale, white bread. The mocha was too sugary, and tasted as if it contained more syrup than coffee. The bartender and waitress were not polite. One time I came there after a very long day of work so I shut my eyes for a minute prior to being served my food. I was poked by a waiter and told to wake up.
by Delbert Vanleeuwen on
Once upon a Friday night, me and some friends decided to go to the pretty Bubble Lounge. First off we had to wait in the cold in-line for a good 20 minutes (not cute, especially when you wear an outfit you want to showoff but can't b/c it's cold and you have to borrow your friend's jacket, hence....hiding your cute 'fit). I guess usually there isn't a cover, but of course the first time I go to this place, what do they do? CHARGE A COVER! So I pay my cover...de-frost and head to the "cave" downstairs. Seriously, I'm almost 5'7" and I felt like a giant. Downstairs is very dark and tiny, while upstairs is very lounge-y. The "cave" was really crowded and I basically sweat all my makeup off. So, the night kind of started off not-so-good BUT...luckily, my friend befriended one of the bartenders and we got a really good deal on drinks. The reason why I gave this place 3 stars was the DJ. I was in love. The music was great. For me, the music makes the evening and for this one it did. However, I made the mistake of drinking a little too much (due to the friendly bartender) and ended up throwing up on the way home. Nonetheless....I was still classy in this establishment and will probably go again.
by Kevin Marousek on
Um, so this is basically sometimes something like the best bar in the city. I mean, where else can you find yourself on a Thursday night paying a $10 cover and, in return, getting 8 free drink tickets, karaoke, one of the most reliably jumping yet unclusterfuck-y dancefloors in the city, karaoke(!) and a buffet?! Where? Nowhere. Oh, plus a bunch of lesbians, if that's your thing (and why shouldn't it be unless you some skeevy straight guy in which case you might want to beat it... Figuratively.) For real, though, Sisters is amazing--true it has pretty drab decor and some atrocious paintings of cat ladies on the walls--but the loyal Thursday crowd is undeterred. Even for people, like myself, who are not lesbians. In fact, the crowd generally runs the gamut of ages, genders, sexual orientations and races. It's like an Obama rally, but with drunk people singing "Come to My Window."