The Rainbow Club Casino in downtown Henderson celebrates its 55th anniversary


HENDERSON, Nev. — The Rainbow Club Casino in downtown Henderson celebrated its 55th anniversary Saturday with a big party. Guests were treated to free slow-smoked beef brisket sandwiches, frozen drinks and cakes. Guests also had the chance to win big cash prizes.

The building that houses the Rainbow Club Casino was built as part of “Company Town” to provide goods and services to Basic Magnesium Company workers during World War II. It originally opened as a grocery store and in 1967 became the Rainbow Club Casino.

Brothers Tim and Mike Brooks, who also own Emerald Island Casino in the Water Street District, purchased Rainbow Club Casino from Peppermill Casinos Inc. amid the COVID-19 pandemic on June 1, 2020 and reopened the casino in September. 17, 2020.

“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate this milestone anniversary than to be surrounded by our wonderful guests, many of whom are regulars,” said Tim Brooks, co-owner and general manager of Rainbow Club Casino and Emerald Island Casino. . .

Since its grand reopening under Brooks Brothers ownership in 2020, the casino has debuted Triple B (Brooks Brothers Burgers) under the leadership of Culinary Director Scott Pajak. The restaurant offers different types of cuisine every night, including artisan burgers, comfort food, prime rib, Creole dishes, seafood and steaks, as well as vegetarian options. This year, Rainbow Club Casino has also introduced a new range of craft cocktails, which are free for players.

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