3422829Locals Enjoy the Luck of the Irish at Emerald Island Casino The Emerald Island Casino in Downtown Henderson, Nevada is a unique place to gamble. The casino is known as Nevada’s only all penny casino and focuses on superior guest service. There is more to Emerald Island Casino than that; much more. On the inside, floor to ceiling and on the outside every wall to the roof is covered with amazing artwork.

4162194On May 18, 2013 the Emerald Island Casino, Nevada’s only all penny casino in Downtown Henderson celebrated their 10 year anniversary. The celebration started at noon and the casino was quickly packed by patrons anticipating a great time. Festivities started with a proclamation and ribbon cutting from the City of Henderson to the Emerald Island Casino read by City Councilwoman, Gerri Schroder. The Henderson Chamber of Commerce attended in force to help celebrate the occasion.

Emerald Island Casino in Henderson, Nevada is well known as the place to eat when Downtown. The Emerald Island Grille has delicious entrées like “Stuffed Clams Casino”, “Grilled Rib Eye Steak and Herb Crusted Jumbo Scallop Combination” and “Pan Seared Breast of Chicken”. Recently, a new addition has been added to the restaurant; a smoker. Steve Overlay,

We may be prejudiced; however we happen to think penny slots are by and large the most entertaining games you'll find at a gambling establishment. However because all slots are entirely random, there is no system that will change your odds of winning. On the other hand, there are numerous things you can do to maximize your return-on-investment while playing penny slots.

Ahhh, Christmas Dinner! Just thinking about that big beautiful meal makes me dream of days gone by. Holidays spent with family and friends, enjoying opening presents and laughing at the ugly sweaters from far away Aunts and Uncles.  How different the holidays seem now. Technology has replaced so much of what was fun albeit inconvenient before. Shopping for example was a huge chore, but left you feeling tired and fulfilled once it was done. Part of the experience of course was being out amongst the crowds, seeing kids lined up to sit with Santa and seeing tired Dads on benches waiting for wives to get that “one last thing.”

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