Binion's Las Vegas Sports Book

Located in “Old Vegas,” Binion’s Sportsbook — operated by William Hill — features a comfortable and efficient western-themed atmosphere. Binion’s covers all your betting needs with 25 comfortable seats with desks and several flat screen televisions. The sports book also offers bettors fan-friendly odds, which are hard to beat as they provide some of the best numbers in Las Vegas.

The sportsbook, located towards the back of the casino, is one of the most underrated in Las Vegas.

The resort is located underneath the Flightlinez zip lines. Binion’s Las Vegas Sports Book features a long gaming pit at one end and the Binions Hall of Fame Poker Room at the other. Go-go dancers in Daisy Duke shorts and sexy cowgirl dealers add a racy air to this legendary Las Vegas destination.

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Binion’s Las Vegas Sportsbook was one of the first in Las Vegas. At this historic betting house, patrons can join friends for a beer in a casual, laid back atmosphere while they take in the action on one of the many 42” flat-screen TVs. For times when you can’t get to original home of Texas Hold’em Poker, jump online and check out our top rated web based betting sites listed below. 

Binion’s Las Vegas Casino Review

Guests hoping to visit the Binion’s hotel might be disappointed. The hotel portion closed its doors in 2010, but the resort is still open for business. Guests can still visit the casino to obtain a souvenir picture with $1 million cash. This photo opportunity has been part of a long-standing fun tradition at Binion’s Las Vegas Casino.

Another plus to betting at Binion’s is that Benny’s Smokin’ BBQ and Brews — a Cheer’s-like tavern — is only steps away for sports fans. With an array of beers on tap, bettors at Benny’s can enjoy plenty of flat screen TVs and comfortable seating.

For stogie aficionados, the sportsbook recently unveiled its new cigar lounge, which Binion’s will make available for reservations for private parties and sports-centric gatherings. The “man cave” as it’s known, features leather couches and large flatscreen televisions for all your sports-betting needs.

While the sports book will close early at times, the casino cage will cash your sportsbook ticket 24 hours a day.

If you’re looking for a quick bite to eat, the casino also has you covered with Binion’s Deli, which serves up its famous deli meats piled high on fresh bread. If you’re in the hamburger mood, the Binion’s Cafe has you covered with it’s famous burgers mad daily at the Binion’s Butcher Shop.

Binion’s recently debuted its new bar outside. This establishment has been dubbed the Whiskey Licker. The name leaves a lot to be desired, but the bar does serve a multitude of drinks, one of which is its signature beverage also called the “Whiskey Licker”.