111 E. Ogden Ave.

Las Vegas, NV


Cinnabar Club

  1959 to 1965

Sinabar (Sin-A-Bar)

1972 to 1972

Bob Stupak's Sinabar

1974 to 1975

Cinnabar Club 111 E. Ogden Ave. 1959 to 1965

Sin-A-Bar  111 Ogden Ave  1972 to 1972    McGarry

Sinabar  111 Ogden Ave  1972 to 1972   McGarry

Bob Stupak's Sinabar  111 Ogden Ave  1974 to 1975


See also:  Cinnabar  105 S. 1st St. c.1946-c.1948















On November 15, 1974 Bob Stupak was approved for a gaming license for the Sinabar. Stupak was warned to keep better financial records in the future and the license was granted on a probationary status for one year. In the prior month he was questioned extensively about his business dealings in Australia. Board members warned Stupak he may face some troubles in that foreign country. 
The board deferred action on Stupak's request to relocate his Million Dollar Gambling Museum from a Las Vegas Boulevard location gutted by fire last summer (1973) to downtown Las Vegas.
Cinnabar advertised an Italian restaurant
in the 1962 Criss Cross directory.
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