In 2006 owner Herb Pastor sold Granite Gaming to his son Steve Burnstine,
who owned the property until May 2016 when the Stevens Brothers,
Both La Bayou and Mermaids
closed June 27, 2016
August 2016 the demolition of La Bayou begins and the location of the first licensed Las Vegas casino will soon be enclosed within the
Golden Gate Casino.
Scroll down this set of photos showing the same small part of Fremont Street covering almost a century.
The "Alley" icon will help to orient your view over the years. The alley stayed the same until it was built over.
La Bayou was a slots only casino known for it's colorfully dressed ladies handing out beads
and hawking the slot play on Fremont Street.