200 Block of Fremont St

Las Vegas, NV


Double O Club  (O.O. Club)

1942 to ?

bars in Las Vegas were left unmolested for two years while liquor sales in the country were outlawed.  Then eight establishments were raided simultaneously  by eight prohibition officers.
There is very little information about the Double 'O' Club located on Fremont street in the 1940's.

This article mentions a club of the same name during the prohibition era along with some better known establishments on Block 16 and not Fremont Street.

This article points out that bars in Las Vegas were left unmolested for two years while liquor sales in the country were outlawed.  Then eight establishments were raided simultaneously  by eight prohibition officers.

The places raided included the
Arizona Club, Green Lantern,
Pastime, Honolulu Inn,
Big Four, Double "O",
Miners' Club, Owl Cafe,
and Jazz.

All  those arrested
furnished bonds for their release.

The establishments mentioned
were located on "Block 16" as shown on the postcard diorama below so it's unlikely it was the
Fremont Street Double 'O' Club
Block 16 Las Vegas
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