Boulder Station Renovations Bring Fresh Look and Improved Entertainment Offerings

Station Casinos is in the final stages of completing a multi-million dollar renovation investment in Boulder Station to offer guests a fresh and exciting new experience. Over the past year, design and construction teams have been working throughout the property to transform three of Boulder Station’s popular restaurants including the Feast Buffet, the Broiler and the Café as well refurbished the bingo hall, poker room and gaming floor.

“Boulder Station has been the premier locals’ entertainment destination along the Boulder Strip since 1994. Our guests always appreciate the great value and service they receive, but it’s equally important to keep our property fresh and exciting and that’s exactly what this renovation accomplishes,” said Don Richardson, general manager of Boulder Station. “We are so excited to show off the ‘new and improved’ Boulder Station to our guests.”

Dining Offerings
The Feast Buffet reopened in mid-November with greater value and a new design on the classic Station Casinos buffet. The Feast Buffet offers freshly prepared food made to order, an authentic pizza oven, live action cooking stations and carving stations. The new menu includes items such as made-to-order omelets and fresh carved honey glazed bone-in ham for breakfast, oven roasted bone-in turkey for lunch, a pasta station with a variety of sauces and pastas prepared to guests desires available at both lunch and dinner, and a carving station with roast beef for dinner.

The buffet also offers specialty nights with Friday Night Seafood featuring all-you-can-eat snow crab, oysters on the half-shell, clams, mussels, red snapper, fried oysters, ceviche, tilapia and Kung Pao Shrimp, among several other selections. On Friday night, the carving station features mesquite salmon, roast beef and roast turkey. Saturday night’s carving stations feature prime rib and shrimp scampi in addition to its standard offerings. Each Saturday and Sunday, The Feast serves weekend brunch that includes champagne in addition to fresh, cooked to order omelets, waffles, eggs and other specialties.

The following are prices and hours for the Feast Buffet:

  • Breakfast Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., $4.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $6.99 without
  • Lunch Monday through Thursday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $6.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $8.99 without (closed on Fridays from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.)
  • Dinner Sunday through Thursday: 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., $9.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $11.99 without
  • Friday Night Seafood: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., $16.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $18.99 without
  • Saturday Prime Rib and Shrimp Dinner: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., $12.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $14.99 without
  • Weekend Brunch: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., $9.99 with a Boarding Pass card and $12.99 without

In addition to the Feast Buffet reopening, The Broiler returns on Monday, November 24 offering guests the freshest steak and seafood and in December, the Pasta Palace will reopen offering fantastic value and quality Italian fare. The 24-hour Café reopened in May.

The Railhead, Station Casinos first intimate concert venue, also recently reopened in mid-November after being freshened up and has launched a great entertainment lineup, including the return of its popular weekly Boulder Blues concert series on Thursday evenings. Boulder Blues’ first performance kicks off on Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. and features two remarkable musicians with Anthony Gomes opening and Eric Sardinas closing the night. This free show will be dark the following week for Thanksgiving and will resume in December for its weekly Thursday spot. In addition to the Boulder Blues series, future concert headliners coming to The Railhead, include Delbert McClinton on Nov. 21, Euge Groove on Nov. 22, Sawyer Brown on Dec. 5, Brian Culbertson and others performing “A Soulful Christmas” on Dec. 12 and New Year’s Eve with Yellow Brick Road, along with several more famed artists lined up for the coming year. There’s also plenty of free entertainment including Yellow Brick Road on Friday nights beginning at 11 p.m. and rock tribute bands every Saturday night beginning at 11 p.m.

The finishing touches of the renovation include a newly designed poker room, refurbished Bingo parlor, a new slot floor layout including 200 new slot/video poker machines and all new flat screen TVs throughout the race & sports book. In addition to all these gaming and dining renovations, Boulder Station refurbished all of its hotel tower corridors.

About Boulder Station
Opened in 1994, Boulder Station Hotel and Casino is the premier gaming and entertainment destination on Las Vegas’ “Boulder Strip,” located on 52 acres of land on Boulder Highway adjacent to Interstate 515. With a variety of restaurants, 300 standard hotel rooms and suites, the famous Railhead entertainment lounge, an 11-screen movie theatre, exciting table games and more than 2,500 slot and video poker machines, the AAA Diamond-rated Boulder Station offers all the best of Las Vegas under one roof. For more information, please visit or call 702.432.7777.

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