ENJOY THE "NEIGHBORHOOD PUB" AT CLUB CHARLESTON...
"COLDEST BEER IN LAS VEGAS"
—LV CityLife Magazine
- Clean, safe, secure. Upscale yet fun and casual environment
with friendly service and attentive bartenders.
- Full-service bar offers wide selection of popular spirits, wine
and ice-cold beer.
- "Coldest beer in town" according to our customers
and CityLife Magazine.
- Large 25 oz. draft beer starts at $3.50. Well drinks start at
- Internet jukebox provides music library of over 2,000 songs
even more can be downloaded.
- Popular video poker games on 15 bar-top machines.
- Individual tables for board games or more private conversation.
- Bring-in food and snacks are welcome :-)
- Large TV monitors for comfortable viewing from any seat
- Satellite TV offers a variety of viewing choices
- Electronic dart game (pub area only)
- Semi-private Dart Room for steel-tip play
- Coin-operated pool table in pub area
- Billiard Parlor has 11 quality oak pool tables
- TV Room with large, flat-screen TVs.
- Party Room can be reserved for private parties.
What a concept! A clean, comfortable neighborhood pub with an
adjacent upscale Billiard Parlor. A pub where you can go for that
Royal Flush on your favorite video poker game while your non-gaming
companion enjoys the Billiard Parlor, Dart Room or TV Room. A pub
where you can relax and enjoy yourself in a safe, secure, casual
yet fun environment.
You’ll wonder why no one has truly delivered on such a great
concept before now!
YOU CAN'T STAND THE HEAT, GET INTO THE
COLDEST BEER IN LAS VEGAS!"
( Excerpt of an article
by Andrew Kiraly, CltyLife Magazine
"AH, THE FRISSON OF MADNESS, power and, yeah, intellectual
probity I felt upon whipping out a needle-like cooking thermometer
and saying to bartenders, "Gimme your coldest beer!"
Some of them thought I was a scientist; others a health department
wonk; others just a smart-ass with an $8 kitchen gadget or
a drunk who likes sharp objects. Some of those are truer than
others, but on this blazing Saturday afternoon I was, in fact,
on a search for the coldest beer in the valley. Not with just
my mouth, mind you, but with the power of Science in my hand
-- in the form of a Wal-Mart digital thermometer that I brandished
with such open delight that on a few occasions a general,
palpable anxiety emerged about stab wounds. Fortunately, only
the beer bore the brunt of my piercing endeavor as I put to
the test three claimants to the title of The Coldest Beer
in Las Vegas."
…"A different scene awaits at Club Charleston.
Formerly Ozzie's, the bar has retooled itself into a well-appointed
billiards hall. The pub welcomes both amateur players and
seasoned shooters, and the north wing features a bevy of pristine
tables for both. But don't think alcohol is an afterthought;
like its predecessor Ozzie's, Club Charleston still claims
bragging rights for near-freezing beer. Bartender Geanine
is even so thoughtful to point out that, if you're really
looking for the coldest pour, you're better off with the frozen
12-ounce glass rather than the 24-ounce -- something about
surface area contact and subzero vector currents in a conductive
plasma medium (this is after my third drink). But I suspect
she's right: Rigorous scientific inquiry informs me that the
12-ounce draft [she poured] registers at a heat-vanquishing
"...designed to provide a secure, esthetically pleasing billiards
experience...equipment is first rate."—The Vegas Voice.
". . .a well-appointed billiards hall. The pub welcomes both
amateur players and seasoned shooters, and the north wing features
a bevy of pristine tables for both."
— A. Kiraly, As Managing Ed., LV CityLife Mag.
"Nice atmosphere. A great place to meet up with friends."
— Doug MacDuffee, long-time Club Charleston customer.
"Best Place to Shoot Pool"
— LV Review Journal
"Coldest Beer in
Las Vegas" — LV CityLife Magazine
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