The Brook

Eureka was founded in 1997 by the Lee family and sold to the employees in 2015 making it Nevada’s first 100% employee owned casino. Led by Greg Lee and Andre Carrier, both of whom have New Hampshire ties, the company has expanded from Nevada to include The Brook.

Renowned not only for the work they do to serve their guests but also their community, Eureka is known for its quality service, products, and innovative community service, Eureka has been recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 100 Medium Workplaces in America for two consecutive years.

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Eureka Casino Resort

Eureka Casino Resort is a 100% employee-owned casino resort in Mesquite, Nevada, 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas. The resort boasts scenic views of Mesquite’s red topped mesas, newly renovated guest rooms and new resort pool and cabanas. The casino is designed for guest comfort and features slot and video poker machines; table games including blackjack, craps, roulette, and Mesquite’s only 24-hour poker room.
The resort offers three full-service restaurants, Town Square Buffet, Mason Street Courtyard, and Mesquite’s top-rated restaurant, Gregory’s Mesquite Grill.

Rising Star Sports Ranch

As one of the newest hotels in Mesquite, Nevada, the Rising Star Sports Ranch Resort welcomes families, groups and individuals to enjoy a family friendly getaway with no smoking and no casino.
Spend your day hanging out in The Backyard, a park-like rec center with a pool, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, pickleball courts, a putting green, and much more. You’ll also find yourself moments from Mesquite’s top sports facilities, golf courses and fields, many of which are just a short stroll away.
There is a ranch-style room for every type of traveler including King Suites, bunk beds and connecting rooms. You can also host a perfectly planned, deliciously catered meeting or party in one of the expansive event venues.

Eureka Las Vegas

A vibrant showcase of “Old School Meets New School Vegas” at its best, the Eureka Casino has been known as Vegas’ “Original Neighborhood Casino” since opening its doors as Friendly Fergie’s Casino in 1964. To this day, the welcoming staff, loose slots and high payouts have made it a local institution.
If you’re here to play, you’ll have your choice of over 250 slot machines, including Las Vegas’s largest connected video poker progressive.
If you’re here to nibble, Fat Choy restaurant has become the draw for Vegas foodies with signature dishes like Peking Duck Bao, Short Rib Grilled Cheese, Fried Pork Sauce Noodles and the Fat Choy Burger with short rib, bacon, cheese, and a fried egg on top.