Cannery Casino and Hotel is owned by Boyd Gaming, and is located in North Las Vegas on Craig Road, just west of Interstate 15. Though they are both owned by Boyd, Cannery and its sister property, Eastside Cannery, both have a separate players club from Boyd Gaming’s BConnected.
Cannery is a typical Las Vegas locals casino; it has low limits for table games and video poker with above-average returns. The casino floor is mid-sized, at just over 80,000 square feet. There are approximately 1,500 gaming machines, 22 table games, a sportsbook, bingo room and 3 poker tables.
Cannery has a hotel with 201 rooms. There is also a movie theater and small showroom with cover bands, DJs and lesser-known artists.
There are about 1,500 gaming machines at Cannery Casino. They are split about evenly between slots and video poker. The slot machine options include penny video reels and old-fashioned reels that start at nickels. There is a separate nonsmoking area at Cannery.
Video poker starts a penny multi-play machines and goes up to $5 denominations. The best video poker games are in an area that is marked “Up to 99.8%.” The options there include Triple Bonus Plus (99.8%), Not-so-ugly Deuces Wild (99.73%) and 9/6 Bonus Poker Deluxe (99.64%). Other games at 99% and above are 8/5 Bonus Poker (99.17%), 9/7/5 Double Bonus (99.11%) and 9/6 Double Double Bonus (98.98%). These games are spread in quarter, half-dollar and dollar denominations.
There is a total of 22 table games at Cannery Casino. Of these, 10 are double deck blackjack games with $5 to $500 limits. Players may double down before and after splitting. Aces may be re-split three times and blackjack pays 3-2. There are three six-deck blackjack games with the same rules plus surrender and limits of $5 to $500.
Super Fun 21 is spread with $3 to $500 limits. The dealer hits soft 17 in all blackjack games at Cannery.
There are two craps tables at Cannery with limits of $5 to $1,000. It permits ten times odds and the Field pays triple on 12.
Two double zero roulette tables allow $5 minimum and $500 maximum bets. Three Pai Gow Poker tables take action from $5 to $100. Three card Poker has $5 to $200 limits.
The race book and sportsbook is operated by Boyd Gaming. It accepts wagers in-person and transactions related to its BConnected sports app. The sportsbook is open from 7:30 AM to 11 PM daily. It opens 30 minutes earlier on Saturdays and Sundays.
There are seven bingo sessions held every day at the bingo room in Cannery. The first game is at 11 AM and a new one starts every two hours until 11 PM. There is both a smoking and nonsmoking section in the bingo hall at Cannery.
There is a three-table poker room at Cannery that opens at 9 AM daily. The main game is $2 to $6 spread limit Texas Hold’em (no limit games are rare). Players earn $1 per hour in cash games. Promotions include aces cracked and flopping four of a kind or better. The Cannery poker room does not spread any tournaments.
While Cannery and its sister casino (Eastside Cannery) are both owned by Boyd Gaming, the two casinos do not use BConnected for its players club. The Can Club that was used before the acquisition by Boyd Gaming is still used at both casinos.
New Can Club members qualify for a $200 loss rebate. Players have 24 hours upon signing up to qualify by losing anywhere from $20 to $200. A winning player can simply cash out and leave, while losing players have two reimbursement options. One is for half the amount and arrives seven days later. The other includes the other half of the loss that occurs two weeks later. Players have seven days to claim the loss rebate in free play. It must be wagered one time before a ticket will print. Players may withdraw any amount of their free play on a machine, allowing for action on multiple games.
Players earn one Can Club point for every $1 in slots and $2 in video poker and keno and $3 in bingo cards. Poker players earn 400 points per hour of cash game play. Players may convert 400 points for $1 in free play, cash or comps.
There are six restaurants at Cannery Casino. Only one option is fine dining; the other five are casual dining or fast food. Waverly’s Steakhouse recently closed and it being redeveloped into a new Boyd Gaming concept.
Vino’s Ristorante: This is the only fine dining options at Cannery Casino. It specializes in pasta, seafood, veal, steak and chicken. There is an appetizer, wine and dessert menu. Tuesday is all-you-can-eat pasta for $10.99. Vino’s Ristorante is open for dinner daily.
Cannery Row Buffet: The buffet is open for lunch and dinner daily. It also has a weekend brunch. Lunch is $11.99 with a $3 discount for tiered Can Club members. Dinner and brunch $15.99 with a $5 discount for tiered members.
Casa Cocina: This Mexican option specializes in fajitas and tequilas. Other menu options include tacos, enchiladas, tamales and tostados. It is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday.
Victory’s Café is a standard 24-hour casino café. Victory’s Bar & Grill is the sports bar at Cannery. Vino’s Pizzeria sells slices, wings and pasta.
There are 201 hotel rooms at Cannery Casino. This is the minimum permitted for an unrestricted gaming license in the jurisdiction.
Rates start at $70 during the week and $140 on weekends. This does not include the $7 resort fee. Cannery Casino rooms have either one king or two queens for the same price. Free coffee is available every morning for hotel guests. There is a fitness center, pool, mini-fridge, business center, hair dryer, iron and ironing board as amenities.