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Have you heard of Pub Church? This is a crazy thing at Atomic Liquors (917 Fremont St.), where, on Sunday mornings, a nondenominational religious service is held an hour before the start of the NFL games.
“This door always used to be locked because of the crowd the bar attracted, but we’ll keep it open,” Derek Stonebarger says. “We want people to use our back parking lot and begin their night here.” “Here” is the back door of Atomic Liquors, the oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas (circa 1945), and a true movie star: Scenes from Casino, The Hangover and many other films were shot here before the bar closed in 2011.
“This door always used to be locked because of the crowd the bar attracted, but we’ll keep it open,” says Derek Stonebarger. “We want people to use our back parking lot and begin their night here.”