Bank Club of Pioche

While visiting the friendly town of Pioche, drop by the Bank Club for a cool beverage in the summer or a warm drink by the fireplace in the winter. You can relax with a game of pool or play our loose video slot machines. The Bank Club boasts for the largest single jackpot payout in Lincoln County.

 The Bank Club offers live entertainment and dancing on Labor Day Weekend and other holidays throughout the year, or you can dance to our Wurlitzer Juke Box. We offer Big Screen TV for sporting events, and also packaged liquor, beer and wine for your convenience.

The Bank Club was formerly The Alamo Club until purchased by Mr. Jim Marsh. After extensive remodeling the Club reopened September 2004 and was renamed The Bank Club of Pioche.

The building was originally built in the mid 1860’s and was The Wells Fargo Freight Office and the Pioche Bank. It is noted for the large bank vault in the rear of the building. It opened as the Alamo Club Bar in 1901 and was commonly referred to as the “Bucket of Blood Saloon”.

Throughout the years this business has hosted many notables and rowdy miners. Some say Doc Hollady and Butch Cassidy were in this building at one time.

The Bank Club is just one piece of history in this old mining town and continues with its reputation as a lively spot for entertainment.