The Riviera Hotel and Casino will officially exit the scene on Tuesday with a cinematic implosion, complete with fireworks.
It was the Las Vegas Strip's first high-rise, and was as famous for its actual mobster ties as its Hollywood personification of Sin City's mobster past.
"The Riv" closed in May 2015 after 60 years on the northern end of the Strip. The casino's owners, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, are spending $42 million to level the 13-building campus.
Officials said the 24-story Monaco Tower will go down at 2 a.m. Tuesday and the Monte Carlo Tower will be imploded in August.
The Riviera's 15 to 20 seconds-long implosion will mark the latest kiss goodbye to what's left among the relics to Vegas' mobster past.