L’auberge is the French term for a “district” of France. It is essentially a small village, or commune, but it’s often referred to as a city. It is essentially a small town, or city.
It is a town (or a city) that is famous for the many hotels and casinos that line its streets. The name is most often used in conjunction with casinos, as the name is similar to the French word l’auberge, which translates to “the avenue.
Lauberge is also the French word for the baton rouge (a long thin sword) that is used in fighting in a casino.