Unique might be a strong enough word. But the outdoor area of this excellent seafood eatery, which sits a few floors up at the Aria Hotel, is a must-visit regardless. Check the walls for bullet holes before you leave. The hand-carved tables and bamboo accents evoke the Pacific Islands, but the low lighting and bar stools are straight out of 1950s-era Vegas. As you sip and swirl, thank your lucky stars for the legal status of alcohol. When the sun is blazing and cooking all the tourists like a fine tofurky loaf some of our writers are veggie , Minus 5 is the only place in town to be surrounded by 360 degrees of 23 degree goodness. There's also plenty of classics, like the Mint Julep, made with fresh mint and a generously oaked Woodford Reserve Bourbon.
One of the bar's most-mentioned features is the front door, which some people have a hard time finding. No visit to Vegas would be complete without a stop at this dive bar. As summer ends and fall takes over, every football fan in the country gears up to draft their fantasy football team and start watching their favorite pro and college teams take the field. The enormous space features multiple dining areas and bars. We can hold our beer. One of the best bets in Vegas is happy hour, that time of day when restaurants and bars offer up discounted food and drink specials. But you can still grab a drink and sit under the vintage hair dryer.
Come in and decide for yourself! So you want a place where you can drink and rock your Boba Fett outfit without having people look at you like you just crawled out of a sarlacc pit. While a few of these places are wacky and silly, others represent some of the most compelling elements of Las Vegas history and culture. Mike Morey's Sip'n'Tip is our latest incarnation with an emphasis on simplicity, approachability, and fun. While the atmosphere is fun especially for the desert , Frankie's Original Tiki Drinks are what truly keep guests coming back for more. The Parlour features a classic lounge setting with warm rich tones, a baby grand piano and leather club chairs. Parasol Up is on the main floor of the casino and the perfect meeting spot with comfortable couches surrounded by drapes and the Wynn's elaborate floral displays. But the bar scene is what keeps the city alive at night.
How to get in: Text a secret number for instructions on how to enter. The outdoor area boasts a lawn, multiple stages, a bar, a taco stand and an immobile pickup truck. Get into the gangster frame of mind with the B-Movie Detective, a self-proclaimed Italian twisted Bloody Mary, or take the Vow of Silence, a sinful mix of gin and lavender. Do you really like football so much you would look away if an attractive woman was dancing right beside you? One of the best spots to catch a view was from the roof of Atomic Liquors. With a menu spanning from vegetarian delights to… Posts navigation. The Bourbon Room opened a few years ago in conjunction with the Rock of Ages stage production in which the story unfolds in a Sunset Strip bar of the same name.
Arcade Bar, which sits in the back of Libertine, is like its own little club, courtesy of the modern mixologist himself. Check out the breathtaking views in every direction. Try a rum-based tiki drink like the Zombie, a classic hangover cure invented in the 1930s, or the Nakalele Knockout, a mix of two kinds of rum with hibiscus and lime. Yes, this has been around for a while. Don't forget to say hello to the bulldog mascot who's usually hanging out near the front door. The bar was renovated not long ago, but only to give things a face-lift, not a complete re-do. The party host is Danny Gee, a fixture of the scene and the man who makes every night a great night.
There is no pass code or reservation. In the back, a speakeasy with a secret entrance. In comparison to the city's world-famous nightclub circuit, Vegas' bar scene is relatively low-key, especially if you're bar-hopping downtown. The big booths at make for comfortable football viewing, and the bar area is right for socializing and lamenting the inability to get the crucial first downs when your team needs them. Hosting one of the best Happy Hours on property, Cadillac offers an extensive discounted menu from 4 — 7 p. The Strip The Chandelier Arriving at this sophisticated cocktail bar is like stepping into a larger-than-life chandelier.
Looking for sushi happy hours? There are College Coors Light specials Saturdays until 5 p. But are any of those in the desert? The beverages were such at a hit, that in 1952, the café became Atomic Liquors and attracted the likes of the Rat Pack, Smothers Brothers, and even Barbra Streisand. The team behind the concept says it's basically a clubhouse with a bar to pay the bills. And if you do dress up as Boba Fett, don't pick a fight with a Jedi. Parasol Down: daily, 11am-2am Prices: £££ Downtown Atomic Liquors The fantastic vintage neon signs outside are your first clue: Atomic Liquors is the oldest freestanding bar in Vegas. This guide has more added every week. But trust us when we say that Peppermill Fireside Lounge knows its identity and is proud to be as unique as it is.
It's also the place where Clark Gable was left waiting to learn about the death of his wife, Carole Lombard, whose plane crashed into a nearby mountain in 1942. Our extremely competitive bar packages, attentive staff, and intimate atmosphere will keep you comfortable, relaxed, and entertained any time of day or night. Yes, Sin City is clearly about so much more than and. But if anyone not listed asks, we totally just picked bars at random. The third incarnation of this deep Downtown bar is the best yet. Las Vegas becomes football central as fans gather around the big screens in sports books, bars, and restaurants up and down the strip, ready to cheer on their team.
Nowhere else in Las Vegas can you dance until the sun comes up right next to a cool rooftop pool. West Valley This Irish Pub in Boca Park has become a destination spot for Patriots fans in Las Vegas. The menu for Super Bowl Sunday will feature Boston favorites like lobster rolls, clam chowder, and steak tips, to be washed down with your choice of Guinness or Irish whiskey. If you want an old-school tiki alternative, pulled off the gimmick first near Downtown. Yes, there are Minus 5 bars in other places.
The 6,000-square-foot Commonwealth cocktail bar is inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and drinks and comes complete with its very own speakeasy, plus a 2,000-square-foot rooftop patio with spectacular views of downtown. We've got our own versions of the Sphinx, Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, and if you venture just east of the Strip, a full-scale reproduction of Germany's most famous beer hall. The drink menu features a collection of the finest spirits and libations, each expertly crafted by one of the top mixologists in the city and executed by Commonwealth's experienced bartenders. Once your head hits the pillow, drift off into dreams of a bygone era. Shops, restaurants and assorted businesses all reside in different shipping containers that make up the outer walls of the facility.