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create and serve exactly what you want and even things of which you haven’t yet dreamed. Meet some of the purveyors serving up unrivaled liquid experiences.
Greg Costello & Brian Kip
The curators of this cool place to unwind with a drink invite you to enjoy the whimsical patio and vintage interior, complete with an old boob tube playing VHS tapes. This restaurant and bar in The Arts District is one of Las Vegas’ best places to drink and dine, whether you are vegan or a hardcore carnivore. Come explore the deep beverage offerings and live entertainment.
He found inspiration in the artwork and concepts of a mega period in our history. Taking the name from the first two atomic bombs detonated at the Nevada Test Site–Able and Baker–and the “Atomic Blast” viewing parties of the era, you’ll get a kick out of this brewery’s cleverly named and well crafted beer selections. This brewery also hosts a scratch kitchen and delightful wine list.
The General Manager of the first brewery on Fremont Street runs a tight ship. When a few friends with a passion for beer got together and combined their experience, it was with passionate focus: to bring the art of craft brewing to their family and guests. Enjoy exploring the broad selection at the rustic wood tables, the natural light from the large windows, or people-watching from the outdoor seating
The owner of this cocktail lounge is a native Las Vegan with a reverence for classic cocktails and classic Rat Pack Vegas. This popular hotspot is known for serving specialty cocktails, as well as delicious food and live music. Located on the ground floor of the Juhl, lounge seating, a crystal chandelier, and an intimately lit bar add to the vibe–but it’s the welcoming atmosphere and explorable menu that keep a colorful cast of characters that includes locals and conventioneers coming back.
The GM for this unmistakably unconventional, ‘grammable delight brings a high-energy to this unpretentious, upbeat neighborhood bar. Fueled by rock ‘n’ roll music, complete with its very own vintage speaker collection turned-art installation, you are sure to have fun reveling in the nostalgic flair. The ‘70s-inspired decor sets the stage for today’s bar-hopping connoisseur.
The co-owner of this brewery found inspiration while traveling through Europe. Craft beer culture is about reveling in the discovery of new brews as much as it is about cherishing the time spent together with your companions. Explore the magic and science of brewing on a tour, enjoy the various beer styles and sample the well-crafted food menu.
Downtown Cocktail Room
Horse Trailer Hideout
The owner of this intimate cocktail room combines loungy, upscale cocktail and clandestine, New York City vibes. Famous for seasonal menus, the oldest continually running bar in Downtown is all about hand-crafted original and classic cocktails. Feel free to be adventurous and go with something new, or confident in a perfectly executed classic.
The owner of this unique bar experience delivers industrial country-chic and sustainably offers unparalleled adult beverages with unprecedented hospitality. Live music, special events, or just looking to get lost and enjoy new, alternative music, the lounge bar is the perfect choice to explore craft cocktails, elevated wines, and beers influenced by local ingredients.
Oak & Ivy
As a bartender, priorities are delivering excellent guest experiences and serving flawless beverages. This craft whiskey cocktail bar is dedicated to classic mixology and unique handcrafted drinks. High quality, fresh, seasonal ingredients, homemade garnishes and mixers are to be expected. A selection of barrel-aged cocktails, rare beers and spirits deliver story-worthy sips every time.
This tavern owner is also an award-winning television producer and filmmaker–and it shows. As you step into this funky hangout, you are immediately transported into a decor of vivid imagination brought to life with a playful selection of antiques and memorabilia. An eclectic mix of live music, spoken word, and poetry open mic nights are complemented by an equally adventurous list of food and drink.
This aficionado offers a couple dozen craft beers on tap. Far from limiting, the limited selection of spirits–augmented with bottled & canned beers and wine–the menu shows where the focus is. Don’t be intimidated if you’re new to the bottle shop experience; the seasoned staff is ready to guide you through a delightful world of discovery. Check back regularly for daily schedules of featured food trucks adding to the adventure.