Unique Bars to Drink at in Las Vegas
Vegas is known for quite a lot of attributes. For starters, it’s the Entertainment Capital of the World. Secondly, it’s the known hotspot for gambling and top-notch drinks.
And speaking of drinks, if you’re tired of the casino bar scene, we have the solution for you. Throughout Vegas are these unique bars not a lot of visitors know of. We’re not saying you need a map to find them or to go underground—you just need to do your research.
That’s why we’ve taken care of it for you by bringing you this list of bars only found in Sin City. No matter your tastes (aesthetically speaking) or choice of drinks, there’s a bar for every kind of personality that visits this city.
Keep reading to find your next go-to bar scene!
For those that know of reality TV star Danny “Count” Koker, prepare to get excited. His bar is called Count’s Vamp’d and it’s the perfect place for metal heads and car enthusiasts alike to gather around.
You’ll get to rock out to tribute bands dedicated to rock legends like AC/DC and Black Sabbath. On top of the entertainment, Count’s holds a car show from time to time.
It’s the place for those looking for something different than a stuffy, uptight bar. You can really let your hair down in this rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere.
Oktoberfest happens every day in this Munich-inspired bar. There’s plenty of beer to go around, along with delectable foods commonly found in Germany like sausage and Bavarian specialties.
What makes their beer so great? For starters, their selections are directly imported from the brewery located in Munich, Germany. They’re brewed with high standards in mind so every sip is crisp and full of flavor.
But what’s a bar without some fun? Grab your friends to enjoy a Shot-Ski together. Or, in true Vegas fashion, spank your friends when you order their shot paddles!
Millennium Fandom Bar
Calling all sci-fi fanatics, superhero fans, cosplayers, and anyone who loves video games and movies! This eclectic bar full of stylishly put together fandom pieces is sure to wow.
They celebrate every kind of fan out there, from superheroes to anime. Here, you won’t feel alone when you’re surrounded by other adults who love the exact same things as you. Think of it as a place for nerds and geeks at heart to connect along with great booze.
Cosplay is optional but if yours is good enough, it could end up on their online gallery! And, if you found your perfect mate, they offer wedding packages. But if things went south in your marriage, they also offer a divorce party package.
Frankie’s Tiki Room
You’ll feel as if you stepped out of Vegas and straight into Hawaii at Frankie’s Tiki Room. It’s decorated head-to-toe with custom-designed tiki statues and bamboo all around.
This is one place you’ll know you’ll get your money’s worth when it comes to the drinks. On their menu, the number of skulls indicate how strong that drink is.
Three skulls means it’s not too bad. Five means you’ve been warned—it’s on the strong side.
Minus 5 Ice Bar
Who knew it could get so freezing cold in the desert? Said no one ever.
But now, Minus 5 Ice Bar makes it a reality. Jack Frost nips at your nose with 90 tons of ice surrounding you.
All the furniture is made of ice but don’t worry, you’ll be covered in cozy faux furs and plush coats to keep your bum warm. There are ice sculptures all about along with upbeat music and a flashy LED light show.
This icy experience is best enjoyed with friends or coworkers for a one-of-a-kind outing.
Forget the average casino bar. The Chandelier kicks it up ten notches with epic crystal chandeliers that dazzle.
To make it more interesting, there are various levels to enjoy delicious cocktails at. At each level, the menu is different so why not have at least one drink per floor?
The first floor is what you’ll be more familiar with—accessible to people-watching, noise from passersby, and a more generalized atmosphere. The second and third floors are dedicated to intimate experiences—handcrafted cocktails and the feeling of living the life of luxury.
The Chocolate Bar
Have a hankering for chocolate? If you haven’t been already, Hershey’s Chocolate World is like the retail version of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.
Everywhere you turn, there’s chocolate and candy! It holds over 800 types of Hershey’s chocolates located in New York New York. Trust us, it’s hard to get out of there without spending any money.
To make the experience even sweeter, you can now enjoy your favorite treats as cocktails at The Chocolate Bar. There’s the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Martini, Watermelon Jolly Rancher shot, and more deliciously-addicting choices.
While Hershey’s Chocolate World is for the family, The Chocolate Bar is adults-only so why not make it a date night?
Over on Fremont Street is the oldest freestanding bar left in Vegas, Atomic Liquors. Way back when, atomic bomb testing would happen right outside the city in the desert.
People would come to Atomic Liquors just to watch the explosions (yes, the bar is thatold). Today, it’s now the place for a historic taste of Nevada’s past.
While you sip on their Atomic Drafts, enjoy listening to history from the bartenders. There’s also newspaper clippings, artwork, and old signs documenting that era.
And if you really can’t get enough about atomic testing, you’ll want to visit the National Atomic Testing Museum!
Take Bar-Hopping to a Whole New Level
For those tired of the same old casino bar scene, remember this list next time you’re bar-hopping. These unique bars are anything but boring so good times are waiting to be had. It’ll definitely be some wild-but-good nights to remember.
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