In a metropolis known for pleasing the masses, the downtown Las Vegas scene deals something unique and delightfully unexpected. This new side to the strip is a place where quirk and culture thrive, supplying an array of great vintage shops, an energetic bar scene and restaurants that a bring local flavor to our foodie favorites. And in the middle of it all, the new W Las Vegas is just as vibrant: housing a music venue you just can’t miss and located inside the fab SLS Las Vegas complex. Check out the most unique spots to explore around Downtown Las Vegas, and do Sin City the right way. Game on.
Viva Las Arepas
1616 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Suite 130
Enjoy true Venezuelan dishes made to order. Find your favorite dish and try their signature arepas made fresh every day from authentic family recipes.
1126 Fremont St
A canteen-style, neighborhood restaurant and coffee bar located in the Fremont East District of Downton Las Vegas. Enjoy locally-sourced coffee or snack on some sweet treats baked and ready every morning.
3200 S Las Vegas Blvd.
For seafood straight from the source head to Luke’s. Try their chowder and a cold beer while taking in the nautical atmosphere in the middle of the desert.
Makers & Finders
1120 South Main St#110
This one of a kind, brightly lit and open space has positive affirmations and urban art scattered throughout, making it a great work-space and home to many local creatives and the perfect place to relax with a drink.
2535 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
A culmination of style and sophistication with an edge, Foxtail Nightclub & Pool is an exclusive nightclub and with an expansive outdoor pool area. For those who seek true Las Vegas nightlife, look no further.
Commonwealth brings a stylish new social scene to the burgeoning Downtown Vegas. The swanky 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and architectural influences inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and libations. Complete with an exclusive speakeasy to give you the best surroundings as you sip!
1000 Scenic Loop Drive
With 19 marked trails, this scenic park is the perfect place to see the desert in a whole new light.
Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire Hwy, Moapa Valley,
Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, dedicated in 1935. Petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyph are a few of the stunning sites to explore all year long.
The Neon Museum
770 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Founded in 1996, the Neon Museum has the biggest collections of old neons from the city, collecting relics that show Vegas’s bright history. Check out the Neon Boneyard which houses rescued signs – a stunning, and slightly erie site at sunset!
The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Avenue
Get to know the Mob at this interactive museum that takes you through the stories of those historic bad guys that are such a big part of American history.