Bars

The Double Down, the Peppermill, Huntridge Tavern and more.

Five Vegas bars beautifully trapped in time

June 1st, 2017

The Double Down, the Peppermill, Huntridge Tavern and more.

  • Industry Weekly

    Reilly might be Ireland’s version of the Most Interesting Man in the World.

  • Dining

    Forget Fremont Street. Here’s where the real boozy Downtown fun is at.

  • Intersection

    The gastropub at Atomic Liquors is now serving, and it was worth the wait.

  • Intersection

    If you hear the Shabba Ranks song “Ting-A-Ling” while you’re there, the Ting and Sing cocktail drops to $3.

  • Industry Weekly

    These brews are competing well against longtime favorites within PT’s taverns.

  • Dining

    Whether it's Downtown or on the Strip, these watering holes will satisfy to start your night out.

  • Industry Weekly

    The man behind Casa Fuente and the new Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace has a new headquarters off the Strip.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Tuscany bar offers a treasure trove of brews along with cocktails and food.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new bar and lounge feels like a hybrid of Mad Men and The Jetsons.

  • Industry Weekly

    The industry trade show continues to grow every year. It's back at the Las Vegas Convention Center March 27-29.

  • A&E

    A driving range? A burger and beer garden on the Strip? Find these Vegas venues.

  • A&E

    Even when it first opened in 2007 and gave Vegas drinkers and scenesters their first walkable Downtown barhop, you always started at DCR.

  • Industry Weekly

    The lounge atop Delano Las Vegas essentially evolves its experience throughout the course of each night.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Dorsey gives the Venetian the one puzzle piece it lacked—a sexy cocktail bar, that perfect meeting point.

  • Intersection

    Not only are owners of several establishments unthreatened by recreational cannabis, some of them fully welcome it.

  • Dining News

    New manager Tony Zanello and chef Daniel Schneider are changing the flavor at the Downtown-area bar.

  • Industry Weekly

    Patrons at Wildfire Anthem get quite a bit of extra entertainment from behind the bar.

  • Dining

    Sour Saturday also includes the Atomic Lucky Draw, which will award a few winners with pours of “unicorn tears for beer geeks.”

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  • A&E

    Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate—and other things you need to know before heading to the festival.

  • MusicFeatured

    Whited has circled the world umpteen times over, parlaying his role as drum tech for The Killers into similar gigs with Death Cab for Cutie ...

  • Chef Talk

    "I’ll be in Vegas a lot more than other people, and you’ll see me. I won’t be an absentee owner."

  • MusicFeatured

    “This sounds like the ‘montage’ song from any number of ’80s movies, The Karate Kid, especially.

  • MusicFeatured

    Smoke + Mirrors was one of the most dark periods of my life,” frontman Dan Reynolds says.

  • Music

    “These are the 100 emerging artists you should be paying attention to, because they’re going to really matter in the next 18 to 24 months."

  • Industry Weekly

    The singer has kept busy in the two years since his Wildheart album.

  • Music

    Sugar Ray plays a concert at night at the Flamingo's pool June 25.

  • Dining

    The Forum Shops is celebrating 25 years of changing the Las Vegas experience this year, having opened in May 1992 when luxury retail was not ...

  • A&E

    With big visitation numbers and a very party-ready crowd, EDC has become like a second, slightly smaller Memorial Day holiday weekend.

  • A&E

    We've got stacks on stacks.

  • Film

    It has elements that might make for fun toys for kids, but combine into an underwhelming movie.

  • A&E

    "I’m not genre-specific, I’m more open format in the sense of wanting to please the crowd. They’re there for dance music, but we all know ...

  • Intersection

    The nonprofit recently cut its operating hours and staff salaries to offset funding issues.

  • A&E

    The veteran stand-up performer returns to the Mirage's Aces of Comedy series this weekend.

  • Reviews

    Served with rich and meaty bone marrow and creamy Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, the New York strip will satisfy even the most insatiable carnivore.

  • A&E

    Though it might seem strange to bring Metro Boomin and DJ Khaled to EDC, their influence is undeniable

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    Locals and tourists alike danced the night away, sporting a wide range of costumes from surfers in board shorts to showgirls in pasties and even ...