You’ve got one more day to say goodbye to the Freakin’ Frog

Adam Carmer is closing his Freakin’ Frog and Whisky Attic—at least temporarily.
Las Vegas Sun File

The Freakin’ Frog, a Las Vegas institution for more than 10 years, will be closing its doors on November 1, but there’s still time to say goodbye to one of the Valley’s favorite watering holes—and snag some very cool souvenirs in the process.

According to owner Adam Carmer, in addition to big discounts on all the beer in his massive walk-in refrigerator—from 30 to 70 percent—there will be live music and an ongoing auction of “everything in the place,” from glassware to neon signage to taps (if you’ve ever been to the Frog, you know that’s a LOT of taps).

The hours Friday will be from 1 p.m. “until the freakin’ fun is done,” Carmer says. While he says the Frog is only going “on hiatus” (the center containing Carmer’s bar is undergoing major renovation), Carmer says his accompanying Whisky Attic—arguably the most comprehensive collection of whiskies in Las Vegas, and possibly the country—will continue in another soon-to-be-announced location. “The Whiskey Attic will live on in a new location doing what it has done over the years, educating and inspiring anyone who wishes.”

The Freakin’ Frog 4700 S. Maryland Pkwy, Ste. 8, (702) 217-6794.

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