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Freedom Beat pairs music with food at Downtown Grand

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The new restaurant and concert hall has a modern roadhouse feel.

Downtown Las Vegas nightlife has emerged as a very different animal from its big, bold counterpart of the Strip. Beyond the tourist-oriented Fremont Street Experience there’s a locals-centric fun spot featuring hip bars, innovative restaurants and lots of live music soundtracking a walkable district of fun.

The newest venue to emerge on the scene is Freedom Beat, a restaurant and concert hall with a modern roadhouse feel inside the Downtown Grand. The renovated space has a tiered design to optimize the audience experience during each performance, and sound, lighting and staging developed with the artist in mind.

With an all-American menu including 24-hour breakfast, chicken-fried bacon, flame-grilled oysters and shrimp jambalaya—not to mention a full bar—Freedom Beat promises to keep the party well-fueled at all times. It’s a familiar yet innovative concept that provides yet another reason to explore the full vibrancy of Downtown Las Vegas. Freedom Beat at Downtown Grand, 702-719-6315; 24/7.

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