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Golden Nugget brings Troy Liquor Bar Downtown

Drinks, DJs and Downtown views—what more could you ask for?
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The Las Vegas Strip is home to several New York imports, but it isn’t the only place to experience some East Coast flavor.

Arriving from Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, Troy Liquor Bar opened at the Golden Nugget in November and just celebrated its grand opening this month. Taking over the former Gold Diggers spot and hailed as the lone dance spot within the Downtown casino corridor, the new venue brings entertainment, style and a sexy, laid-back vibe to the Downtown circuit.

“Downtown Las Vegas has continued to grow as a late-night hot spot, and with Troy Liquor Bar opening as the only nightclub on the Fremont Street Experience, it will allow guests to encompass Las Vegas nightlife in the heart of downtown,” said Sean Charsley, Golden Nugget director of nightlife. “We’re excited to offer guests an elevated nightlife experience in Downtown Las Vegas.”

Troy features a smattering of diverse DJs, bottle service and a dance floor—all without Strip prices—plus a second-story patio where revelers can view the Viva Vision light show and all the action along the Fremont Street Experience. Beyond the porcelain walls and plush seating is a state-of-the-art soundsystem and DJ booth, immersive lighting and artwork and weekly specials like “Thirsty Thursdays” ladies’ night, “Release Me Fridays” with $150 bottle specials, “Social Saturdays” and more.

And like anything that lands in Las Vegas, things are ramped up a notch. Unlike the New York location, you won’t find billiards, but you will have access to blackjack tables, leaving clubbers to experience the best of New York and Downtown Vegas. Troy Liquor Bar at Golden Nugget, 702-385-7111; Thursday – Sunday, 9 p.m. - varies

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