Downtown Las Vegas locals, including residents from the Juhl condominium community, are at the epicenter of the city’s ultimate bar scene.
Ever-evolving, Downtown Las Vegas offers a quiet nook for a signature cocktail, raucous party spots, charming retro dives, cowboy bars, luxury hotel lounges, karaoke, craft breweries and more!
Here are just a few suggestions to get you started on planning your own Downtown Bar Hop experience!
Located on the edge of the Arts District, Atomic Liquor – where customers like the Rat Pack once watched nuclear tests from the roof – has the oldest tavern license in the state of Nevada. It was restored to its original glory in 2012.
F the Bar is one of the newest downtown bars serving natural wines on tap, local beers from Able Baker to Tenaya Creek, mocktails and more. Located in a low-slung section of the renovated former motel at the Fergusons Downtown block, F The Bar sports wooden booths, roughly textured walls, brass accents and a profusion of potted plants.
This Fremont East addition, which opened in 2020, has truly hit its stride as a party spot for Latin dance music fans with DJs and covers most nights, and as a home for the roving Techno Taco Tuesday bash.
Jammyland in the Arts District has some of the best cocktails in town using ingredients and flavor combinations you won’t find anywhere else. The spacious patio right on Main Street is also a great spot for people-watching.
Berlin Bar is a relatively new Arts District spot offering weekly punk rock karaoke and bring-your-own-vinyl nights. It boasts a loyal audience of locals.
Garagiste Wine Room is the laid-back Arts District’s place to go if you’re curious about natural wines. There’s also some very nice beers and ciders for non-wine-drinking guests.
HUDL Brewing Company is a microbrewery that feels like your local neighborhood bar. Located in the Arts District, it offers a range of options for all manner of beer drinkers including the HEXX Chocolate Cream Ale and Spun Monkey spumoni-inspired Imperial Pastry Stout. Robot Brain Music Bingo and trivia nights are particularly popular.
Horse Trailer Hideout on Main Street is industrial-country-chic, serving up a variety of specialty drinks like sweet-and-sour margaritas and “What Happens in Vegas” with its Ambros banana whiskey, coconut rum, pineapple and five-spice syrup.
The Sand Dollar Lounge debuted its second Las Vegas location in early May at The Plaza. The latest iteration of the blues bar incorporates elements of the original, including vintage chandeliers, rock art plus a large stage of dance floor. Definitely check out the craft cocktails. Although The Sand Dollar Lounge is adjacent to the hotel’s casino floor, there’s also a Main Street entrance.
The D Bar is famous for its frozen cocktails and performing bartenders. The music is loud, and the drinks are invigorating,
H20 Bar is the place to sip drinks al fresco as you watch sharks swim by in a 200,000-gallon tank near the Golden Nugget Pool. It is a once in a lifetime experience.
For a more comprehensive list of Downtown Las Vegas Bars check out Vegas.com or Thrillest Where to Drink Like a Local in Downtown Las Vegas.
If you dream of living in a vibrant urban environment where the best in bar-hopping and world-class restaurants are within walking distance of your front door, and neighborliness reigns, Juhl, the modern loft-style high-rise condominium community that spans an entire city block in downtown Las Vegas, awaits your call! Visit Juhllv.com or call 702-816-5466.