1. Frankie's Tiki Room1712 W. Charleston, Las Vegas
2. Velveteen Rabbit1218 S Main St, Las Vegas
3. Double Down Saloon4640 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
4. Golden Steer Steakhouse308 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
5. Mob Bar201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas
6. Pop's Philly Steaks501 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas
7. The Bootlegger Bistro7700 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
Open 24-7, this off-the-Strip lounge is brimming with the possibly Polynesian, from blowfish lighting to idols, decor, and seating hand-carved by a cadre of seventeen artists, including Crazy Al Evans, Tiki Bosko, Tiki Ray, Billy the Crud, Tom "Big Toe" Laura, and the real Sgt. Hulka of the group, Bamboo Ben.
Opened by two sisters who wanted a fun place to kick back, this buzzy cocktail hangout is pouring boutique spirits in a space decked out with local artwork and vintage furniture, and adjoined by an outdoor patio with a stage for up-and-coming musicians. Velveteen Rabbit has mastered the art of the craft cocktail, slinging creative drinks that change with the seasons, like autumn's Something Wicked (bourbon, apple butter, meringue, bitters, angostura), and has developed a killer craft beer list, too.
Home of the famed Ass Juice cocktail, DD's the anti-Vegas & grunge bar that's "a clubhouse for the lunatic fringe"(!). You'll find live music, pinball, pool, and all kinds of folk visiting this psychedelically painted joint.
Opened in 1958, GS's served some greats -- like Nat "King" Cole, Joe DiMaggio & Elvis Presley -- over the years, and's home to "The Best Steaks on Earth". ON EARTH!! So, twist your arm, guess you'll just have to go and see if that trademark's really true.
Styled like a 1920s speakeasy/supper club, MB's pouring craft 'tails in downtown Vegas.
POP's (Pride of Philly Steaks) has been plating authentic Philly cheesesteaks since 2002 so yous guys can get your Philly fix all the way in Vegas.