Food & Drink

The Perfect Las Vegas Bar for (Almost) Every Occasion

Published On 05/25/2015 Published On 05/25/2015
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There are a TON of bars in Las Vegas where you can party, drink, or even make a bad decision or two, but you don't want to make a bad decision about which bar you should go to in the first place. That's why we've done you a favor and picked the best Sin City bar for every possible occasion (okay, so just 35 of 'em), from just after you get promoted to just after you get dumped, and everything... err, 33 other things, in between:
 

Playing tour guide: Ghostbar

The Palms
It’s easy to impress your friends from out of town with a view of the Strip from the 55th floor of the Palms. Grab a drink, step outside, and look knowledgeable when you point and say things like, “Look… there’s the airport.”

Levi Ellyson

Just got promoted: Rhumbar

The Mirage
You’ve got money to burn thanks to that brand-new raise. Another thing you’ll want to burn: a fat stogie from Rhumbar’s cigar collection.
 

Celebrating a birthday: Champagnes Cafe

East of the Strip
This old-school spot has been around forever and has seen a few birthdays come and go. It will go all-out for your big day with decorations and cupcakes at your table. It’s also one of the rowdiest places for karaoke, which could be just what you need after a few too many birthday shots.

Laura Larson

Going on a first date: Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

Town Square
The happy hour specials include tasty bites as well as beers, cocktails, and wines by the glass starting at just $4, so this first date won’t break the bank even if the sparks don’t fly. If it does go well, head to the patio and make some moves by the fire pit.

Cantina Laredo

Going on a third date: Cantina Laredo

Tivoli Village
There’s nothing like tequila to help you get over your "third date" jitters. Cantina Laredo is here to help with more than 120 choices of tequila.

Atomic Liquors

Appreciating some Las Vegas history: Atomic Liquors

Downtown
This used to be the place where you could sit on the roof and watch atomic bombs being tested out in the desert. It’s also the filming location for that scene in Casino where some dude got stabbed in the neck with a pen.

Diablo’s Cantina

Cinco de Mayo: Diablo’s Cantina

Monte Carlo
Get wild on two levels with patio views that overlook the chaos of the Strip on one of the biggest party days of the year. Don’t forget your 42oz mega-Margarita.
 

Shooting pool: Backstage Bar & Billiards

Downtown
It’s not only one of the coolest places to play pool, but it’s also one of the best places to see a show, especially if you want to check out up-and-coming local bands or national acts like Helmet. It even feels like an actual backstage area with empty equipment cases, framed gold records, and concert T-shirts lining the walls.

Sin City Brewing Co.

Day drinking: Sin City Brewing Co.

On the Strip
If you’re going to drink all day, you better save a few bucks. The Sin City Brewing Co. walk-in bar on Harmon is the only location for the brewery that has an all-day happy hour, with deals on its five signature craft beers.

Rojo Lounge

Hanging out with that person you’re not supposed to be hanging out with: Rojo Lounge

The Palms
The red-lit bar and vinyl booths are perfect for hiding away from the crowds. This is one lobby location couples need to stop by on their next night out, especially if they don’t want to be seen.
 

Playing video games: Insert Coin(s)

Downtown
You’ve got a bar, you’ve got a dance floor, and you’ve got a DJ, all surrounded by video games. Play Resident Evil on the Playstation console at your table or Pac-Man at one of the vintage arcade machines.

Nine Fine Irishmen

St. Patrick’s Day: Nine Fine Irishmen

New York-New York
You can’t go wrong with the Guinness on draft or the nice selection of Irish whiskey, but the best reason to come here for St. Patty’s is the annual outdoor celebration that takes over the replica of the Brooklyn Bridge right outside the front door.
 

Watching the Rebels play: Born And Raised

Southwest Valley
So you graduated from UNLV and still want to cheer on the home team? Whether you’re watching football or basketball, you’ll feel right at home cheering on the Rebels at this sports bar. Tennis not so much.
 

Watching anyone but the Rebels play: Sporting Life Bar

Southwest Valley
It’s not about the game, as much as it’s about the awesome menu, which includes pork belly, bacon-wrapped dates, and other grub you don’t normally find in your typical sports bar.

Vice Versa

Getting over your gambling addiction: VICE VERSA Patio & Lounge

Vdara
Vdara is one of the few hotels in Las Vegas that doesn’t have an army of slot machines in the lobby. So if you’re just not interested in gambling (or are trying to avoid it since you’ve already blown most of your vacation money) Vice Versa offers more than a few distractions, including some sophisticated decorations, an outdoor lounge area, and a nice selection of martinis and finger food.
 

Celebrating an anniversary: Lobby Bar

Aria
Pop the ultimate bottle of bubbly to celebrate another year of wedded bliss. Lobby Bar has one of the most extensive selections of Special Club Champagne in the nation. To reach this exclusive label status, wine from an elite group of French vineyards must pass a rigorous taste test, go through a minimum three-year aging process, and then be approved again with a second tasting.

N9NE Steakhouse

Eating some red meat: N9NE Steakhouse

The Palms
You don’t need a table reservation to dine at N9NE Steakhouse. Slide up, grab a chair, and order a few bites from the bar menu, including the filet mignon sliders, grilled octopus, and Philly cheesesteak egg rolls.
 

Karaoke night: Dino's Lounge

Downtown
Sing like a fool. And drink just enough so you don’t remember it in the morning.

Bound by Salvatore

Celebrating after you win big at the casino: Bound by Salvatore

The Cromwell
The lobby bar from mixologist Salvatore Calabrese features a cabinet full of rare and high-end liquors that cost up to $600 per shot. The collection is simply called “The Cabinet”... and you can afford it now thanks to your lucky night at the craps tables.
 

Just got dumped: The Rockhouse

The Venetian
You need to find some girls. Stop by on Wednesdays when ladies get $1 drinks after 9pm with a $5 wristband. They also get to ride the mechanical bull for free. Good for them. And good for you.

Anthony Mair

Pre-show warm up: FIZZ

Caesars Palace
There’s a lot of entertainment at Caesars Palace. So grab a cocktail or glass of Champagne before catching Mariah Carey or Elton John at The Colosseum… or for those under the age of 75, a set by Calvin Harris or Afrojack at OMNIA Nightclub.

Gold Spike

Playing around: Gold Spike

Downtown
A few years ago, the slot machines were yanked from this vintage hotel and casino so it could be transformed into the ultimate lounge and playhouse. Grab a drink and sink into a giant bean bag chair, or try your hand at oversized versions of games like Jenga and Connect Four. Otherwise, just figure out what cornhole is all about or head outside and skate on a mini-ice rink during the winter months.  
 

Throwing a bachelor party: Palomino Club

North Las Vegas
Well, it’s not really a bar. It’s a strip club. But it’s the only one in Vegas that offers alcohol and full nudity. Bottoms up.

Sayers Club

Party like a rock star: Sayers Club

SLS Las Vegas
The perfect spot if you’re sick of EDM. Sayers Club tends to focus on rock bands and DJs who are more likely to play classic hip hop than the club stuff. Unless there is a big name headliner, there’s no cover charge. And who doesn’t like getting something for free?

Anthony Mair

Just moved to Vegas: Commonwealth

Downtown
Take a walk through the tourist trap known as the Fremont Street Experience and get it out of your system. Then walk across Las Vegas Blvd, get to know some locals in the Fremont East District, and soak in the scenery from the rooftop of Commonwealth with beer firmly in hand.

PBR Rock Bar

People watching (on the Strip): PBR Rock Bar

Planet Hollywood
The outdoor patio was recently remodeled with artificial turf and picnic tables. So grab a seat, order the Chicken & Waffle Pizza, and take a look at all the weirdos marching up and down the Strip.

Social

People watching (off the Strip): Social

The Palms
This circular lobby bar has a mean whiskey selection and wide open sightlines of the action on the casino floor.
 

You just got lost: Velveteen Rabbit

Arts District
Somehow you’ve made your way to the Arts District. Don’t worry. It’s okay to branch out and leave the comfort of familiar territory for the comfort of the house fruit punch at the Velveteen Rabbit.

Bourbon Room

Reliving the '80s: Bourbon Room

The Venetian
What’s with all the DJ stuff in Las Vegas? Skip that nonsense and head straight for the Bourbon Room where music videos from David Lee Roth, Whitesnake, and Def Leppard can be found on a slew of TV screens with the volume turned up to 11.  
 

Taking a swim: Fortuna Pool

Caesars Palace
The Garden of the Gods pool area has a spot where you can not only swim up and order a mojito, but also play a few hands of blackjack without leaving the water.  

The LINQ

Riding the High Roller: Um, the High Roller

The LINQ
Riding the High Roller observation wheel is cool and all… but it’s even cooler when you book a car that comes with its own bartender. Vodka and cranberry tastes a lot better 550ft above the Strip.   

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Hanging out with your bros: Whiskey Bar at McCall’s Heartland Grill

Stratosphere
Leave the girls at home (maybe) and bring the guys to check out one of the biggest and most diverse whiskey selections in Las Vegas. Take suggestions from some of the most knowledgeable bartenders around… and learn what the difference is between “whiskey” and “whisky.”

Botero

Before the club: Botero

Wynn Encore
Grab a drink and watch the girls line up outside XS. You’re also just steps away from Surrender and Tryst. There really isn’t a better place to scope out the nightclub action in advance.
 

Hanging out with hipsters: The Griffin

Downtown
Plenty of beer. Plenty of beards.

New York-NewYork

New Year’s Eve: The Bar at Times Square

New York-New York
Just enjoy the dueling piano players and pretend you’re actually at the real Times Square in New York for New Year’s Eve. If that’s not enough, head outside to the Strip where fireworks will be shooting off the rooftops of seven casinos at the stroke of midnight.

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1. GHOSTBAR 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

It’s easy to impress your friends from out of town with a view of the Strip from the 55th floor of the Palms. Grab a drink, step outside, and look knowledgeable when you point and say things like, “Look… there’s the airport.” Head inside and check out Ghost's equally impressive interior-- the entirety this plush bar is bedecked in black, white, and fuchsia with massive chandelier light fixtures and tufted velvet setées.

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2. Rhumbar 3400 las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

The mojito-heavy bar/ cigar-smoking lounge/ tropical retreat at The Mirage offers a 4000sqft patio where you can sip on great cocktails like the Latin Manhattan.

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3. Champagne’s Cafe 3557 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89169 (Off Strip)

Oddly enough, this place is better known for beer and karaoke than Champagne… it’s also one of the best places to throw a birthday party. Book a booth in advance and they’ll decorate it for you and bring out some cupcakes and a shot -- on the house!

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4. Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge 6599 Las Vegas Blvd S, Unit 150B, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (Off Strip)

Perhaps known best of all for their crazy-good selection of wine, cigars, and whiskey, Double Helix is also sporting a killer brunch with options like steak & eggs and their famous Spanish omelet.

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5. Cantina Laredo Las Vegas 430 South Rampart Blvd, Suite #110, Las Vegas, NV 89145 (Off Strip)

This "modern Mexican" eatery in Tivoli Village serves up tasty South of the Border eats like the crab cakes benedict topped with poached eggs and a chipotle-wine hollandaise sauce, plus a killer Bloody Maria.

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6. Atomic Liquors 917 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

If you're looking to escape Vegas' glitzy, dramatic theatrics, Atomic Liquors is just what you need. Opened in 1945 as a Rat Pack hangout, this restored Downtown dive is the oldest freestanding bar in the city. Let its massive (and original) neon signage guide you indoors to its unpretentiously vintage interior with brown leather seating and antique decorations adorning the bare brick walls. The fast and friendly staff can concoct any cocktail you can dream up, or pull a draft beer from their handful of local crafts.

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7. Diablo's Cantina 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

This two-story bar in front of the Monte Carlo has an open air balcony, great views of The Strip, and a killer margarita collection. Go big and order and pitcher for your crew, or try The Sancho -- a 42oz house margarita that's basically just as strong and that can be served on the rocks or frozen. Soak up the booze with an order of combo nachos with steak and chicken. It's essentially four meals for the price of one.

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8. Backstage Bar & Billiards 601 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

It’s not only one of the coolest places to play pool, but it’s also one of the best places to see a show, especially if you want to check out up-and-coming local bands or national acts like Helmet. It even feels like an actual backstage area with empty equipment cases, framed gold records, and concert T-shirts lining the walls.

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9. Sin City Brewing Co. 3663 Las Vegas Blvd S #504, The Strip, NV 89109 (Strip)

Sin City, established in 2003, was ahead of the American craft beer gold rush, but they still only brew small batch beers. While brewmaster Rich Johnson doesn’t sell or distribute his Sin City brews outside of Las Vegas, he draws his flavor inspiration from German lagers and English ales. There are five staple recipes, Sin City Amber, Light, Stout, Weisse, and IPA, that use traditional brewing methods (even some from Medieval times) to brew 100 kegs at a time. That’s craft. You can find these rare local favorites at Miracle Mile Shops, Grand Canal Shoppes, and Harmon Corner.

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10. Rojo Lounge 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103

The red-lit bar and vinyl booths are perfect for hiding away from the crowds. This is one lobby location couples need to stop by on their next night out, especially if they don’t want to be seen.

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11. Insert Coin(s) 512 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

Leveling up Vegas' nightlife options, Insert's a half old-school arcade, half DJ-fueled club from a dude who spent seven years running radiopharmaceuticals, so he probably previously worked with Dr Mario...Ruiz, Chief of Staff at The Spinal Surgery Clinic of Strangnas in Sweden!

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12. Nine Fine Irishmen 3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

You can’t go wrong with the Guinness on draft or the nice selection of Irish whiskey, but the best reason to come here for St. Patty’s -- more specifically, the Celtic Feis celebration -- is the annual outdoor celebration that takes over the replica of the Brooklyn Bridge right outside the front door.

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13. Born And Raised 7260 S Cimarron Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89113

So you graduated from UNLV and still want to cheer on the home team? Whether you’re watching football or basketball, you’ll feel right at home cheering on the Rebels at this sports bar. Tennis not so much.

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14. Sporting Bar 7770 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89139

Need a good place to check out a big game? Sporting Life is full of TV screens and has plenty of space plus an electronic scoreboard. Need the kind of food you don’t usually find at a sports bar? The menu has you covered with cured confit chicken wings, pork belly, seared duck breast, and bacon-wrapped dates.

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15. Vice Versa Patio & Lounge 2600 W Harmon Ave, Paradise, NV 89158

The lobby bar at Vdara was revamped and given a new name, look, and menu that includes lobster tacos and Lamb Chop Lollipops. But the best reason to stop by is the drink selection, which includes two different takes on the Moscow Mule.

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16. Lobby Bar 3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Pop the ultimate bottle of bubbly to celebrate another year of wedded bliss. Lobby Bar has one of the most extensive selections of Special Club Champagne in the nation. To reach this exclusive label status, wine from an elite group of French vineyards must pass a rigorous taste test, go through a minimum three-year aging process, and then be approved again with a second tasting.

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17. N9NE Steakhouse Las Vegas 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103 (Strip)

Simulating the hip, celebrity-friendly energy of its host Palms Casino, N9NE Steakhouse serves gourmet cuts and fresh seafood, as well as a renowned s'mores dessert made with orange Grand Marnier and amaretto hazelnut flavored marshmallows with white and dark chocolate ganache-covered graham crackers. Though the dim lighting might hint at a classic steakhouse setting, a color-changing ceiling and caviar bar push for a trendier, VIP atmosphere.

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18. Dino's Lounge 1516 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Dino’s has been known as the go-to karaoke spot in Vegas for some time now. It's located right off the Strip and Downtown.

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19. Bound by Salvatore 3595 Las Vegas Blvd South 15, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Small but mighty, Bound is a swanky lobby bar that serves uber Salvatore Calabrese’s signature cocktails at a decently high price. Have no fear, the attire is still casual and they serve food from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis’ hotel Italian kitchen. You’ll find drinks like the Cromwell Fizz made with Macallan 10 Year, fresh lemon, orange bitters, egg white, honey syrup, and Moët, and the even more astonishing Never Say Goodnight, which is an espresso martini brewed with Red Bull instead of water (it’ll definitely give you wings). Soak up the creative booze with Giada’s bacon-wrapped dates or Chicken Milanese Fingers in red sauce.

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20. Rockhouse 3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Rockhouse is an adult's playground, set right on the Strip in the middle of America's least responsible city: Vegas. With 9000sqft of space, this warehouse-sized venue has three bars, 83 TVs, pool tables, beer-pong tables, tire swings, and a mechanical bull. This place was clearly expensive to build, but they're not pretentious at the Rockhouse—the overall vibe here is of a Southern dive bar, from the weathered wood to the industrial lighting. Their food is cooked to match, as this self-described "ultra dive bar" churns out a steady stream of bar food classics like sliders, wings, and hot dogs. A menu of inventive and boozy cocktails is also available, patronizingly divided between "girly drinks" and "manly drinks."

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21. FIZZ 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

This ultra-luxe cocktail bar has all the glitz, glamour, and celebrity sightings you could want in a Las Vegas nightspot. The champagne-focused bar (hence the name) has David Furnish as its Creative Director, and he and his husband (Sir Elton John) have made this lounge into a chandelier-strewn, gold-drenched, leather couch-filled shrine to their aesthetic tastes. The walls are hung with pieces from their personal art collection, and the cocktails on offer are sweet and strong. The bar's signature drink, the FIZZ Deluxe, is a testament to the theme of overindulgence: it's a $2,500 drink made with champagen, Grand Marnier, and Hennessy and topped with 24k gold flakes.

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22. Gold Spike 217 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

The Gold Spike is an old-school casino that got bought by Zappos, gutted and had the slot machines taken out. It’s now a glorified rec room for employees (or anyone who wants to show up). Play Connect Four on the wall, shoot some pool or test your skills with a giant-sized Jenga set. Otherwise, grab a drink and have a seat by the fire pits in the backyard.

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23. Palomino Club 1848 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104 (Downtown)

Luckily for you, this spot north of Downtown is the only club in Vegas that offers fully nudity and alcohol. Check them out for great happy hour deals and, well, full nudity.

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24. The Sayers Club 2535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The perfect spot if you’re sick of EDM. Sayers Club tends to focus on rock bands and DJs who are more likely to play classic hip hop than the club stuff. Unless there is a big name headliner, there’s no cover charge. And who doesn’t like getting something for free?

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25. Commonwealth 525 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

If you're sick of typical downtown Vegas shenanigans or simply wish you'd been born in another decade — meet Commonwealth, a massive cocktail bar inspired by and designed to look like it came right out of the pre-prohibition days. The roaring 20 are kept alive here in "The Laundry Room," a hidden backroom speakeasy with a drink menu full of classic cocktails and swing music — call ahead and try to get the password if you want in on one of Vegas' not-best-kept secrets.

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26. PBR Rock Bar 3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Decked to its awesomely high ceilings with Professional Bull Riders logos, PBR's a sprawling, cowboy'd-up resto/sports bar/night club, tickling your senses with a massive fire-pit-equipped outdoor patio, and inside, an astonishing 115 flat screens, a custom-made jumbotron, a stage for live shows, tire swings filled with scantily clad cowgals, and a beastly mechanical bull.

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27. Social House 3710 Las Veas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Social House is jammed with elegant Asian decor (slatted wood partitions, giant bamboo-esque columns) and features a menu ranging from sushi to steak.

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28. Velveteen Rabbit 1218 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104 (Downtown)

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.

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29. The Bourbon Room 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

It's said that walking past The Bourbon Room in the Venetian sounds like walking past a showing of Rock of Ages, and that's because it practically is. Inspired by the play's Sunset Strip and all its 1980s hair-and-leather glory, this spot's got VJ'd music videos from Poison, AC/DC, Def Leppard and like on rotation all night long, neon lights abound, disco balls, and (you guessed it) enough bourbon to make you think you're literally reliving the "Glory Days."

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30. The Fortuna Pool Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Garden of the Gods pool area has a spot where you can not only swim up and order a mojito, but also play a few hands of blackjack without leaving the water.

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31. Whiskey Bar at McCall’s Heartland Grill 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Leave the girls at home (maybe) and bring the guys to check out one of the biggest and most diverse whiskey selections in Las Vegas. Take suggestions from some of the most knowledgeable bartenders around… and learn what the difference is between “whiskey” and “whisky.”

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32. Botero 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Grab a drink and watch the girls line up outside XS. You’re also just steps away from Surrender and Tryst. There really isn’t a better place to scope out the nightclub action in advance.

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33. The Griffin 511 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

Calmer and more laid back than most of the party-focused bars in Vegas, The Griffin concentrates on serving up cold beer, great cocktails, and live music. The dark, cool bar is an escape from the desert heat of the city, with low lights and comfy booths for serious lounging. The selections of beer on tap and music in the jukebox are always changing, but they're both always fresh and hip. Two working fireplaces increase the coziness factor during the winter, and the back room features DJs and all night dancing all year round. It gets busy in here, especially during weekends and late nights, but this local's hangout is definitely worth checking out.

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34. The Bar at Times Square 3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Just enjoy the dueling piano players and pretend you’re actually at the real Times Square in New York for New Year’s Eve. If that’s not enough, head outside to the Strip where fireworks will be shooting off the rooftops of seven casinos at the stroke of midnight.

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