This Queens Spot Has Been Serving Jewish Soul Food Since 1952
Green Valley Ranch
When: 4-7pm (seven days a week)
The Deal: Need a martini? Sure you do. During Henderson’s happy hour you can order any kind of martini you want, with any kind of liquor, for half-price in the bar and lounge area only. There’s also a special food menu and live music, creating an energetic atmosphere before the dinner crowd rolls in.
Forum Shops at Caesars
When: 4-7pm Sunday through Thursday and 4-6pm Friday and Saturday
The Deal: You're getting $6 well drinks, $5 beers, $3 hot sake, and $5 wine but the real deal is the happy hour menu of Japanese food. In addition to $4 select hand rolls and $6 cut rolls, there’s ribeye-wrapped asparagus for just $7 and albacore sashimi for $5. Skip ahead to dessert where you can get doughnut holes or a mini chocolate volcano cake for $4.
When: 2-6pm and 4-8am
The Deal: The happy hour offers $5 Mai Tais and $1 off all other drinks (which are already on the inexpensive side to begin with). That’s cool. But the REALLY cool part is that the deal also includes a free buffet of spring rolls, chicken wings and other bar appetizers.
When: 5-7pm or 7-9pm
The deal: The flashy Champagne bar and lounge now has Bottomless Bubbles, where for $36, you can drink as many glasses as you want of J Roget Champagne within your choice of two available two-hour windows.
Off the Strip
When: 5-8pm and midnight-close (Monday-Saturday)
The deal: Discounts on old-school, hand-crafted cocktails and half off select food on the menu, including all of the speakeasy’s succulent steaks. Repeat: half-off steaks.
When: 2-6pm and 9:30pm-close
The deal: A complete happy hour menu that includes $7 wines, $7-$8 cocktails, and $5 beers, as well as discounts on food you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere else like fried frog legs, alligator meatballs, and Emeril Lagasse’s signature gumbo.
When: 3-6pm and 9pm-close
The deal: Pull a seat up to the bar for the happy hour Booze & Bites menu. It includes $6 small plates like the crispy calamari and pork carnitas tacos. House wines, a nightly featured beer, and tangerine mojitos are $5-$8.
Town Square & Tivoli Village
When: 3:30-6:30pm (Monday-Friday)
The deal: You have two locations to get your Italian fix while saving a few bucks. Bar snacks like the Crispy Cheese Ravioli, and the Sausage, Pepperoni & Ricotta Flatbread are just $4-$6. Bonus perks include $5 martinis on Wednesdays and $5 select wine on Thursdays.
When: 10-11pm (Sunday-Thursday)
The deal: Well drinks are $3. Hamm’s beer is $1. Either one will keep you warm by the fireplace.
SLS Las Vegas
When: 5:30-7:30pm (Thursday-Monday)
The deal: A great way to check out one of the best sushi spots on the Strip is by taking advantage of full-sized portions for happy hour prices ranging from $4-$10. There are also $7 specialty cocktails and $6 hot sake carafes, well drinks, house wines, and Kirin Japanese beer on draft.
When: 5-7pm and all day on Wednesdays
The deal: This Marine Corp hangout welcomes everyone, but gives veterans a dollar off every draft beer. On Tuesdays, there’s a make-them-yourself taco cart where the first two are free. It operates under the honor system. Just like the Marines.
When: 11pm-2am (Monday-Friday)
The deal: This reverse happy hour offers 50%-off specialty cocktails, $5 domestic drafts, and $6 imported draft beers. Chicken tacos are $3 each, and chicken nachos with chips, guac, grilled chicken, sour cream, pico de gallo, and cheddar cheese are $6.
When: 3:30-7:30pm (Monday-Friday) and 11am-7:30pm (Saturday-Sunday)
The deal: One of the best places to grab a glass of wine (as well as a smooth glass of whiskey) has one of the longest happy hours around with $4 olive poppers, $6 BBQ pulled pork sliders, and $9 seared yellowfin tuna, as well as $5 wines, $5 sangria, and $4 beers. You also get half off the wine and whiskey of the month.
Forum Shops at Caesars
When: 9-11pm (Sunday-Thursday)
The deal: Their regular happy hour lasts from 2-6pm, but their late-night menu, from 9pm-close, includes $6 TREVI Bites like Eggplant Crisps and homemade meatballs, plus $7 cocktails, $7 wine, $5 bottled beers, and $4 frozen Bellinis.
When: 5:30-7:30pm and 10pm-close (Monday-Thursday)
The deal: It's got $10 flatbreads, $5 draft beers, and $5 wines. The Date and Artichoke Flatbread with jalapeños and caramelized onions is worth any price.
When: 6-10am, 5-7pm, and midnight-2am
The deal: There are nearly 50 PT’s locations in Nevada (including those under the Sierra Gold and Sean Patrick’s monikers), so you have plenty of locations to choose from... along with three choices of happy hours every day. Breakfast items are half off 6-10am... and from 5-7pm, and midnight-2am drinks and pizzas are half off with select $5 appetizers.
When: 3-6pm and 10-11pm
The deal: The cool thing about the happy hour at Daniel Boulud’s French restaurant is that it offers food that isn’t on the regular menu. Check out the eggplant & hummus and chickpea fries for $6 each.
Off the Strip
When: 4:30-6pm and 9:30pm-close
The deal: During the German beer hall’s “hoppy hour,” and its later “rowdy hour,” you can get one of the best beer discounts in Vegas: $12.99 for a 1L stein. That’s 34oz of beer! Half-liter steins are $6.99. If you’re hungry, the potato pancakes with applesauce and sour cream, obatzda on German rye bread, pork roast sliders and other small bites are less than $8.
When: 5-7pm (Tuesday-Sunday)
The deal: This is a rare happy hour at a fine-dining restaurant with $5 beers, $6 specialty cocktails, and $7 wine in the bar or cigar lounge. There are also deals on small plates including smoked salmon parfait and a nice cheese and charcuterie selection.
When: 5-6:30pm (Monday-Friday)
The deal: This party restaurant offers a complimentary cocktail when you order an appetizer.
When: 5-6:30pm (Monday-Friday)
The deal: LAVO also offers the same deal as TAO -- a complimentary cocktail when you order an appetizer.
When: 3-6pm (Monday-Thursday)
The deal: Like cheap tacos? You get your choice of chicken, beef, or pork, served street-style for just $2. Beer and shot specials start at $5.
When: 3:30-6:30pm (Monday-Friday)
The deal: One of the best craft beer menus in the West Valley features brews for $4 along with $4-$7 menu items.
The Shoppes at Mandalay Place
When: 3-6pm (Monday-Thursday)
The deal: Hussong’s claims to be the home of the original margarita, but the grilled corn appetizer is even better. It’s half off during happy hour, along with the nachos and quesadillas. Or you can go with $3 tacos (steak, chicken, or carnitas) while chugging down half-price beers, Sauza margaritas, and well cocktails.
When: 9pm-close (Tuesday)
The deal: This Fremont East bar has beauty shop decor and Nickel Beer Tuesdays with a $5 cover. Do the math and it almost feels like you’re making money on the deal.
When: 6-9pm (Wednesday-Friday)
The deal: The specials are even better when you drink ‘em on the rooftop patio. Domestic beers and well cocktails are $3. Craft beers and premium cocktails are $5.
The deal: Want something totally different for happy hour? Flights of sherry from Chef José Andrés are featured in different combinations (and prices) along with deals on cocktails and complimentary snacks.
When: 4-7pm (Tuesday-Friday)
The deal: The Fremont East watering hole is big on bar-food snacks. The Mac & Cheese Balls, Chicken Bar Bites, Garbage Fries, fried pickles, and chicken wings are all each $5. Drinks include $3 well cocktails, $4 domestic draft beers, and $5 draft beers.
SLS Las Vegas
The deal: The late-night happy hour cuts the prices on all draft beer on the patio to $5. That leaves you more money to spend on bets at the William Hill Sports Book next to the dining room.
When: 3-5pm (Monday-Friday)
The deal: Happy hours aren’t always about booze and bar food. Buy a cupcake and get a free upgrade to a Sprinkles Sundae. That means you get a scoop of ice cream layered between the cupcake top and bottom.
1. Hank's Fine Steaks2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy, Henderson
2. Sushi Roku3500 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas
3. The Golden Tiki3939 Spring Mountain, Las Vegas
4. FIZZ3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
5. Herbs & Rye3713 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
6. Emeril's New Orleans Fish House3799 South Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
7. Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill Summerlin10955 Oval Park Dr, Las Vegas
8. Brio420 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas
9. The Griffin511 Fremont St, Las Vegas
10. Katsuya2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
11. Leatherneck Club4360 W Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas
12. Rockhouse3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
13. Double Helix6599 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
14. Trevi Italian Restaurant3500 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
15. CRUSH3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
16. PT's Pub532 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
17. db Brasserie3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
18. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas4510 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas
19. Andre's3770 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
20. TAO3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
21. LAVO3325 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
22. Public School 7021850 Festival Plaza Drive, Las Vegas
23. Hussong's Cantina3930 Las Vegas Blvd , Las Vegas
24. Beauty Bar517 Fremont St, Las Vegas
25. Cabo Wabo Cantina3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
26. Commonwealth525 Fremont St, Las Vegas
27. JaleoThe Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
28. Park on Fremont506 East Fremont, Las Vegas
29. Umami Burger2535 S. Las Vegas BLVD, Las Vegas
30. Sprinkles Cupcakes & Ice Cream3545 Las Vegas Blvd S Spc L-23, Las Vegas
Set inside of the Green Valley Ranch Hotel, Hank's Fine Steaks is just 10 minutes off the Strip and one of Vegas's best steakhouses. The award-winning restaurant has a classic steakhouse menu with a wide selection of wet- and dry-aged cuts ranging from the 8oz filet mignon to a 42oz T-Bone (for sharing, of course), but their signature dish is the decadent Chateuabriand steak with seasonal vegetables. The atmosphere inside is sleek and elegant, with soft lighting, modern booths, and a long bar. Hank's is also known for their martinis and their happy hours, which make them a real favorite of the locals.
Owned by the same crew as LA's Sushi Roku, this Vegas cousin serves up the same quality Japanese cuisine with the added bonus of being located right on the Strip at The Forum Shops At Caesars. Innovative and modern, the chefs at Sushi Roku pay homage to traditional sushi forms but aren't afraid of bringing fresh ideas and unique ingredients to the centuries-old food tradition. The atmosphere inside mirrors that feel, with sleek lines and modern, almost industrial, furnishings. The full bar serves up beer, wine, cocktails, and sake, and they have a killer happy hour that makes this upscale sushi joint much more affordable.
This slightly kitschy, rum-obsessed tiki bar located in the heart of Vegas's Chinatown has a modern take on the tiki tradition with new twists on old cocktails. The ridiculously strong drinks come in a variety of colors and novelty cups, but the bar is most known for it's table-side Martinique Ti service, which brings the mixology to you for an individualized rum cocktail. They also offer VIP drinks in treasure chests, barrel-aged cocktails, and freshly-infused liquors made right at the bar. Stuffed with a huge array of stuff, everything from old Vegas memorabilia to dancing skeletons and black velvet paintings, this place is as fun to explore as it is to drink at, making it a favorite of happy hour-seeking locals.
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.
This steak-and-cocktails focused restaurant is a sophisticated and romantic spot that attracts both liquor nerds and happy hour hounds. Cocktail lovers gravitate towards the lengthy drinks menu, which reads like a timeline of mixology's greatest hits, from the "Original Collins" of the Gothic Age (1776-1865) through the "Harvey Wallbanger" of the Rat Pack Era (1950-1968) and the bartender's choice of the modern revival (1995-present). Others love this place for their half-off steaks promotion during happy hour, which runs both in the afternoon and late night. The dark, leather-covered furniture and vintage wooden furnishings make this place an inviting throwback to the alluring atmosphere of old Vegas, so it's popularity is unsurprising—make reservations.
Located within the MGM Grand casino right on the Strip, this creole-inspired restaurant serves "New New Orleans" style food from celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse. With dishes like frog legs and alligator meatballs, this upscale Louisiana-style restaurant proves its not afraid to take on ingredients other fine dining spots shy away from and make something spectacular from them. The menu is rounded out with fresh seafood, steaks, and salads all made from the costal recipes of New Orleans. With a bar menu of both classic and modern cocktails, as well as wine by the glass and a popular happy hour, this place is usually pretty full, especially before shows at the casino. Reservations aren't required, but encouraged.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has gone casual with this New American spot right off the Strip. With slightly upscale takes on comfort foods like pizza, pasta, salads, and grilled proteins, this is a classic American grill menu highlighted with offbeat ingredients like tuna tartare and shishito peppers. The interior is bright and welcoming, with industrial furnishings and a long wooden bar, perfect for lingering with a cocktail after dinner. With a dog-friendly patio outside and some seriously good happy hour deals inside, this restaurant is a great spot to stop for a weekday meal.
This Italian grill chain has locations in over 20 states, including two in Las Vegas alone. The affordable, family-friendly nature of the restaurants means they're very popular, especially for large groups who appreciate the ample seating and efficient service from waiters used to handling weekends full of wedding parties and 21st birthdays. Offerings like small plates and flatbreads are great for sharing, especially during the bar's happy hour, and larger dishes like the signature short ribs with wild mushrooms make this venue a tasty choice for dinner as well. Though the chain isn't particularly upscale it is popular, so reservations are encouraged.
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.
With locations across the country and the world, Katsuya is a sleek, modern Japanese restaurant with a reputation for innovation and quality. Owned and operated by one of the few Master Sushi Chefs in America, Chef Katsuya Uechi, this chain never ever forsakes quality, always serving the freshest seafood possible prepared with the best techniques. Known for celebrity sightings as well as for the food, this is a very popular spot in a venue that isn't exactly huge. Go early to get a seat and check out their happy hour, or be prepared to make a reservation in advance.
A bar built for Marines, by Marines, this no-frills bar nonetheless welcomes everyone with open arms and free tacos (on Tuesdays). Decked out from floor to ceiling with Marine memorabilia and military gear dating back to WWI, this is unmistakably a veteran's bar, and they honor their comrades with a dollar off every draft beer during happy hour. An attached function room hosts events for up to 115 people, and the kitchen is fully equipped for turning out bbq-style comfort foods like pulled pork, ribs, and cornbread. The bar also has an outdoor patio for even more space called "The Bunker," open whenever the weather is nice (which is 90% of the year in Vegas).
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."
This swanky bar right on the Strip features the holy trinity of fancy indulgences: wine, whiskey, and cigars. A menu of sharable plates, charcuterie, and cheese selections keeps the focus on the expensive drinks being poured behind the bar. With over 100 different whiskeys, ryes, and bourbons, not to mention the exhaustive wine list, you could stay here trying different drinks for days. The staff have created many a themed flight of whiskey or wine in case that's what you want to do, including the Rye Not? flight of ryes and the ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) flight of white wines. A lengthy happy hour makes this rather upscale place more affordable, so you can end your meal with one of their 14 varieties of cigar.
Located within The Forum Shops at the legendary Caesar, this mega Italian restaurant serves up classic Italian comfort food to tourists and shopping locals. Known for their homemade pastas and gelato, Trevi is a destination venue that lives up to its reputation. With a private dining room upstairs, Trevi regularly hosts large gatherings like wedding receptions and business retreats, so their service is always quick and professional. The space also boasts "outdoor" seating (under a painted sky) next to the giant "Fountain of the Gods" inside of the shopping center, for a small taste of what it's like to dine in Italy. Nestled in the Caesar, this Italian joint's known for its deep-dish lasagna pizza and the walk-up gelato bar for dessert.
The MGM Grand plays host to this inviting and charming restaurant that focuses on creating intimate moments with shared food. Small plates and sharable portions are the hallmark of this relaxed space, which prides itself on having local ingredients and plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and the gluten free among us. A lengthy list of beers, wines, and craft cocktails is available to choose from, including the signature Punch, Drunk, Love which is served—you guessed it—family style. Two seating areas mean the space can hold many diners at once while still feeling intimate, and the relaxed furnishings are sure to put you at ease.
This local chain has nearly 50 locations in Nevada alone (including those under the Sierra Gold and Sean Patrick’s monikers), so you have plenty of locations to choose from, and the formula behind this successful chain is well-tested. This location is a sports bar, with all that entails: a long bar serving beer and strong cocktails, lots of TVs everywhere, and a kitchen churning out sports fan favorites like pizzas, burgers, wings, and sliders. Not a fancy place by any means, this is a venue for large groups to congregate over a sports game with free-flowing beer. Happy hour specials run everyday, bringing their already reasonable prices way down and giving locals an excuse to stop in for cheap beer and appetizers.
Internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud is the mastermind behind this sleek, luxurious French eatery tucked away inside the Venetian. He's serving up modern takes on French eats, with classics like Pâté de Campagne bourguignon and Parisian steak tartare, but he's also shaking things up with American takes like California white sea bass and the Frenchie Burger (an angus beef patty with morbier cheese, confit pork belly and arugula on a black pepper bun).
A precise replica of Munich's own Hofbräuhaus brewery, Vegas's version features authentic German food like schnitzels and steaks from its own restaurant, which you can feast on among tasters in the beer hall or in the indoor beer garden (tip: the beer garden is better for eating, the beer hall is better for strictly drinking). On tap you'll find Hofbräuhaus' three year-round mainstays on tap plus dozens of other seasonal offerings all for the taking (er, drinking).
Vegas's original celeb-chefstaurant helmed by Andre Rochat sits at the heigh of luxury with turquoise-hued walls, highlighted by floor-to-ceiling glass doors, antiqued mirrors and gold and blue mosaic tiles throughout the dining area and in its vaunted Cigar Lounge, where high-rollers come to impress clients with a world-class selection of Cognac. Menus offer tasting plates and a la carte options for the season with five-star French cuisine like pan seared duck, vegetable thermidor and tender ribeye.
Tao has a little something for everyone. Perfect for date nights with its koi pound, hanging Buddha statue and cocktail lounge, the dining space (just like the menu) offers a mishmash of Chinese, Japanese and Thai cultures. Take them all in with a full plate of salmon, halibut or yellowtail sushi, spicy dumpling soup or traditional dim sum. Pro tip: come early to watch the sunset on Tao's beach before it closes, then eat. Finish around 10pm and you can head straight over to the nightclub for a live DJ set and an endless cocktail selection.
Lavo is a bi-level restaurant & casino/nightclub that balances Mediterranean dining against Vegas-style performance art and grandeur — see: the $5000 copper tub in the dining room.. The restaurant's floor boasts high ceilings, aged and carved wood ceiling and low-hanging chandeliers for a top-notch night of romance and opulence. Ingredients come straight from Italy every week and are used to create gourmet pastas, pizzas and other classic Italian dishes.
If your actual public school growing up had the same chic, industrial vibe and space-inspired decor as Public School 702 does, you probably would have grown up to be a hell of a lot cooler. This playful school-themed spot in Downtown Summerlin serves up modern takes on fare from an assortment of countries and cultures, like the southwestern roasted poblano with quinoa, the every-famous British fish and chips and the Mediterranean white bean hummus plate, along with dozens of west coast brews on tap.
Vegas' massive Cantina has rustic charms, a green/red interior filled with old-school photos, magazine covers, and movie posters, and killer Mexican eats.
With its old-school hair-drying chairs and an ultimate 'Beauty School Dropout' vibe, Beauty Bar looks and sounds like it might be an actual beauty parlor from the 1950s or '60s (you can actually get your nails done here in the daytime). However, a peek inside will reveal its true self — an alternative concert venue and bar with up-and-coming rock, indie and hip-hop acts who perform on the elevated stage in the backyard.
This combination booze-shack and live music venue is the 2nd stateside outpost of the franchise that somehow combined Cabo San Lucas sleepy-town laid-back attitude with Vegas' live-fast-die-young one. The result: a mid-Strip joint with grass awnings, full Mexican lunch and dinner menus and a whole lot of tequila. Any spot on the Strip is sure to be crowded at any time, but the wait to get on the patio is worth it to chow down on damn-near-perfect guacamole, idly drink a massive margarita and watch as drunken tourists and Vegas' eccentric crowd stumble past below.
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.
Chef/owner of ThinkFoodGroup Jose Andres has another outpost of his award-winning restaurant Jaleo right within the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hotel/casino, featuring all of his legendary tapas. With an open dining room and a wood-fired paella oven, dinner is as much of a show as anything you have planned for afterwards. The tapas, as always, are constantly rotating so the chefs can take advantage of seasonal ingredients, but the paellas are pretty consistent and authentic. There are happy hour deals every day, including one on a flight of sherry, and a full 12 course tasting menu can be booked three months in advance if you wish.
This hip little eatery on Fremont boats great cocktails, sharable plates, and eclectic decor, all meant to convey a vibe of friendly unpretentiousness. To that end, the food is made of bar favorites like wings and corn dogs, or signature dishes like the chicken and waffle sandwich or the Philly mac and cheese—messy comfort foods meant to bring people together. The back patio of this place is where the action is, with 2,5000sqft of space, a seesaw, and salvaged metal art galore. Cocktails like the Stranger Danger and the Trophy Wife display their sense of humor, while packing a serious wallop at the same time. This place is pretty popular, but easy enough to walk in and find a seat.
Like your burger with a side of betting? Look no further than Umami Burger, located inside the SLS Hotel & Casino. Guests can gamble in the sports book while devouring signature burgers like the Truffle—truffled aioli, house truffle cheese, and truffle glaze—and the Hatch—made with roasted Hatch chilies, Cali cheese, and garlic aioli. If you’re not looking to win big, head outdoors to the Beer Garden, where exposed brick walls and wooden picnic tables make for a trendy, convivial atmosphere.
If you need to escape the desert heat with something sweet, check out Sprinkles at the LINQ. The cupcake empire’s Vegas location lives up to the hype, serving confectionary favorites like red velvet cupcakes and Captain Crunch ice cream. Don’t fret if your sugar tooth kicks in after hours—the shop is equipped with its legendary Cupcake ATM. Just look for the nearby High Roller Ferris wheel, and let your drunk munchies be your guide.