You can't drink everywhere in Las Vegas
One of the perks of partying in Vegas is that you can drink out in public. But you have to follow a few rules: The drinks must be in plastic containers, no glassware or bottles, and no booze in cars, even if you're a passenger. The exceptions are taxis (depending on the cab company's rules), limos, and charter buses. You also aren't allowed to drink in a parking lot or within 1,000ft of a liquor store. In the city of Las Vegas (which technically includes Downtown but excludes the Strip), you also can't drink within 1000ft of a church, synagogue, school, hospital, or homeless shelter.