LONGBAR opened in Las Vegas in 2012 and it holds the exclusive peculiarity of being the longest bar in Nevada, hence the name! Extending over a thousand feet in length, it is the picture-perfect place to get a drink, watch the game, gamble or simply chill out with your buddies.
ReBar has a really cool, quirky concept. Part neighborhood dive bar, part art gallery and part vintage antique market. Who ever thought this could work? Well, it does. It’s a visual feast with lots of eye candy. The notion makes sense in this downtown haunt, which is found on Main Street. This stretch of road is home to vintage and antique shops of all kinds. Everything is on sale at ReBar except for some of the beer steins that line the backwall. The locals like to keep their favorite drinking vessels on hand.
This 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar has a real Prohibition era/speakeasy vibe going for it. Located in the hip Fremont East section downtown, you’ll have an unforgettable time on their little rooftop terrace as well. The beverage menu is comprised of an assortment of premium libations and spirits, each one expertly made by some of the best mixologists and most knowledgeable bartenders in town.
4. Drais After Hours
Drais is so Vegas and the nighttime crowd is young and ready to party. There are pretty people dressed up in attractive clothing, having expensive drinks. This is the place to see and be seen. The party here goes on until the wee hours of the morning.
When you want some real Las Vegas after-hours; head to Dino’s. It’s got a real gritty old-school vibe and is open 24/7. Grab a drink after overpaying everywhere else around town. Great people, excellent surroundings, and the best means to start your day and to end your night are found here. Classic Vegas personified.