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5 Unique Bars in Downtown Las Vegas

Looking to get off The Strip for a bit? Check out these unique bars in Downtown Las Vegas!

Bin 702

Bin 702, located inside Container Park, is true to its name. It’s built out of two shipping containers, totaling 640 sq feet of unique, upscale grunge space.  They serve primarily high quality cheeses, charcuterie meats, and also mini sandwiches, along with a great selection of beer, wine, and spirits.

Open daily 11am – 11pm
Happy Hour: 3-6pm, $5 beers, $6 spirits and $7 wines

Don’t Tell Mama

Don’t Tell Mama got its name from the Broadway Musical, “Cabaret,” and lives up to its musical title.  It features singing bartenders and waitstaff, and every night is also open mic night, where “karaoke” gets classy.  A pianist accompanies you rather than a recording, but you can sing anything from musicals to old standards to modern pop hits.

Open Tuesdays – Sundays 8pm – close

The D Bar

The D Bar is known for its entertainment: dancing servers, juggling bartenders, and more! They also offer frozen drinks (alcoholic slushies!) and specialty cocktails.  Located inside the Fremont Street Experience at The D Las Vegas, there’s always something happening around this bar!

Open daily 12pm – 2am

Bunkhouse Saloon

So, if you want live music, a slight western vibe, and great food and drinks, you want Bunkhouse Saloon. Located in Downtown Las Vegas, the menu is to die for with ice cream sandwiches, burgers, grits, jumbo wings, and more.

Open Sunday – Thursday 5pm – midnight, Friday and Saturday, 5pm – 2am

Millennium Fandom

Millennium Fandom is all about letting your inner geek flag fly.  Known for its nightly cosplayers and geeky trivia, Millennium Fandom is a great place to relax, have fun, and also explore strange new worlds! Doctor Who, The Avengers, Star Trek, Star Wars, Ghostbusters and more, they’ve got you covered for all your nerdy needs!

Open daily 5pm – 1am
Happy Hour daily 5pm – 7pm

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