Guide to the Top Downtown Las Vegas Bars
The best bars in Las Vegas aren’t just on the Strip! There is such an incredible beverage scene that exists in Downtown Las Vegas, and the following bars are sure to prove that. From the longest bars in Las Vegas to some secretive speakeasies that embody the days of Prohibition, read on to learn more about what makes Downtown Las Vegas bars even more exciting than those on the Strip.
The Best Bars in Downtown Las Vegas
For fans of Canada, hockey, and great drinks, BarCanada is the place to be. Located at the D, this bar pays homage to Canadian sports culture. Hockey isn’t the only sport you’ll find here though. In true sports bar fashion, plenty of screens are placed around the bar to catch any major game. Be sure to order some poutine with your drinks!
Throughout its long history starting in 1906, this original Golden Gate bar had operated under many guises, including a Wild West watering hole on the last frontier, a place for the wild women of the roaring 20s to let loose, and a classy hangout frequented by the Rat Pack. Bar Prohibition! continues the legacy that spans more than a century.
Located along Fremont Street Experience, you can get the party started at Circa Bar with one of 24 frozen cocktail flavors served by dancing bartenders, all while watching talented flair bartenders perform. Grab a frozen beverage while enjoying Downtown Las Vegas’ endless entertainment, including the Main Street stage and Viva Vision light shows.
Located directly on Fremont Street, D Bar invites guests to enjoy refreshing frozen libations and specialty cocktails as talented bartenders send bottles and glasses flying through the air. The D Bar also puts you right in the middle of the action of the Fremont Street Experience, making it easy to people watch and enjoy the free entertainment.
A speakeasy located within Commonwealth, the Laundry Room seats 22 people for an intimate cocktail experience. Here you will find premium whiskies and rums as well as 27 signature drinks and a skilled barkeep whose speciality is one-of-a-kind concoctions based on tastes, evocations and sensations you wish to imbibe.
Opening later this year, Legacy Club will be well worth the wait. Inspired by Las Vegas’ founding fathers, this elegant bar will overlook the city from Circa’s 35th floor, delivering an elegant rooftop club lounge with a panoramic view of the Downtown skyline. Menu highlights will include a build-your-own Old Fashioned and photo-worthy sharable sips.
Stretching the entire length of the D Las Vegas Casino, LONGBAR is the second longest bar in Nevada spanning 1,300 square feet. It offers an uninhibited locale to grab a drink, watch the game, or hang with friends. Order a few drinks from talented craft bartenders and watch as they flip, mix, and pour some of the most colorful drinks in Vegas.
Located on the first floor of the property, this high-energy space will be Nevada’s longest indoor bar spanning 165 feet – a sister concept to the record-breaking 100-foot LONGBAR at the D Las Vegas. The space will be outfitted with 53 spots for seated bar-top gaming, 40 double-stacked TVs to catch all the gameday action, and 120 rotating beer taps.
At OneBar, enjoy a refreshing array of frozen drinks and ice cold beer served by dancing bartenders with flair as you take in the excitement of the Fremont Street Experience. The frozen drinks served at OneBar are chilled by the only geothermal, closed loop cooling system in any Las Vegas casino, keeping you cool year-round.
Created as an ode to Detroit’s Tiger Stadium, Overhang Bar is perched on the top floor of the Circa | Sports Las Vegas sportsbook within Circa Resort & Casino. This Downtown Las Vegas bar is the perfect spot for those who enjoy expertly-made drinks and high-action sports betting. The bar also features slot machines as well as seating for VIP guests.
What better place for a speakeasy than in the basement of the Mob Museum? The Underground pays homage to Prohibition-era speakeasies with Art Deco design and a working distillery plus artifacts from the 1920s. Once inside, you can order classic cocktails and moonshine and enjoy live jazz.
Those who enter through the lobby will find Vegas Vickie’s with an iconic piece of neon from the city’s past. Vegas Vickie, the kicking cowgirl who sat outside Glitter Gulch, now has a new home inside the three-story atrium at Circa. The bar features seasonal cocktails and retro lighting.
It doesn’t get much more Downtown Las Vegas than a bar with a view of Fremont Street Experience below. Visit this bar for the perfect vantage point of DTLV and all the action. Grab an expertly-crafted drink while you people watch, or enjoy the vintage slot machines, blackjack tables, Circa | Sports sportsbook, and an outdoor patio.
The next time you are in Vegas, be sure to add these Downtown Las Vegas bars to your list so you can have a truly exciting bar experience. From flair bartenders to classy speakeasies, frozen drinks to craft cocktails, there is something for everyone. Book your room or suite at Circa Resort & Casino to be right in the middle of all the DTLV action and be near all of these great bars.