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Located in a vintage bungalow off Fremont Street, the Bunkhouse has an odd, movie-cowboy decor and mixed clientele. Punks, rockabilly greasers, blue-collar dudes, dreadlocks, local artists, redneck... read more
Las Vegas' oldest gay bar is a delightful dive: imagine where Gus Van Sant would film his remake of Barfly and you have Snick's, with it's pink-elephant motif and drolly mixed crowd. Place gets pac... read more
Gabby's Saloon is tucked into a strip mall—you'd almost miss it, if not for the groovy retro exterior and neon sign. This classic blue-collar bar draws locals looking for cheap drinks an... read more
This venerable Vegas dive draws all kinds, from the young and innocent to the old and worn and the comfortably jaded in between. Red-velvet wallpaper, Marilyn Monroe memorabilia, and oldies-stocked... read more
A Las Vegas institution, this punk rock dive bar draws locals and tourists for the house specialties—bacon martinis or “ass juice” (best described as bacon-infused vodka or a... read more
Another gay bar on the busy “Fruit Loop” block, Free Zone is youngerand rowdier than most of its neighbors. No décor to speak of, but the anything-goesatmosphere, loud music, and... read more
Surprisingly spacious but aggressively dingy tranny bar is devoid of décor, save for hundreds of 8x10 glossies of Les Girls in their finest maquillage and couture. Nightly drag shows range f... read more
Slightly seedy bar draws both artsy locals and the hipsters-on-a-budget who stay at the adjacent Aruba Motel. Chilled-out, red-painted lounge offers spacious seating and pool tables, as well as a p... read more
Rowdy gay dive features wood paneling, retro-mascuilne iconography, strong drinks, and a jukebox that actually has rock. A friendly crowd welcomes all kinds, though be prepared to see someone drop ... read more
The Hard Hat Lounge may be just another blue-collar Vegas dive bar, but what sets it apart is the strange feeling you've stumbled into the setting of a Chandler novel or Lang movie. The Hard Hat is... read more
While tourists find their way to the Stage Door Casino, it's mostly locals sucking down the $3 drinks as Kid Rock blares from the radio. Teamsters, construction workers, and other casino toilers ga... read more
When the Double Down is too crowded and the Hard Rock too LA, local bohemians head for the Motor City Cafe. Previously the cheerfully sleazy New York Bar, it's pretty much the same, just clean and ... read more
Amphibious extension of the Bagatelle brand's lavish restaurant-cum...
Five levels of celebrities, Cantonese, and omg. London-based resto ...
Burlesque, kinky, acrobatic, theatrical, trippy performances are ha...
This sexy dining den in the ARIA Resort & Casino hits on all th...
The Cognac Lounge comes by way of hallowed culinary god Guy Savoy, ...