16 "Bar Food" Restaurants in Las Vegas.
For a ton of TVs playing sports and way above average bar food, bring everyone to Born and Raised in southwest Vegas.
Dino's is your "last drink of the night" spot - it's a dive right by the Arts District with pool tables, shuffleboard, and karaoke.
Frankie’s Tiki Room is exactly what you’re picturing - but it’s a lot of fun and the tiki aspects feel nostalgic, plus it’s open 24 hours a day.
Stop at Khoury's on the way back from the Hoover Dam to either pick up a specialty wine or small-batch spirit - or sit for a glass while you shop.
This secret bar inside another bar - Commonwealth in the Fremont East District - is reservation-by-text-only and one of the cooler places you can go.
Unknown is the bar in the casino of the Palms, but it's way nicer than the casino bars you're used to.
Spend a good deal of time staring at the crazy amount of kitsch on the walls of this Arts District bar while drinking wine, beer, or a cocktail.
This creative cocktail bar in the Arts District has drinks with sundried tomatoes and olive oil, and a focus on local music and art.
Before you even check into the Cosmopolitan, head to Vesper Bar to get a well-made drink by some knowledgeable bartenders.
Part history lesson, part bar, Atomic Liquors on Fremont St. is Vegas’ oldest freestanding bar and great for a few draft beers.
Juniper in the Park MGM is big and a great spot for a couple drinks with coworkers after a long day.
One of the most high-end bars in Vegas, Mr. Coco has pricey but delicious cocktails and a menu of small bites.
Mike Morey’s Sip N Tip is a great, somewhat hidden beer bar downtown for a more casual nightcap.
Golden Tiki in Chinatown might look a bit kitschy, but it’s a way nicer tiki bar than you’ve ever been to - head here with friends.
Rosina in the Venetian is one of the classiest looking bars you’ll find in Vegas; come for a cocktail with someone you’d like to impress.