Atomic Liquors is Las Vegas’ oldest free-standing bar and used to host “Atomic Watch Parties” back when nuclear testing occurred only 60 miles outside of town. Now they serve “Atomic Cocktails” and a wide range of draft beers, and have walls covered with a ton of original 1950s signage. This is definitely the place to bring your history nerd friends and show them the glass-covered floor safe that’s been sealed in its original location near the back entrance of the bar. And if you get hungry, walk 30 feet to the Kitchen at Atomic and order some food.
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